The Half Rounds Series indoor decorative waste container fits flush against walls to conserve space and reduce obstructions in high-traffic areas. The sleek and functional design of this receptacle blends seamlessly with upscale and modern indoor facilities.
The Half Round 9 Gallon FGSO8 Indoor Waste Container is made from heavy-gauge, fire-safe steel in a half-round design that fits flush against walls to conserve space. The sleek and functional design of this receptacle blends nicely with upscale interiors. A protective vinyl trim is applied on the disposal opening to help withstand the rigors of everyday use. The bottom rim protects floors and no assembly is required for the waste receptacle, making set-up fast and easy.
In partnership with SpecialMade Goods and Services®, you can leverage tailored dielines designed for a perfect fit with RCP containers to meet your facility's recycling, branding or other custom graphic needs. Choose between standard or custom labels.
|Product Length||9.00 in||22.86 cm|
|Product Width||18.00 in||45.72 cm|
|Product Height||32.00 in||81.28 cm|
|Product Weight||0.74 lb||0.33 kg|
|Case Pack Length||20.50 in||52.07 cm|
|Case Pack Width||11.50 in||29.21 cm|
|Case Pack Height||34.75 in||88.27 cm|
|Case Pack Weight||25.00 lb||11.34 kg|
|Case Pack Quantity||1|
|Packaging Length||9.00 in||22.86 cm|
|Packaging Width||18.00 in||45.72 cm|
|Packaging Height||32.00 in||81.28 cm|
|Packaging Weight||26.00 lb||11.79 kg|
|Country of Origin||China|
(Old) Decorative Refuse - Catalog
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