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Soap and disinfection gel dispenser ZEN 1 l white plastic

  • Kod produktu: LCJ1003
  • Manufacturer: Faneco
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White wall-mounted manual liquid soap and disinfectant dispenser ZEN

  • Material: plastic
  • Color: white
  • Capacity: 1 l
  • Dimensions: height - 250 mm, width - 126 mm, depth - 110 mm
  • Designed for liquid soap and disinfection gel
  • Push-button
  • Transparent front window
  • Refillable tank
  • Plastic lock and key
  • Wall-mounted
  • Warranty: 24 months

 

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White wall-mounted manual liquid soap and disinfectant dispenser ZEN

  • Material: plastic
  • Color: white
  • Capacity: 1 l
  • Dimensions: height - 250 mm, width - 126 mm, depth - 110 mm
  • Designed for liquid soap and disinfection gel
  • Push-button
  • Transparent front window
  • Refillable tank
  • Plastic lock and key
  • Wall-mounted
  • Warranty: 24 months

 
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