- Enclosed boards protect announcements from vandals.
- Back-to-back bulletin design draws attention from any direction.
- Height-adjustable boards accommodate a wider market.
- Locking doors allow provide complete control of displayed messages.
Enclosed Bulletin Boards with Swing-Open Framing
These enclosed bulletin boards are equipped with two 24x36 corkboards for double the amount of space provided for presentations. The floor-standing message display stands work well in both educational and corporate environments to present promotional and informational documents to a broad audience. The brushed aluminum enclosed bulletin boards, also known as corkboards, have hinged doors for easy access to the internal cork material. Each frame includes a built-in camlock to keep displayed messages safe and protected. The enclosed bulletin boards that are locking therefore give users complete control over what information is being presented.
These floor-standing cork message displays use a weighted base to stabilize an entire fixture in place. The double-sided enclosed bulletin boards measure 76" tall; however the positioning of each frame can be raised or lowered along the pole. To alter the height, simply loosen the connector bracket and slide each corkboard to a desired level. Initial assembly requires that a user must attach the square base and the individual bulletin boards to the pole. Included with every unit purchased is a set of push pins.
This floor-standing fixture is intended for indoor use.Dimensions:
Overall: 28-1/16"w x 75-1/2"h x 18"d (base)
Cork Area: 24"w x 36" h
|Overall Width x Height x Depth||26.1" x 76.0" x 17.5"|
|Placement Type||Floor Standing|
|Loading or Door Type||Swing-Open|
|Bulletin Surface Width||24.0"|
|Bulletin Surface Height||36.0"|
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WARNING: This product can expose you to Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause Cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov.