42 Gallon Heavy Duty Funnel Top Trash Container
42 Gallon Heavy Duty Funnel Top Trash Can S8286A-02 (13 Colors). KOLORCANS is proud to introduce our latest line of receptacles, The Signature Series. This slatted design enhances your commercial decor with a grooved raised panel 100% recycled plastic construction. This is the heaviest in our line of receptacles, giving it the footprint to withstand the most challenging weather conditions. Lid Opening 10 inches.
The Signature Series is available in several colors. We have other sizes to fit your location. A 32 gallon square signature, a 32 Gallon Ash Trash Signature, and a 52 gallon square signature. As with all of our KOLORCANS you have the option to purchase a liner.
The receptacle itself has dimensions of 35 inches Tall x 24 inch Diameter 28lbs, and holds approximately 42 gallons. Optional Liner also available. Proudly manufactured in the United States! Optional Lid Cable Available.
Optional pedestal stand is made from 14 guage high carbon steel, robotically welded and then powder coated black. It elevates the receptacle 6 inches off the ground. All the mounting hardware to attach the pedestal to a receptacle is included. It can be staked to soft grassy areas or bolted down to concrete. It will also deter theft of the receptacle.
KOLORCAN is a waste container designed to replace those old ugly 55 gallon drums found at nearly every school. They are rotationally molded from fade-resistant extremely durable polyethylene plastic. They offer a safe, secure way to deal with trash in your public areas. They are virtually indestructible. Kolor Cans will not rust, crack, or fade! Comes with a 1 year manufacturers limited warranty.
There are no springs or hinges to rust or wear out. Maintenance people love it! The four unique molded in handles placed 90 degrees apart make it a breeze to move around. The optionable removable, easy to clean liner eliminates the need to replace costly garbage bags.
KOLORCANS are made from 100% recyclable plastic
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