Fortiflex Salt Block Pan Black

$9.49
Regularly: $10.54
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Fortiflex Salt Block Pan Black

$9.49

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Product Summary:

 
Fortiflex® Salt Block Pan
 
Made with Fortalloy rubber-polyethylene blend for exceptional strength and toughness even at low temperatures. 
 
Features:
  • Designed to hold and protect mineral salt block for maximum durability
  • Radial ribs in the center of this durable holder keep your large blocks off the bottom and dry
  • Designed to hold up to a 50 lb salt block. 
  • 8 large diameter holes for optimal drainage preventing accelerator dissoultion of salt block
  • Four hands grips for easy handling
  • Salt block NOT included

Product Reviews by Customers

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Love this for his food!
Works great He toss his bowl and this is heavy enough to keep all the feed in place. Love it!
July 28, 2016
Nice well made salt block holder
this product is durable and easily cleaned, keeps 50 lbs salt block off the ground so out of the dirt. Also has drainage holes to save the salt block if outside.
October 31, 2014
Good product for the price
I have used these for about 5 years now, and have added a few more. I have only had to replace 1 in that amount of time due to breakage.
March 25, 2014
Clean
I like this salt block holder so the salt block does not get so dirty. Also, it stay in one spot now.
August 30, 2013
This answered my salt block location problem!
I am very impressed with the Fortiflex salt block holder. It is heavy and likely to be durable. And it is a 200% improvement over the concrete blocks I've been using. I hope the blocks will stay a bit cleaner since this box looks like the horses can't upend it!
July 10, 2013
A Great Design
Have used this pan for years and it has never chipped or cracked through all kinds of weather and has been stepped on by more than one horse. It drains well and I would recommend this to anyone that uses mineral or salt blocks outside.
December 30, 2011
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Diane P on Jun 5, 2017
love these.
CHERYL S on Sep 22, 2015
I needed one
Diane P on Jun 5, 2017
Very sturdy helps blocks last longer and out of the dirt!
ELISHA M on Apr 25, 2016
love these.
CHERYL S on Sep 22, 2015
Helps to keep salt clean and has a drain in the bottom so the water does not just sit there in there salt and make it mold
teresa on Nov 29, 2014
This pan works great in keeping the 50lb salt blocks up off the ground out of mud or water. The holes in the bottom allow water to run out so the salt block doesn't melt away.
KAREN H on Oct 24, 2014
disintegrate salt if in tub or sand it goes to waste
Laurie Z on Jun 29, 2014
keeps your salt block from washing away in the rain and doesn't get muddy.
NANCY M on Mar 30, 2014
I wanted to keep the salt block off of the ground
PAM H on Mar 2, 2014
Help keep salt from melting into the ground.
Douglas S on Feb 28, 2014
needed a block holder for my salt block.
SUE W on Feb 28, 2014
Very sturdy helps blocks last longer and out of the dirt!
ELISHA M on Apr 25, 2016
Helps to keep salt clean and has a drain in the bottom so the water does not just sit there in there salt and make it mold
teresa on Nov 29, 2014