Best-Rite Horizontal Sliding Board - 2 Tracks - 2 Panels
|Best-Rite 4' x 8' Horizontal Sliding Board - 2 Tracks - 2 Panels||822HH|
Your Price: $1,346.30
You Save: 39%
|Best-Rite 4' x 12' Horizontal Sliding Board - 2 Tracks - 2 Panels||822HM|
Your Price: $1,718.83
You Save: 39%
Save wall space and add functional board surface with our Best-Rite Horizontal Sliding Board - 2 Tracks - 2 Panels. These customizable boards allow up to two-and-a-half times more usable surface in the same area as a standard board, featuring panels that slide behind or in front of each other on a unique and smooth track system, making the boards ideal for multipurpose rooms or for keeping sensitive information hidden. Choose from two-, three-, or four-track systems. Lightweight core material and precise alignment of the upper and lower tracks ensure easy operation. The boards are available with porcelain steel markerboard or chalkboard surfaces, or any Best-Rite tackable surface. Framed with heavy gauge anodized aluminum tubing, the boards include a 2" high full-length tackable map rail and a full-length accessory tray with enclosed end caps. Each panel is 4' high and available in widths from 6' to 20'. The boards ship fully assembled and include full-length mounting brackets on the top and bottom (bolts not included).
- Custom Order: Horizontal sliding boards are custom ordered and non-returnable.
- Size: 4' x 8' or 4' x 12'
- Surface: Porcelain steel markerboard, chalkboard, Best-Rite tackboard
- Frame Style: Anodized aluminum tubing
- Number of Tracks: 2
- Number of Panels: 2
- Accessories : full-length top and bottom mounting brackets , 2" high full-length tackable map rail, full-length accessory tray with enclosed end caps
- Features :Boards ship fully assembled
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|Size||Part Number||Frame Style||Surface|
|4' x 8'||822HH||Anodized aluminum tubing||Porcelain steel markerboard, chalkboard, Best-Rite tackboard|
4' x 12'
|822HM||Anodized aluminum tubing||Porcelain steel markerboard, chalkboard, Best-Rite tackboard|
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