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Petcorp Single Glaze White Cat & Small Dog Door

Regular Price $76.99 Special Price $61.59

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SKU
I143617
Pet
Cat
Life Stage
Adult, Senior
Dc Door Type
Glass
Dc Housing Type
Doors & Gates
Description

This slim pet door has been designed specifically for single-glaze applications including sliding doors (ranch sliders or patio doors) and will fit hole sizes between 245- 267mm in diameter, allowing it to replace other brands within these hole size dimensions. Made from high impact polycarbonate, the flaps are virtually unbreakable and seal against draughts using a silicone coated brush weather seal. Available in white and transparent, both models blend in nicely with coloured surrounding joinery

- Generous flap size 185mm (7 1/4") x 205mm (8")

- Fits glass panels 3 - 10mm (1/8" - 3/8")

- Virtually unbreakable Polycarbonate flaps

- Available in both white and clear

- 4 x way locking

- Brush weather seal to reduce draughts

- Self lining design

- Self closing magnetic locating flap

- Low maintenance, simple to clean

- Suits all breeds of cats and small dogs

- 3 yrs warranty against faulty manufacture

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