Surge Protected Power Strip Kit with 10 Foot Cord, 3 Outlet

SKU: FG459000BLA

The Rubbermaid Commercial Power Strip Kit adds a handy power source for electric equipment to utility carts. Accessory increases the function of your Rubbermaid utility and service carts. Surge-protected power strip has 3 outlets, and a 10-foot power cord.

  • Accessory for Rubbermaid utility and service carts
  • Power source for electric equipment
  • 3-outlets
  • Surge-protected
  • 10-foot power cord

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The Rubbermaid Commercial Power Strip Kit adds a handy power source for electric equipment to utility carts. Accessory increases the function of your Rubbermaid utility and service carts. Surge-protected power strip has 3 outlets, and a 10-foot power cord.

Features and Benefits:

  • Accessory for Rubbermaid utility and service carts
  • Power source for electric equipment
  • 3-outlets
  • Surge-protected
  • 10-foot power cord

specifications

U.S.Metric
Product Length13.80 in5.33 cm
Product Width6.30 in34.04 cm
Product Height4.90 in6.10 cm
Product Weight5.40 lb36.00 kg
Upc00086876169386
Case Pack Length13.75 in34.93 cm
Case Pack Width6.25 in15.88 cm
Case Pack Height4.88 in12.38 cm
Case Pack Weight2.25 lb1.02 kg
Case Pack Quantity1
Ucc00086876169386
Packaging Length2.10 in5.33 cm
Packaging Width13.40 in34.04 cm
Packaging Height2.40 in6.10 cm
Packaging Weight2.25 lb36.00 kg
ColorBlack
Material TypeVarious
Country of OriginUSA

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California Prop 65

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UL Listed

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