Cut Out Surface Mount Drip Tray | 7” X 12”| 3" Column Tower | Mirror Stainless | No Drain
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Surface Mount Draft Beer Drip Tray, with Cutout for a 3" Column Tower, No Drain, Stainless Steel Mirror Finish
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The Surface Mount Drip Tray style drip trays are designed to sit on the top of any suitable surface and are relieved to fit around a Draft Arm base. Drip Trays are made of 18 ga. Stainless Steel in #8 mirror finish.The corners and seams are welded and ground to a brushed.All exposed edges are deburred smooth for safety and appearances.Each tray is available with a standard 18 ga. perforated screen.
Without drain (no hassle with drain hoses and bottles)
Simply carry to the sink for cleaning
Welded corners, finished smooth for safety and appearance.
As you may know, California Proposition 65, known as the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act, became a state law in 1986. This Act sets out environmental regulations regarding toxic chemical substances that businesses are subject to when they sell merchandise in the state of California. If a business sells a product in California which contains a substance or substances that are on the Prop 65 list, then a clear and reasonable warning must be provided.
On an annual basis, the list of chemicals covered by Prop 65 is reviewed and amended by the California government.
Effective this year, the required hazard warning labels have changed. To ensure that you, our customer, are informed, this letter serves as ACU Precision Sheet Metals notification of the warnings that affect our products. Steel products sold by ACU Precision Sheet Metal contain chemicals requiring warnings according to the California Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986 (Proposition 65). The following hazard-warning label applies to products sold by ACU Precision Sheet Metal and its various entities:
These products can expose you to chemicals including lead, nickel, cobalt, aluminum, cadmium, brass, carbon or copper which are known in the state of California to cause cancer, birth defects and other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov .