Modular cabinets for corrosion resistant applications
A line of non-metallic modular cabinets from Midwest Plastic Fabricators has been designed for corrosion resistant applications and to include wall or floor mount features.
A new line of modular cabinets from Midwest Plastic Fabricators has been designed for corrosion resistant applications and is made from PVC or polycarbonate. The modular cabinets are available in sizes up to 72-in. The doors feature stainless steel lift off hinges with a quarter turn locking provision with single or double doors. Viewing windows are sized to meet end user specifications.
These rigidly structured cabinets are designed to include wall or floor mount features. The design provides a removable center post. CAD/CAM manufacturing technology allows design flexibility to meet a variety of size requirements.
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