Rubi launches products to simplify the handling and transport of large format tiles

Rubi launches products to simplify the handling and transport of large format tiles

November 2019

Rubi has significantly reinforced its large format tile range with the incorporation of the Slab table and the Slab trolley into its innovative Slab System range.

The Slab table (above) is a work bench used for cutting and handling tiles.  It has foldable legs equipped with a safety system to prevent accidental closure.  A notable feature is the connection system for joining two tables and forming a longer work surface that is ideal for large format slabs.  And, thanks to the Easy Fix joint system, assembly and disassembly is said to be very quick and easy.

The Slab table is totally compatible with the new Slab trolley.  The trolley extension aids loading/unloading onto the table. What’s more, the table is purpose-designed for positioning the tile with the Slab transporter trolley.

The Slab trolley is designed for transporting and handling large format tiles, especially thicker - and thus heavier - tiles.

Like the Slab table, the Slab trolley features the Easy Fix joint system, which facilitates quick and easy assembly and disassembly.

The Slab trolley is, above all, ultralight, and manageable.  Other features worth noting include the 360° swivel wheels with the Stop & Fix braking system.  This is used to lock all four wheels, preventing unintentional movement of the trolley during use.
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