The Rubbermaid Commercial Weather Urn for Aspen and Dimension Series Receptacles is designed to withstand heavy, constant use and endure severe weather conditions.
The Rubbermaid Commercial Weather Urn for Aspen and Dimension Series Receptacles is ideal for placing in lobbies and hallways. The hinged-top cigarette disposal bin conceals smokers waste, shields contents from weather, and removes for ease of maintenance. These ash trays are designed to withstand heavy, constant use and endure severe weather conditions. The cigarette bins fit the Aspen Series and Dimension Series (R40, R41).
Features and Benefits:
|Case Pack Length||17.00 in||43.18 cm|
|Case Pack Width||16.00 in||40.64 cm|
|Case Pack Height||11.00 in||27.94 cm|
|Case Pack Weight||10.00 lb||4.54 kg|
|Case Pack Quantity||1|
|Country of Origin||China|
Regent Ash/Trash - Spec Sheet
3-Year Limited Warranty
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