Engineered to close without a sound, the Silent Defenders® 25 Gallon FGQST40SW Square Indoor Step-On Container with Wheels is perfect for hospitals, doctor’s offices and other healthcare facilities.
The Defenders® 25 Gallon FGST40 Square Indoor Step-On Container is an ideal waste container for hospitals, doctor’s offices and other healthcare facilities. This fire-safe steel receptacle is FM-Certified and complies with OSHA standards for containment of infectious waste. The smooth surfaces enable easy cleaning and the step-on foot pedal enables hands free operation, optimizing sanitary efforts. The lid has a restraint mechanism to protect walls from scuffs, as well as a vinyl base ring to protect floors.
Features and Benefits:
|Product Length||19.00 in||48.26 cm|
|Product Width||19.00 in||48.26 cm|
|Product Height||30.00 in||76.20 cm|
|Case Pack Length||24.00 in||60.96 cm|
|Case Pack Width||24.00 in||60.96 cm|
|Case Pack Height||33.00 in||83.82 cm|
|Case Pack Weight||50.00 lb||22.68 kg|
|Case Pack Quantity||1|
|Packaging Length||19.00 in||48.26 cm|
|Packaging Width||19.00 in||48.26 cm|
|Packaging Height||30.00 in||76.20 cm|
|Packaging Weight||51.00 lb||23.13 kg|
|Country of Origin||China|
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