John Boos UFBLG7230 E-Series Work Table, 72"Wx30"D - 1.5" Riser, 18 Ga. Stainless Steel Top, Galvanized Undershelf and Legs

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Central Model#: 671-523 Brand: John Boos Mfg Part#: UFBLG7230
John Boos UFBLG7230

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Estimated Ship Date - 08/26

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Product Details

E-Series Work Table has 112" stallion edge on front and rear with straight turndown edge on sides. NSF approved. 1.5" backsplash. 18 gauge stainless steel top construction. Galvanized steel legs with 1" adjustable, plastic bullet feet. Galvanized undershelf. 72"Wx30"Dx3534"H. Does not include backsplash height. 96 lbs.

Product ranks 4 out of 43 in 18 Gauge Economy Work Table With Splash.

Specifications

Central Model#: 671-523
Weight: 96 lbs.
Width: 72"
Depth: 30"
Height: 3534"
Casters / Legs: Galvanized steel legs with 1" adjustable, plastic bullet feet
Construction Material: 18 gauge stainless steel top
Shelves: Galvanized undershelf
Size: 72"W
Style: backsplash
Type: Work Table

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How do I care and maintenance my stainless steel equipment?

    • Attached above is a PDF that covers the basic maintenance of Stainless Steel.
  • What should I use to clean my stainless steel?

    • Stainless Steel is durable, and can be long lasting if proper care and maintenance is provided. We recommend using our ?Boos? Stainless Steel Cleaner to be sprayed on and wiped down with a clean disposable towel. NEVER use an abrasive cleaner or chlorine bleach.
  • Whats the difference between stainless steel gauge (GA) thicknesses?

    • When referring to the gauge (GA) thickness of stainless steel, the lower the number the thicker the stainless steel. For example, 14GA is a thicker quality stainless steel than 16GA while 16GA is a thicker quality stainless steel than 18GA.
  • Does stainless get cuts or scratches on it?

    • Yes, stainless steel will scratch under certain usage. The first scratch is always more noticeable. The scratches become part of the patina of the top and do not hurt is functionality.
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