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Center Drawer, 26x2-1/2x15.38 In, Harvest
- Item # 14K176
- Mfr. Model # HON1526C
- UNSPSC # 56101703
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 12.0 lbs.
- Item Center Drawer
- Series Park Avenue
- Color Harvest
- Overall Width 26"
- Overall Height 2-1/2"
- Overall Depth 15.38"
- Material Laminate
- Standards Meets or Exceeds ANSI/BIFMA and ISTA
- For Use With HON Laminate Series Double Pedestal Desk and/or Desk Shell, HON Laminate Series Kneespace Credenza, HON Laminate Series Return, Park Avenue Collection Laminate, Valido/11500, 10700, 10600, 10500 and 11600 Series
- Green Certification or Other Recognition SCS Indoor Advantage Certified
Compliance and Restrictions
Green Product - This item has been designated by the manufacturer as an environmentally preferable product (EPP) because this item is SCS Indoor Advantage Certified.
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