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Secure narcotics and controlled substances in these specially designed steel storage cabinets available in a variety of sizes and...
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Self-adhesive fastener bonded on Tyvek® backing. Easy to position and apply, wider base of Tyvek® makes this fastener durable; fastener...
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Protect your documents and fingers with Smeads patent-pending SafeSHIELD coated fastener technology - the ultimate solution to fastener...
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End-tab folders are treated with an antimicrobial agent to guard against the growth of bacteria, odors, algae, mold, fungus and mildew....
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The signposts of alphabetic filing systems, these guides break folders into smaller groups for quick identification. Contains 25%...
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Cabinets are constructed of high-grade steel All tiers are 36" wide with a receding door. Available in letter size, Available with or...
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All the benefits of the 100 Series cabinets with a convenient work shelf assembled between shelves three and four. 5- and 6-shelf...
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Make each folder read like a book. Records are affixed to tabs of strip in either ascending or descending order.
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Change file formats from drawer to shelf-based, fast! Converter adhesive strips streamline the process: no damaged files. No new files to...
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Twin-prong metal fastener allows you to utilize both sides of a folder or divider by inserting the prongs on 1 side of the fastener...
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These color-coded tab sets have 7 pre-printed and 1 write-on Mylar® tab pre-installed (bottom tab: position 1, side tab: position 5) into...
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Each shelving tier has four welded dividers Increase your filing space 50-75 percent without using up valuable floor space. This complete...

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