Safco Giant Stack Trays

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MGPS-65B-65C
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Create durable and efficient flat-file storage with the versatile Safco Giant Stack Tray. Giant Stack Trays are extra sturdy since they are molded in one piece from high-density polyethylene with steel reinforcement for rigid support and strength.

Create durable and efficient flat-file storage with the versatile Safco Giant Stack Tray. Giant Stack Trays are extra sturdy since they are molded in one piece from high-density polyethylene with steel reinforcement for rigid support and strength.

Ideal for storing matboard, vellum, acetate, drawings, blueprints, and other flat documents. Giant Stack Tray may be stacked up to 5 feet high creating a solid bank of storage. Each Safco Giant Stack Tray has a 40 lb. load capacity.

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Brand Safco
Series Giant Stack Trays
Color White
Height 3"
Weight 15 lbs.
Per Pack 2

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