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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...
Increase your filing space 50-75% without using up valuable floor space. The track assembly is attached to the base of rear stationary...
SabreCut carbides from Brasseler cut faster, generate less vibration (chatter), and leave a smoother finish than leading aggressive...
Save search time with our index chart divider sets. Mylar®-reinforced hole punches and Mylar®-covered tabs printed on two sides...
Locking, heavy-duty steel wall desk features an angled drop-in chart slot for security. Standard desk size: 20" W x 16-3/8" H x 3-3/8" D...
The FastClip™s convenient three-piece construction allows you to remove any record without disturbing the sequence of your documentation....
Unlike a traditional mouse, this device uses infrared sensor technology to detect the user's finger motion in the air to control movement...
The Datum EconoWallWrite nonlocking workstation brings space-saving convenience to any setting. Install this fold-up desk at any height...
Each shelving tier has four welded dividers Increase your filing space 50-75 percent without using up valuable floor space. This complete...
Secure narcotics and controlled substances in these specially designed steel storage cabinets available in a variety of sizes and...
Strong, durable storage boxes are designed for frequent access and maximum stackability. Maximum security box with string-and-button...
Foam-backed self-adhesive fastener is a versatile filing accessory for organizing and securely fastening papers in file folders. 1-1/2"...

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