Outrigger pads - How to place an order

Please note:
·       All correspondence takes place in English
·       All prices are stated in Swedish kronor (SEK)
·       Our payment terms are payment in advance prior to delivery
·       All outrigger pads are sent with DB Schenker as the shipping company
How to order:
Send an email to info@virecplattan.se with details of the outrigger pads you wish to order.
Please include the following information in your email:
Company/business name
Corporate ID number/organisation number
Delivery address
Billing address
The item number for the outrigger pads you wish to order
The number (quantity) of outrigger pads you wish to order
Email address
Phone number
Name of the person placing the order
We will then reply with a price confirmation for your order as well as the freight cost. We will also inform you of the delivery lead time and whether we have the desired quantity of outrigger pads in stock.
If you accept our offer (including the freight cost), please send us a confirmation via email.
When we have received your confirmation, we will send you an invoice via email.
When we have received payment of your invoice, the outrigger pads will be shipped, either on a pallet or as a package.
All goods are sent with DB Schenker and all shipments can be tracked via a link that you receive via email.


How much weight can the outrigger pads support?
It is not possible to provide an exact answer to this question. The maximum supportable weight depends on the pressure point from above and the nature of the surface. Please follow the recommendations provided for each product.
What material are the outrigger pads made from?
The material in the outrigger pads is HDPE or LDPE. The colour of the material is mixed/multicoloured, which means that colour variations may occur.
What is the difference between LDPE and HDPE (Basic vs Premium)?
LDPE is softer and has a certain amount of pliability against the contours of the surface. It scratches more easily but is considerably cheaper. HDPE (which is the most common material used for outrigger pads) is harder, heavier and more rigid.
HDPE - High-density polyethylene
LDPE - Low-density polyethylene