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Sealey CPS01 Car Port Shelter 3 x 5.2 x 2.4m

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Sealey CPS01 Car Port Shelter 3 x 5.2 x 2.4m

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SKU: CPS01

Part Number: CPS01
Barcode: 5051747978591
Catalogue Page: #1175
Weight: 57.12kg

RRP: £329.95 (ex VAT)

RRP: £395.94 (inc VAT)

Special Offer Price: £271.06 (ex VAT)

Special Offer Price: £325.27 (inc VAT)

You Save: £58.89 (ex VAT)

You Save: £70.67 (inc VAT)

3 x 5.2 x 2.4m Instant Car Port Shelter

Description


• Allows for extra space quickly when required, a garage for cars, storage for boats, materials and machinery.
• Constructed of a Thermoset powder coated finished steel frame work, which is strong and rust resistant.
• With a heavy-duty tarpaulin made of a PE (polyethylene) material of a 3-layer construction with rip-stop to help prevent tears. UV resistant and offers long-life and good protection to stored items.
• Included stake pegs secure the shelter, a dirt skirt on both sides further protect against crosswinds.
• A wide opening double zip door, which can be rolled up out of the way, provides easy-access.

Features

  • Model No CPS01
  • Brand: Sealey
  • Door Size: 2300 tapering to 1750 x 1850mm
  • Material: Tarpaulin - 150gsm
  • Nett Weight: 54.40kg
  • Overall Size (W x D x H): 3 x 5.2 x 2.4m
  • Specification

    Allows for temporary or permanent storage of small cars, boats, materials and machinery. Manufactured from a strong, rust resistant thermoset powder coated steel frame and 3-layer heavy-duty polyethylene tarpaulin cover, with rip-stop to help prevent tears. Includes stake pegs to secure unit and side skirting to protect against crosswinds. Features a wide opening double zip door which can be rolled up to provide easy-access. Cover is UV resistant for long-life and gives protection for stored items.

    Workshopping Says...

    7 This is a temporary structure and is not recommended as a permanent structure.
    3 Choose your shelter’s location carefully. Check for overhead utility lines, branches, etc. DO NOT install near roofs or other structures that
    may shed snow, ice or excessive run-off onto your shelter. Keep away from electrical wires!
    3 Have an overview of all parts before attempting installation. Make sure all components are available.
    7 DO NOT use this product in environments for which it is not intended (i.e. extreme cold, high winds, extreme heat, heavy rainfall, etc).
    3 Always wear safety glasses when assembling this product. Wear gloves when working with tubing to prevent cuts or abrasions.
     WARNING! Anchors must be used with alI shelters. Covers should NOT be installed untiI it has been properly anchored to the ground.
    3 Proper anchoring and keeping cover tight and free of snow and debris, is the responsibility of the consumer. Damages caused by improper
    anchoring are not covered under warranty.
     WARNING! Keep all flame and heat sources away from the shelter fabric. The fabric will burn if left in continuous contact with a flame
    source.
    7 DO NOT use open flames or cooking or heating devices inside or in close proximity to the product, including all types of stoves, gas
    heaters, gas lanterns, citronella torches, mosquito coils, etc.
     WARNING! In order to reduce risk of burning and avoid damage, DO NOT:
    - cook, smoke, refuel or use any open flame devices in or around the shelter.
    - store flammable liquids (gasoline, kerosene, propane, etc.) in the shelter.
    - operate gas powered equipment in or around the shelter.
    3 Keep open flames a safe distance away from the shelter.
    7 DO NOT use hard-edged tools or instruments, such as rakes or shovels, to remove snow. These can cause punctures to the cover.
    7 NEVER start the engine of any vehicle or machine inside a closed shelter. Ensure that there is adequate ventilation for starting engines
    and for any work with paints, cleaners, etc.
    7 DO NOT use bleach, alkaline or harsh detergents for cleaning. Doing so will damage the polycarbonate material. Soap and warm water
    are recommended.
    3 This temporary shelter is intended to offer protection from damages caused by the sun, light rain, light snow, tree sap, bird and animal
    excrements. DO NOT use it to shield goods from high winds, heavy snow or ice storms. Only use it for its intended use.

    Benefits of workshopping

    Workshopping Says...

    7 This is a temporary structure and is not recommended as a permanent structure.
    3 Choose your shelter’s location carefully. Check for overhead utility lines, branches, etc. DO NOT install near roofs or other structures that
    may shed snow, ice or excessive run-off onto your shelter. Keep away from electrical wires!
    3 Have an overview of all parts before attempting installation. Make sure all components are available.
    7 DO NOT use this product in environments for which it is not intended (i.e. extreme cold, high winds, extreme heat, heavy rainfall, etc).
    3 Always wear safety glasses when assembling this product. Wear gloves when working with tubing to prevent cuts or abrasions.
     WARNING! Anchors must be used with alI shelters. Covers should NOT be installed untiI it has been properly anchored to the ground.
    3 Proper anchoring and keeping cover tight and free of snow and debris, is the responsibility of the consumer. Damages caused by improper
    anchoring are not covered under warranty.
     WARNING! Keep all flame and heat sources away from the shelter fabric. The fabric will burn if left in continuous contact with a flame
    source.
    7 DO NOT use open flames or cooking or heating devices inside or in close proximity to the product, including all types of stoves, gas
    heaters, gas lanterns, citronella torches, mosquito coils, etc.
     WARNING! In order to reduce risk of burning and avoid damage, DO NOT:
    - cook, smoke, refuel or use any open flame devices in or around the shelter.
    - store flammable liquids (gasoline, kerosene, propane, etc.) in the shelter.
    - operate gas powered equipment in or around the shelter.
    3 Keep open flames a safe distance away from the shelter.
    7 DO NOT use hard-edged tools or instruments, such as rakes or shovels, to remove snow. These can cause punctures to the cover.
    7 NEVER start the engine of any vehicle or machine inside a closed shelter. Ensure that there is adequate ventilation for starting engines
    and for any work with paints, cleaners, etc.
    7 DO NOT use bleach, alkaline or harsh detergents for cleaning. Doing so will damage the polycarbonate material. Soap and warm water
    are recommended.
    3 This temporary shelter is intended to offer protection from damages caused by the sun, light rain, light snow, tree sap, bird and animal
    excrements. DO NOT use it to shield goods from high winds, heavy snow or ice storms. Only use it for its intended use.

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