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Old 12th March 2010, 04:34 PM   #1
RyanW is offline RyanW  Canada
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Default Acoustic wedge panels - Polyurethane

My company has recently dismantled a temporary broadcast center and it was loaded with brand new polyurethane acoustic wedge paels. We have salvaged approximately 1800 sheets of 2' x 4' x 2" panels.

Due to the bulky nature, shipping will be cumbersome and impractical. We are selling the material for 30% of original cost ($10/sheet) FOB Vancouver, BC.

I would prefer to work with quantities of 100 panels or more. If there is someone local that would like to set up a groupbuy/international distribution, please let me know. A few of the guys in my office have HT rooms that could use expert advice, others could use a nice pair of speakers. We are open to horse-trading, etc...
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Old 12th March 2010, 04:44 PM   #2
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My company has recently dismantled a temporary broadcast center and it was loaded with brand new polyurethane acoustic wedge paels. We have salvaged approximately 1800 sheets of 2' x 4' x 2" panels.

Due to the bulky nature, shipping will be cumbersome and impractical. We are selling the material for 30% of original cost ($10/sheet) FOB Vancouver, BC.

I would prefer to work with quantities of 100 panels or more. If there is someone local that would like to set up a groupbuy/international distribution, please let me know. A few of the guys in my office have HT rooms that could use expert advice, others could use a nice pair of speakers. We are open to horse-trading, etc...
Shipping doesn't have to be as difficult as all that. You simply need to compress them into a wrapping. They can usually be "rolled up" or inserted into bags with air-evacuation methods ("Space Bag" method). Polyethylene shipping wrap is sufficient to keep them compressed if you wish to simply use pressure to evacuate the air.
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