The Dimension Series decorative outdoor waste container's perforated steel panels create an upscale, dimensional look that complements contemporary outdoor enviornments.
The Dimension Series decorative outdoor waste container is made from heavy-gauge, fire-safe steel designed to stand up to heavy use and harsh weather conditions, providing years of reliable outdoor service. The durable, heat-resistant powder coat finish protects the trash receptacle against fading from UV rays, corrosion, impact, and abrasion. The hinged lid style enables easy waste removal. Adjustable leg levelers create stability on uneven surfaces, giving you the ability to position containers in optimal areas despite the terrain. A leak-proof rigid plastic liner is included. No assembly is required, making set-up fast and easy.
Features and Benefits:
|Product Length||21.00 in||53.34 cm|
|Product Width||21.00 in||53.34 cm|
|Product Height||40.00 in||101.60 cm|
|Product Weight||90.00 lb||40.82 kg|
|Case Pack Length||22.50 in||57.15 cm|
|Case Pack Width||22.50 in||57.15 cm|
|Case Pack Height||41.50 in||105.41 cm|
|Case Pack Quantity||1|
|Packaging Length||21.00 in||53.34 cm|
|Packaging Width||21.00 in||53.34 cm|
|Packaging Height||40.00 in||101.60 cm|
|Packaging Weight||90.00 lb||40.82 kg|
|Color||Black With Anthracite Metallic Perforated Panels|
|Country of Origin||China|
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