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WhiteWall Steel Panels

 

 
 
 

Fran Hildwine, BS, NREMT-P, CCEMT-P | | Thursday, December 6, 2007


How much viewable writing surface does your emergency operations center or classroom have? If you have several 3' x 4' white boards, you probably think thatÌs enough. However, during a disaster, having extra room to write is almost always essential. The new WhiteWall Steel Panels from Magnatag offer floor to ceiling space to write notes, map out incidents on a larger scale and even to project images on. A special honeycomb-sandwich design made of a MagnaLux porcelain-like steel gives you a writing-smooth surface, free of bumpy molding between panels.

VITALS

Heights: 7'Ò10'

Thickness: 3/4"

Finish: Plain or printed

Cost: $459Ò$699

(quantity discounts available)

www.magnatag.com

800/624-4154




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