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John Boos Economical Type 304 Stainless Steel Worktable - 96X30"

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John Boos Economical Type 304 Stainless Steel Worktable - 96X30"

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Sanitary, rust-resistant JOHN BOOS Economical Type 304 Stainless Steel Worktable is ideal for use in wet, corrosive environments. Tops are made of high-quality Type 304 stainless steel that is nearly impossible to corrode and withstands harsh environments better than all other types of stainless steel. 1-1/2" thick, 45 tapered Stallion front edge has no sharp corners and is extremely sanitarywont trap dirt or food particles. Reinforced 1x2" tubing runs entire length of worksurface. Adjustable lower shelf. Table is supported by 1-5/8" dia. legs with adjustable bullet feet. Includes: stainless steel top, galvanized lower shelf and legs. NSF listed. Ships unassembled.

John Boos Economical Type 304 Stainless Steel Worktable - 96X30"

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