The newest member of the Proslat family promises over 2 x the strength of regular slatwall. The key to this panel is its aluminum core. This patent pending design uses PVC only as an aesthetic finish and relies on the aluminum to do the heavy lifting. It is not a replacement for the original Proslat PVC panel, but rather an enhancement to the category.
The PROCORE panel will satisfy the needs of customers with 24 inch stud centers while maximizing load strength. Proslat's original panel designed for 16 inch studs is still a great option for many homeowners, its strength is still your best bet economically (holds up to 75 lb per linear foot), however more new builds today are designed with 24 inch studs.
- 10 x PVC Panels with the Aluminum core strip (8 ft. x 4 ft. / 32 sq. ft)
- 1 x Starter Trim
- 2 x 49 in. Side trim
- 1 x Top trim
- Hardware and instructions
- 8 ft. x 4 ft. (32 sq. ft.) includes all required trims and hardware for installation
- Holds up to 150 lb. (68 kg) per square foot
- Can be installed over 24 inch stud width
- Interlocking panels
- Installed directly to studs or over drywall into studs
- Easy to clean wipe with damp cloth or if you installed an entire wall, simply hose it down
- Can run wires behind the panels to give a clean look
- Panels are 2 mm thick
- Impact resistant
- Lifetime warranty
Installed dimensions : 8 ft. long by 4 ft. high
Total coverage: 32 sq.ft. (3 sq. m.)
Purchased the Procore to replace a cheaper version of a slat wall that I got from a big box store. This product is much higher quality and stronger. Very happy with the purchase.
Some of the order came and is damaged. The rest of the order hasn’t arrived.
Have been dealing with rep to try and resolve. The website is great but once The order shipped fastfrate was vague on delivery date and time.
Thank you for your review. I am sorry to hear about your less than perfect experience with Proslat and our shipping partners. Your order shipped LTL due to its size and often times the ETAs can be slightly vague, apologies for the lack of information provided to you. I would like to discuss this with you further, look out for a follow-up email.