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Contemporary FalcoZan-180 Cycle Shelter for Reading University!

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This is the stunning new cycle shelter facility recently designed, supplied and installed by Falco at Mansfield House, Reading University. The cycle shelter forms part of the universities external storage refurbishment programme which also included a series of FalcoLok-300 and FalcoLok-500 bin stores. The recently opened shelter, equipped with surface-fixed Sheffield stands, now provides students with a dedicated  cycle parking facility with room to accommodate up to 40 bikes!

FalcoZan Shelters and Stores

The FalcoZan range is a neat and simple design of open shelter - ideal for any application. Available in both single and double sided versions, the FalcoZan is a vandal resistant steel cycle shelter or store with optional side cladding in hardwood slats, corrugated aluzinc sheets or other finishes on application.

The standard 4m wide shelter has a steel fascia integral to the roof section which also has a rainwater collection/outlet.

FalcoZan-180 Cycle Shelter

The FalcoZan-180 is the single sided version of the product range. A base module is 3,980mm wide x 2,495mm deep, with a free head height of 2,100mm. The base module can be added - to create a cycle shelter as wide as required, by using standard ‘add-on’ units.

The steelwork and roof are hot dip galvanised as standard with an option to polyester powder coat on top of this substrate if required.

For more information about any of the FalcoZan-180 shelter or any other product from our canopy and shelter collection, please contact our helpful sales team on (01538) 380080.


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