Kieth Manufacturing Pressure Seal PS+ floor slat

Trailers | January 25, 2012

The Keith Manufacturing Pressure Seal PS+ Series floor slat is made to keep materials from sifting through the bottom of a moving trailer and is designed specifically for transporting agricultural products. The flooring features a full-length, integrated hold-down system that eliminates the need for T-blocks. When a load is placed on the trailer floor, the pressure from the cargo creates a seal between the slat and bearing strips.

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