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Material ---- The garden pile connecting pipe is made of high-quality PP plastic, which is strong and durable and can be reused for a long time.
Size ----The inner diameter of the plastic connection joint is 8mm, 11mm, 16mm, 20mm. Please pay attention to the connecting rod size of your plant climbing frame and greenhouse support.
Simple installation ---- Our joints are easy to install, just insert the two connecting rods into both ends separately.
Easy to use ---- When plants grow, the existing space cannot meet the needs of plant growth. You can expand the space by connecting pipe joints to plant piles.
Application ---- Used to fix garden frame poles, greenhouse film supports, sunshade connectors, climbing vines, etc.
Features 1. Easy to use and install. 2. Made of PP plastic, strong and durable. 3. Suitable for wooden piles with diameters of 8mm, 11mm, 16mm and 20mm 4. The sturdy structure is very suitable for your tomatoes and other climbing vegetables and fruits. 5. Suitable for orchards, gardens, gardens and other places, convenient and easy to use.
Specifications MatterialÃ¯Â¼Å¡PP SizeÃ¯Â¼Å¡Inner Dia 8mm, 11mm, 16mm, 20mm Color: Green Use: Fixed garden frame rod, fixed greenhouse film bracket, sun screen rod connector, climbing pergola
Package Include 36 x Connectors
Note: -The product dimension drawing is manually measured, there may be an error of 1-2 mm. -Due to differences in computer monitors, color differences may occur, and the picture may not reflect the actual color of the item. Please understand that!
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