Ghent 2Door Concealed Light Aluminum Indoor Cork Board
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Ghent 2Door Concealed Light Aluminum Indoor Cork Board

Brand: Ghent
  • 36"x48" and 36"x60" sizes available
  • Concealed Fluorescent Lighting
  • Shatter-resistant acrylic door
  • Self-healing surface
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Product Description

Put your posted material into the spotlight inside the Ghent 2-Door Concealed Light Aluminum Indoor Cork Board. The satin aluminum framed Cork Board come fully equipped with lockable hinged doors, shatter-resistant acrylic and mounting hardware. The natural cork posting surface is self-healing and will withstand years of usage. Interior case depth is 2-1/4" for all units. Overall unit depth measures 3-1/8" deep. The illuminated units feature concealed fluorescent lighting (complete with three wire electrical lead) centered over each door opening to further attract attention to your display. Illuminated units require electrical installation by a licensed Electrician. Consult your local electrical code to determine the correct method of installation. Lamps have been mounted in the unit, but have not been wired.

Product Details

  • Size:36"x48" - 36"x60"
  • Surface:Cork Bulletin Board
  • Frame Style:Satin Aluminum
  • Number of Doors:2
  • Interior Case Depth:2-1/4 in
  • Overall Unit Depth:3-1/8 in
  • Features:Concealed Fluorescent Lighting, Shatter Resistant Acrylic, Lockable Doors, Mounting Hardware
  • Special Installation Needs:Licensed Electrician

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SizePart NumberFrame StyleSurface
    
36"x48" CPA23648KSatin Aluminum FrameCork Bulletin Board
    
36"x60"CPA23660KSatin Aluminum FrameCork Bulletin Board

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