HON HON Simplicity II Straight Connector Black P824003 http://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/SPI/SPI-HONPBV2SP.jpg HON Simplicity II Straight Connector Black 824003 2.00lbs 0.00 0.00 0.00
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HON - Simplicity II Straight Connector, Black, Price/EA

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General Information
Manufacturer: The HON Company
Manufacturer Part Number: PBV2SP
Brand Name: HON
Product Line: Simplicity II
Product Model: PBV2SP
Product Name: Simplicity II Straight Connector
Product Description:

Simplicity II nonraceway panel system includes furniture panels, connecting hardware, storage cabinets and open bookshelves that are all sold separately. Use furniture panels as basic partitions or combine for a full-featured panel system. Wrap panels around freestanding furniture or build workstations using Panel-Hung Work surfaces and overhead storage units. Panels are easily joined with connectors that use the tubular panel frames for structural support. Reconfiguration is quick and easy. Fabric-covered, sound-absorbing panels feature radius edges. Match panel-hung work surface widths to panel widths. Work surfaces come with attachment brackets. Panel system meets or exceeds applicable ANSI/BIFMA standards.

Packaged Quantity: 1 Each
Product Type: Connector
Product Information
Color: Black

Selling unit of measure (SUOM): EA
Item packing quantity: 1
Packing unit of measure: EA
Packed per unit of measure: CT

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