Manual Spray Dispenser White, 800 mL

SKU: FG450007

The Wall Mounted Spray Soap System is a cost-effective and environmentally responsible system.

  • Economical spray skin care system
  • Delivers up to 4,000 hand washes per 800 mL refill and up to 2,000 hand washes per 400 mL refill
  • Revolutionary spray delivers thorough coverage of highly concentrated soap
  • New pump with every refill eliminates mess, clogs, and leaks

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The Wall Mounted Spray Soap System is a cost-effective and environmentally responsible system. The dispenser delivers up to 4,000 hand washes per 800 mL refill and up to 2,000 hand washes per 400 mL refill. Revolutionary spray delivers thorough coverage of highly concentrated soap, and a new pump with every refill eliminates mess, clogs, and leaks.

Features and Benefits:

  • Economical spray skin care system
  • Delivers up to 4,000 hand washes per 800 mL refill and up to 2,000 hand washes per 400 mL refill
  • Revolutionary spray delivers thorough coverage of highly concentrated soap
  • New pump with every refill eliminates mess, clogs, and leaks

specifications

U.S.Metric
Product Length4.30 in
Product Width3.70 in
Product Height12.20 in
Product Weight1.20 lb
Upc00763905500074
Case Pack Length22.00 in55.88 cm
Case Pack Width13.00 in33.02 cm
Case Pack Height11.50 in29.21 cm
Case Pack Weight12.60 lb5.72 kg
Ucc10763905500076
Case Pack Quantity12
ColorWhite
Material TypePlastic
Country of OriginMalaysia

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