£102.76
Inc VAT £123.31
Product Code: TWBM1
Delivery type: Pallet
Availability: In Stock

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The 470mm (D) medium gondola end unit is designed to sit at the end of a double sided gondola unit as a perfect position for promotional offers. 

Easily configure the unit to suit your requirements by using the drop down menus for the height, width, shelving colour and epos ticket edging colour.

Components Breakdown:

  • 2 x Uprights (Starter Bay)
  • 2 x Baseleg's (Starter Bay)
  • 1 x Set of Plain Backpanels (To Both Front and Extreme Rear)
  • 1 x Gondola Cover
  • 1 x Pair of PVC Caps for Uprights
  • 1 x Base Shelves 470mm (D)
  • 3 x Upper Shelves 370mm (D)
  • 3 x Pairs of Brackets 370mm (D)
  • 1 x Plinth (Matching Colour to Shelving)
  • 4 x Epos Ticket Edging Strips

Please note - The bay width will be determined by the base shelf depth of your double sided gondola. 

     Double Sided Gondola with 300mm (D) Base Shelves = 665mm (W) Gondola End Unit        
     Double Sided Gondola with 370mm (D) Base Shelves = 800mm (W) Gondola End Unit
     Double Sided Gondola with 470mm (D) Base Shelves = 1000mm (W) Gondola End Unit       
     Double Sided Gondola with 570mm (D) Base Shelves = 1250mm (W) Gondola End Unit

Please note - The overall height will be approximately 50mm more than the upright due to adjustment of the baseleg. Additionally the overall length of a run of shelving will be 30mm more than published i.e. 3 x 1000mm bays joined together will measure 3030mm.

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