The CrackleClean™ Drip Tray is compatible with the 15.8 oz and 7.1 oz CrackleClean™ Sanitizer Dispensers. It works as a simple solution that can help improve your facility's safety and image.
The CrackleClean™ Drip Tray is compatible with the 15.8 oz and 7.1 oz CrackleClean™ Sanitizer Dispensers. It helps to prevent any accumulation on floors that can lead to slip and fall accidents. The tray catches sanitizer drips, protecting countertops, walls and floors from damage. It works as a simple solution that can help improve your facility's safety and image.
Features and Benefits:
|Product Length||3.27 in||8.31 cm|
|Product Width||2.60 in||6.60 cm|
|Product Height||5.28 in||13.41 cm|
|Product Weight||1.06 lb||0.48 kg|
|Case Pack Length||9.29 in||23.60 cm|
|Case Pack Width||6.92 in||17.58 cm|
|Case Pack Height||5.58 in||14.17 cm|
|Case Pack Weight||0.88 lb||0.40 kg|
|Case Pack Quantity||6|
|Material Type||Polypropylene (PP)|
|Country of Origin||Malaysia|
Crackleclean Hand Sanitizer Sell Sheet
15.8 Oz Crackleclean Dispenser Assembly Instructions (2158424, 2158426)
7.1 Oz Crackleclean Dispenser Assembly Instructions (2158425)
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