The Rubbermaid Commercial Impressions™ Step-On Container features a slim profile and small footprint to fit in tightest spaces. Impressions™ Step-On containers are constructed with premium-quality materials and meet the needs of any environment with efficiency, safety, and durability.
The Rubbermaid Commercial Impressions™ Front Step-On Container has a small footprint and offers increased pedal clearance for easy foot access and hands-free waste disposal. A tight-fitting lid has a controlled close to reduce noise and an internal hinge design to prevent wall damage. Offering easy maintenance, this step-on container features a liner retainer band to securely hold liner bags.
Features and Benefits:
Maximize space to fit in tightest spaces
Prevents wall damage
Easy to maintain for enhanced aesthetics
SAFETY AND WELL-BEING
Minimizes noise for guests and patient satisfaction
Ensures fire safety for regulatory compliance.
For worker and environmental safety
Smooth surfaces and contoured edges are easy to clean
Simplifies sorting, making recycling quick and easy
For easier access and operation
|Product Length||21.79 in||55.35 cm|
|Product Width||16.24 in||41.25 cm|
|Product Height||31.83 in||80.85 cm|
|Product Weight||24.00 lb||10.89 kg|
|Case Pack Length||24.00 in||60.96 cm|
|Case Pack Width||19.00 in||48.26 cm|
|Case Pack Height||35.00 in||88.90 cm|
|Case Pack Weight||35.00 lb||15.88 kg|
|Case Pack Quantity||1|
|Packaging Length||20.13 in||51.12 cm|
|Packaging Width||20.13 in||51.12 cm|
|Packaging Height||6.25 in||15.88 cm|
|Packaging Weight||24.00 lb||10.89 kg|
|Country of Origin||China|
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