Summit's selection of American-made casework brings new convenience to break room design with fully assembled cabinetry for easy installation. Perfect for break rooms, the CWC5ADA is a 21.5" wide cabinet designed ideal for collecting trash and recyclables in office environments. It comes in a jet black manufactured wood finish sized at 34" high to comply with ADA guidelines for accessible counter height. We include two removable bins and counter holes for easy use. This unit is manufactured in the United States and ships fully assembled with innovative Lockdowel™ fasteners for long-lasting durability. It can be combined with additional Summit casework pieces, including vertical hutches (model CWH1), storage cabinets (models CWM1ADA and CWM2ADA) and cabinets sized to hold refrigerators (models CWR2ADA, CWR4ADA, and CWR9ADA). Create any combination by browsing our website or contact our product specialists at 718-893-3900 ext. 507 to work through your ideal break room kitchen design.
- 21.5" wide cabinet with swing door
- No assembly required for fast installation in your space
- 34" high to meet ADA guidelines for accessibility
- Engineered wood with laminate finish manufactured and assembled in the United States
- Two bins packaged inside for easier separation of recyclables and rubbish
- Designed to line up over the trash bins for easy use
- Innovative fastening system ensures lasting durability
- Sleek black laminate finish suits any setting
- Four levelers allow easier adjustment to accommodate uneven floors
|Height of Cabinet
||34.0" (86 cm)
||21.5" (55 cm)
||24.0" (61 cm)
||100.0 lbs. (45 kg)
||110.0 lbs. (50 kg)
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