BRUTE® Anchor Concrete Kit

SKU: 1997803

The BRUTE® Anchor secures BRUTE containers to concrete surfaces for a lifetime of use. The structural foam base fits any 20, 32, 44, and 55-gallon BRUTE container and is guaranteed to never fade, rust, chip, dent or peel.

  • Secure once for a lifetime of use.
  • Standard twist lock base accommodates any 20, 32, 44, or 55-gallon BRUTE container.
  • Structural foam base plus rust and corrosion resistant steel hardware secure the base to any concrete surface.
  • Heavy-duty structural foam base is guaranteed to never fade, rust, chip, dent, or peel.

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The BRUTE® Anchor secures BRUTE containers to concrete surfaces for a lifetime of use. The structural foam base fits any 20, 32, 44, and 55-gallon BRUTE container and is guaranteed to never fade, rust, chip, dent or peel.

Features and Benefits:

  • Secure once for a lifetime of use.
  • Standard twist lock base accommodates any 20, 32, 44, or 55-gallon BRUTE container.
  • Structural foam base plus rust and corrosion resistant steel hardware secure the base to any concrete surface.
  • Heavy-duty structural foam base is guaranteed to never fade, rust, chip, dent, or peel.

specifications

U.S.Metric
Product Height2.79 in
Product Weight2.93 lb
Upc00086876238167
Case Pack Length18.27 in464.01 cm
Case Pack Width2.87 in73.00 cm
Case Pack Height17.99 in457.00 cm
Case Pack Weight4.00 lb1.81 kg
Case Pack Quantity1
Ucc00086876238167
Packaging Length20.13 in
Packaging Width20.13 in
Packaging Height6.25 in
Packaging Weight2.93 lb
Material TypeResin
Country of OriginChina

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