Ex-Cell Kaiser Ex Cell Kaiser ECH HHX TR SS/BL Echelon Half Hex Collection Indoor Receptacle P8182855 http://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/EXC/EXC-ECH-HHX-TR-SS-BL.jpg Ex Cell Kaiser ECH HHX TR SS/BL Echelon Half Hex Collection Indoor Receptacle 8182855 101.00lbs 18.00 31.00 34.25
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Ex-Cell Kaiser ECH-HHX TR SS/BL Echelon Half-Hex Collection Indoor Receptacle, Price/EA

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Manufacturer Part Number: ECH-HHX TR SS/BL

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  • 1 rigid plastic liner with ample 32-gallon capacity
  • Features a stainless steel body with black anodized trim
  • Unique design features multiple 52° and 38° angles
  • Locking side door access for easy serviceability
  • High end color aluminum graphics kit includes designations for: Cans/Bottles, Compost, Landfill, Paper, Plastic, Recyclables and Trash
  • 1 Trash opening
  • All waste stream openings are finished in a fingerprint proof, black texture EXL-Coat™ Powder coat finish
  • Adjustable feet to protect floor surfaces and keep unit slightly elevated to allow for air circulation and prevent mold/mildew growth and "mop around" rings
  • The liner base resin meets UL94 Flammability Standard
  • ADA compliant
  • Made in the USA
  •   Specification Sheet - Click here to view PDF 
  • Unit Dimensions: 31" L x 18" W x 34.25"
  • Carton Dimensions: Ships on Pallet
  • Shipping Weight: 101 lbs

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