Landmark Series® Aggregate Panel Stone

SKU: FG400200ROCK

Decorative stone panel option for the Landmark Series® refuse collection. Can be used for both indoor and outdoor areas, including building entrances, lobbies and malls

  • Ideal for indoors or outdoors

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Decorative stone panel option for the Landmark Series® refuse collection. Can be used for both indoor and outdoor areas, including building entrances, lobbies and malls

Features and Benefits:

  • Ideal for indoors or outdoors

specifications

U.S.Metric
Product Length70.86 cm
Product Packaging Width39.88 cm
Product Packaging Height0.95 cm
Product Packaging Weightn/a157.60 kg
Upc00086876039436
Case Pack Length29.75 in75.56 cm
Case Pack Width17.63 in44.78 cm
Case Pack Height2.50 in6.35 cm
Case Pack Weight39.40 lb630.40 kg
Ucc10086876039433
Case Pack Quantity4
Capacity20.00 gal
ColorRiver Rock
Country of OriginChina

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