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An intermediate post ideal for large loads, specially designed to make for easy installation in any type of terrain, with external tabs that facilitate changing the height of the wires. The greater width of this post compared to the MG 34L allows for more space between the moveable wires and a less canopy density, thus allowing more air movement and better spray penetration. Good for varieties more prone to fungal attack and for vigorous varieties.

  • Steel quality and coating: S250GD + Z275
  • Dimensions: height: 37mm / width: 48mm.
  • Thicknesses: 1.5mm and 1.8mm.
  • Length: 2.4 meters. Other lengths available upon request.
  • Distance between holes: 100mm.
  • Standard packaging: 200 units with nylon strap and slings.
  • Manufacturing standards: 10143: 2007 and 10346: 2015.

Magon MG37L Intermediate Post – External Hook

£8.97

Excl. VAT

Quantity Discount (%) Price per unit
1 - 49 £8.97
50 - 199 3.34 % £8.67
200 - 999 6.69 % £8.37
1,000 - 1,999 10.03 % £8.07
2,000 - 4,999 13.38 % £7.77
5,000 - 7,499 16.72 % £7.47
7,500 - 14,999 20.07 % £7.17
15,000+ 23.41 % £6.87

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Item description:

An intermediate post ideal for large loads, specially designed to make for easy installation in any type of terrain, with external tabs that facilitate changing the height of the wires. The greater width of this post compared to the MG 34L allows for more space between the moveable wires and a less canopy density, thus allowing more air movement and better spray penetration. Good for varieties more prone to fungal attack and for vigorous varieties.

  • Steel quality and coating: S250GD + Z275
  • Dimensions: height: 37mm / width: 48mm.
  • Thicknesses: 1.5mm and 1.8mm.
  • Length: 2.4 meters. Other lengths available upon request.
  • Distance between holes: 100mm.
  • Standard packaging: 200 units with nylon strap and slings.
  • Manufacturing standards: 10143: 2007 and 10346: 2015.