Balt Tambour Door Conference CabinetConference Boards/Cabinets
44" Height x 32" Width - 1 Each - View Complete Details
Product Number: BLT28060
In Stock - Hurry, only 43 left.
Estimated Delivery - 4 business day(s) - Mon 1/23 5 business days - Tue 1/24
Please Note: Oversized item. Additional charges may apply. See details.
Note: Must buy in quantities of 1 starting at 4.
Estimated Delivery 10 business day(s) - Tue 1/31 - The products will be shipped directly from the Manufacturer and will require additional time for delivery. 10 business days - Tue 1/31 - The products will be shipped directly from the Manufacturer and will require additional time for delivery.
Please Note: This item ships freight. Additional delivery charges may apply.
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Balt Tambour Door Conference Cabinet - Tambour Door Conference Cabinet is ideal for offices, conference rooms and meeting areas. Unique tambour doors slide behind the dry-erase markerboard surface when in use, saving valuable wall space. The design can also protect sensitive information by locking the doors. Magnetic, dry-erase marker-board surface provides smooth writability and easy erasability. Use magnets (sold separately) to post items like a bulletin board. Cabinet with a natural oak finish includes two keys and a 2-1/2 ledge for markers, an eraser and other supplies."
- Secure sensitive information behind two locking tambour doors.
- Smooth-glide doors open horizontally to reveal a white, magnetic dry-erase surface.
- 2 1/2" deep ledge for markers and eraser.
- Wood frame cabinet features sleek styling that complements any conference or meeting room.
- Measures 4 inches deep.
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Q:Does this come with the hardware to mount to the wall?Asked on 5/16/2011 by Anonymous
A:Yes, mounting hardware is included on the Balt Conference Cabinet.Answered on 5/18/2011 by Adam