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Kimberly Clark Professional 7087 Wiper Dispenser

Kimberly Clark Professional 7087 Wiper Dispenser

Kimberly-Clark

A range of centrefeed wiper dispensers that improve hygiene, control usage, and help reduce costs. Ideal for: quickly and easily dispensing individual WYPALL* Wipers without the need to touch the dispenser; busy food areas, helping to maintaining hygiene standards. Available as: a lockable quick-fill dispenser that has a smart grey water-resistant finish (which complies with food safety standards).

Code: 7087

Kimberly-Clark

£28.65 Each (ex. VAT)

£34.38 inc. VAT
Colour Grey
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Kimberly Clark Professional 7087 Wiper Dispenser

A range of centrefeed wiper dispensers that improve hygiene, control usage, and help reduce costs. Ideal for: quickly and easily dispensing individual WYPALL* Wipers without the need to touch the dispenser; busy food areas, helping to maintaining hygiene standards. Available as: a lockable quick-fill dispenser that has a smart grey water-resistant finish (which complies with food safety standards).

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer KIMBERLY CLARK
Manufacturer Code 7087000

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