TCell™ Refill Citrus

SKU: FG402113

The Rubbermaid Commercial TCell™ odor control system utilizes passive fuel cell technology to deliver precise, timed fragrance for up to 90 days of consistent odor control.

  • Up to 33% refill source reduction over traditional 30 day systems
  • Standard Setting: 60 days -- Standard Size Washroom: 3 to 4 stalls/fixtures
  • Light Setting: 90 days -- Smaller Size Washroom: 1 to 2 stalls/fixtures
  • Recyclable refill components

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The Rubbermaid Commercial TCell™ odor control system utilizes passive fuel cell technology to deliver precise, timed fragrance for up to 90 days of consistent odor control.

Features and Benefits:

  • Up to 33% refill source reduction over traditional 30 day systems
  • Standard Setting: 60 days -- Standard Size Washroom: 3 to 4 stalls/fixtures
  • Light Setting: 90 days -- Smaller Size Washroom: 1 to 2 stalls/fixtures
  • Recyclable refill components

specifications

U.S.Metric
Product Length5.72 cm
Product Width5.72 cm
Product Height11.43 cm
Product Weight1.53 lb
Upc00763905021135
Case Pack Length7.25 in18.42 cm
Case Pack Width4.75 in12.07 cm
Case Pack Height5.25 in13.34 cm
Case Pack Weight1.60 lb0.73 kg
Case Pack Quantity6
Ucc10763905021132
Packaging Length38018.00 in5.72 cm
Packaging Width38018.00 in5.72 cm
Packaging Height37347.00 in11.43 cm
Material TypeFragrance
Country of OriginMalaysia

Documents

TCell Refill Insert- Instructions

TCELL CITRUS FG402113 SDS

Washroom Selection Guide


Certifications & Regulatory Information


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