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Rubber Tread Round Disc Pattern 42"W Light Gray - Pkg Qty 3

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Rubber Tread Round Disc Pattern 42"W Light Gray - Pkg Qty 3

Item #: WB238110LG

Sold By: globalindustrial.com

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$49.95 each

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Price: $149.85

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Disc (Coin) Tread Rubber Stair Treads
These industrial duty coin textured rubber stair treads provide traction and protect stairs from heavy traffic. Meets Federal Spec. RR-T-650E and GSA-FSS standard ZZ-T-001237. Each tread has is 12-1/2"D with 6"D tread area. 1-1/2" nose/riser coverage. 1/4" thick. The low profile disc (coin) tread pattern makes cleaning easier. Matches the coin textured rubber flooring tiles and coved riser covers sold separately.

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    • HEIGHT INCHES1/2
    • COLOR FINISHLight Gray
    • THICKNESS INCHES1/4
    • MODEL238110LG
    • ASSEMBLYAssembled
    • WIDTH INCHES42
    • TYPENon-Adjustable
    • SURFACERound Disc
    • DEPTH INCHES12-1/2
    • CONSTRUCTIONRubber
    • PACKAGE QUANTITY1
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Can you install over galvenized steps? Also how does this material hold up to chemicals? They would be installed on a stair way to a pool slide, so they would be introduced to a lot of chlorine.

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