Innovative venting channels make lifting out liners up to 50% easier, improving productivity and reducing the risk of injury.
The Rubbermaid Commercial vented BRUTE® container has innovative venting channels make lifting out liners up to 50% easier, improving productivity and reducing the risk of injury. The proprietary design constructed with the highest quality material plus a UV inhibitor ensures long life in even the most extreme commercial environments. Guaranteed to never fade, warp, crack, or crush.
Features and Benefits:
Removing liners is now 50% easier.
Secure liners for efficient knot-free liner changes.
Helps make cleaning easier. NSF 2 & 21 Compliant.
Improve grip, reduce strain and improve efficiency.
Proprietary design plus a UV inhibitor ensures long life.
Integrated rib structure increases strength and resists crushing.
Makes lifting easier, resists tearing and damage.
Built to withstand rough surfaces for extended life.
|Product Length||24.00 in||60.96 cm|
|Product Width||24.00 in||60.96 cm|
|Product Height||31.50 in||80.01 cm|
|Product Weight||52.30 lb||23.72 kg|
|Case Pack Length||28.03 in||71.20 cm|
|Case Pack Width||24.09 in||61.20 cm|
|Case Pack Height||56.30 in||143.00 cm|
|Case Pack Weight||47.84 lb||21.70 kg|
|Case Pack Quantity||4|
|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||12.38 lb||5.61 kg|
|Country of Origin||USA|
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