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Microfilm Roll Storage Cabinet for 16mm/35mm Rolls and 3M Cartridges - Made in the USA - (5-12 drawers)

List Price: $2,795.00
Your Price: $2,356.25
Item Number: MFC
Manufacturer: MicrofilmWorld
Manufacturer Part No: MFW_MFC

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16mm/35mm Roll Film and 3M Cartridge Storage Cabinets - Made in the USA Steel - 5 rows per drawer in 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 drawer options. Approximately capacity is 135-16mm rolls per drawer and 75-35mm rolls per drawer and 100 3M type cartridges per drawer. Use this metric to calculate total storage needed to choose the cabinet that meets your requirements.

Our Made in the USA Aperture Card Cabinets are 
constructed from only the finest quality steel. 

Features of our microfiche cabinets include...
  • Each Cabinet is Custom Made to Order
  • Five Rows per drawer Models with welded steel dividers
  • Front to rear mechanical depressors in each row
  • Cradle suspension drawers extend full depth for easy access
  • Self-Interlocking drawers keeps drawers secure
  • Durable baked enamel finish; powder coated to meet rigid ISO Standards
  • Locks Available
  • Built with "Knock-Outs" for secure attachment of multiple cabinets or Over File Units
  • Holds 16mm & 35mm rolls in boxes, 3M Cartridges and ANSI Clips 
  • 28 1/2” inside depth of drawers. Capacity: approximately 135-16mm rolls per drawer and 75-35mm rolls per drawer and 100 3M type cartridges per drawer
Our Made in the USA steel cabinets are manufactured to order and have a 90-120 day production lead time. Cabinets are palatalized and ship by truck line for about $450-550 each.
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