Blickman 7959SS Walter Freestanding Medical Storage Cabinet, 35-5/8"W x 16"D x 76"H
The Blickman 7959SS (Walter) Freestanding Cabinets are for storing endoscopy equipment, large instruments or other equipment on its removable stainless pegboard. Sloping top prevents dust collection. Choose from solid stainless steel doors or glass doors (shown). Locking door latch secures contents. Mounted on four legs with stainless steel glides. Optional casters, built-in unit with recessing trim available.
MATERIALS : Stainless steel, Type 300 Series, nickel-bearing, 1/4" clear tempered sheet glass.
GAUGES : Body, outer doorframes and sloping tops-18 gauge. Door inserts-20 gauge. Legs-12 gauge.
CONSTRUCTION : Cabinet consists of a storage compartment with a seamless welded face, doubled front edges and a sloping top. Cabinet is mounted on four offset type legs on casters, welded into the bottom corners, with counterweight fastened under the bottom rear for doors in open position. Two glass-paneled doors, of double shell design, fit the rabbeted frame of the cabinet and hinge on three semi-concealed stainless steel hinges each. Outer frame is one piece, die formed, to receive a rubber gasketed glass panel held in place by removable interior retaining strips. Right hand door is fitted with a locking handle and three point latching, and the left hand door with a dummy knob and spring loaded nylon roller catches. Cabinet interior consists of either five glass shelves, adjustable in 1/2" increments on full-height, slotted shelf stripping welded to the rear and side walls (Paul models only), or an 18-guage, stainless-steel, full-height-and-width pegboard, fastened to three channels and welded to the inside back wall (Walter models only).
WELDING : Welding is accomplished by heli-arc method. All exposed welds ground smooth.
FINISH : Exposed surfaces are free from pit marks, weld seams and scale, and polished to a satin finish.
CASTERS : 3" ball bearing swivel type.
OPTIONS : Glides, stainless steel shelves, solid doors, recessing flanges for built-in units.
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