ECN Econoco K410 AL Frame w/ 4 24" Shelves and 1 T Stand; 1" Square Tubing 24" wide shelves Black Frame with Almond Shelves P6069943ECN-K410-AL https://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/ECN/ECN-K410-AL.jpg Econoco K410 AL Frame w/ 4 24" Shelves and 1 T Stand; 1" Square Tubing 24" wide shelves Black Frame with Almond Shelves Description:The Designer 400 Series of combination merchandiser offer the retailer the ability to cross-merchandise folded and hanging apparel. All units shown are complete with tubular frame, brackets, shelves, hangrails and casters. (except 411K which casters are not recommended). Duron shelves are also available in wood grain finish at an extra charge.Click here to download assembly instructions.Product Dimensions: 24\" wide shelvesColor: Black Frame with Almond Shelves 6069943 00841134104840 24.90lbs 0.00 0.00 0.00
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Upc: 00841134104840
Model: ECN-K410-AL
Price: $115.50
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The Designer 400 Series of combination merchandiser offer the retailer the ability to cross-merchandise folded and hanging apparel. All units shown are complete with tubular frame, brackets, shelves, hangrails and casters. (except 411K which casters are not recommended). Duron shelves are also available in wood grain finish at an extra charge.

Click here to download assembly instructions.

Product Dimensions: 24" wide shelves

Color: Black Frame with Almond Shelves

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