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Rover


The Gratnells Rover with its elegant and minimalist design is easy to use yet designed to operate easily on rough terrain and can even manage heavy loads up and do wn stairs. The runner system can accommodate a variety of Gratnells trays meeting many storage needs.


The Gratnells Rov rain and can ev y loads up and down stairs The


Trays are secured into place with a handy strap to ensure no accidents on your journey around school. Special inserts for added protec tion are available for the trays, as are lids t o protect cont ents while in transit.


ney The Gratnells Rover is also compa he Gr tnells Ro ompatible with the Grp tible with the Gratnells PowerTray2 and SmartCase .


Features: Features: Sold in a var


Sold in a variety of tray configurations adapting to suit your storage needs


Hard wearing, all-terrain, rubber wheels


Allows objec


Allows objects to be mov easily between buildings


Strap allows tra


Strap allows trays to be secured in place for transportation


Able to hold up to three extra deep trays


Ergonomic tubular steel framew


framework with loop handle Maximum tray load - 10kg


Total maximum load - 25kg Optional lid and inserts


available for purchase. Dimensions: 1170(H) x 760(D) x 560mm (W)


T: 01279 401550 E: inffo , 8 Ho war


o@gratnells.co.uk W: www.granells.com Gratnells, 8 Howard Way, Harlow, Essex, CM20 2SUwlow, o be moved


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