Slim Jim® Resin Trainable Dolly

SKU: 1980602

The Rubbermaid Commercial Vented Slim Jim® Resin Dolly is designed to support and transport Vented Slim Jim® containers smoothly and efficiently through any commercial facility.

  • Features a side clip-on connection that allows you to train several dollies together for collection and transportation purposes.
  • Foot pedal release makes disconnecting dollies quick and easy.
  • Structural foam construction ensures maximum durability in commercial environments.
  • Fits both 16- and 23-gallon Slim Jim® containers.

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The Rubbermaid Commercial Vented Slim Jim® Resin Dolly is designed to support and transport Vented Slim Jim® containers smoothly and efficiently through any commercial facility.

Features and Benefits:

  • Features a side clip-on connection that allows you to train several dollies together for collection and transportation purposes.
  • Foot pedal release makes disconnecting dollies quick and easy.
  • Structural foam construction ensures maximum durability in commercial environments.
  • Fits both 16- and 23-gallon Slim Jim® containers.

specifications

U.S.Metric
Product Packaging Length20.13 in
Product Packaging Width20.13 in
Product Packaging Height6.25 in
Product Packaging Weight0.00 lb
Upc00086876231984
Case Pack Length23.88 in60.64 cm
Case Pack Width14.75 in37.47 cm
Case Pack Height16.88 in42.86 cm
Case Pack Weight11.82 lb5.36 kg
Ucc00086876231984
Case Pack Quantity2
ColorBlack
Material TypeResin
Country of OriginUSA

Documents

Trainable Dollies - Slim Jim Containers - Spec Sheet


Certifications & Regulatory Information


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