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HON Pedestal Cabinet, 15-3/4 by 22-3/4 by 28-Inch, Medium Oak

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HON Pedestal Cabinet, 15-3/4 by 22-3/4 by 28-Inch, Medium Oak

Product description

Get organized with lustrous laminate finish pedestals that roll easily for optimal placement and quick access to contents. for more room, this space-saving unit may be positioned under 29-1/2" high peninsulas and modular shells. freestanding mobile pedestal with wood grain laminate finish features a pencil drawer, locking media and file drawers to store supplies, cds and files. media drawer organizer holds cds (flat), cd jewel cases in the "label up" position, vhs tapes and 3-1/2"/zip disks. file drawer stores letter-size and legal-size files. hangrails are provided in all file drawers for side-to-side letter and legal filing; and front-to-back for letter filing. box drawers operate on ball-bearing suspension with a 3/4 extension. locking file drawers with interchangeable, core-removable locks operate on ball-bearing suspension with full extension. adjustable, hex leveling glides allow pedestal to be easily leveled without lifting the unit. glides have a 3/4" adjustable range.

HON Pedestal Cabinet, 15-3/4 by 22-3/4 by 28-Inch, Medium Oak

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