Ex-Cell Kaiser Ex Cell Kaiser RC 2234 2 COMBO SS Celebrity Collection Indoor Two Stream Receptacle P5781735 http://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/EXC/EXC-RC-2234-2-COMBO-SS.jpg Ex Cell Kaiser RC 2234 2 COMBO SS Celebrity Collection Indoor Two Stream Receptacle 5781735 71.00lbs 0.00 0.00 0.00
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Ex-Cell Kaiser RC-2234-2 COMBO SS Celebrity Collection Indoor Two-Stream Receptacle, Price/EA

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Manufacturer Part Number: RC-2234-2 COMBO SS

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  • Brushed Stainless Steel multi-stream indoor receptacle
  • Large 44 gallon capacity features two fire-safe 22 gallon LLDPE plastic black liners with lift holes
  • The liner base resin meets UL94 Flammability Standard
  • Lid with half-moon and co-mingle openings to separate recyclables and waste features silk screened graphics for "RECYCLABLES ONLY" and "WASTE ONLY"
  • Trash opening 16" x 6 ¾"
    Co-Mingle opening 12" x 2" with 5" dia circle
  • Lid secures to body with push button
  • Four heavy-duty feet keep the bottom of the unit slightly elevated to allow for air circulation
  • Custom colors and decal options available upon request
  • Contains over 60% of recycled material, 100% post-consumer recyclable
  • Made in the USA
  •   Specification Sheet - Click here to view PDF 
  • Unit Dimensions: 23" dia x 34.25" H

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