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STEIN RC2001 Released for sale

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The NEW compact RC2001 fixed bollard system combines the strength of the already proven RC2000 lowering device with the static fixing of the larger RC3001 device. The STEIN fixed bollard systems have all proven very popular with the international Arborist community. With a 2000kg WLL this compact bollard will be hard to beat. Supplied as standard with rubber preservation mounts allowing the RC2001 to be fitted where work requires tree conservation.

 

On site one person can quickly fit the RC2001 in under 4-minutes. The new bollard offers a brilliant weight to strength ratio, weighing in at under 6.0kg making it light enough to carry one handed. The bollard drum has been calculated to work in conjunction with ropes of up to 16mm in diameter.

 

Full specification available on the website: Fletcher Stewart

 

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i4A_1Ecj-hY&hd=1]STEIN RC2001 Launch - YouTube[/ame]

 

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SVhYQJXyzj4&hd=1]STEIN RC2001 Mounting - YouTube[/ame]

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