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Durable linear low-density polyethylene can liner. Tear and puncture-resistant can liners are an excellent choice. Industrial strength can liners for high-traffic applications. Application: Can Liner; Capacity Range (Volume) [Max]: 16 gal; Capacity Range (Volume) [Min]: 12 gal; Thickness: 0.7 mil.
Linear low-density polyethylene.
Tear and puncture-resistant.
|Categories||Heritage Cleaning SuppliesHeritage Trash Bags & Can LinersHeritage Low-Density Trash Bags|
|Manufacturer Stock No.||H4832HK|
|Capacity Range (Volume) [Max]||16 gal|
|Capacity Range (Volume) [Min]||12 gal|
|Global Product Type||Bags-Low-Density Waste Can Liners|
|Post-Consumer Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Pre-Consumer Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Total Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Assembly Required||No assembly is required|
|Contains Recycled Materials||N|
|Unit of Measure||CT|
|Ships via UPS||Y|
|Carton Pack Quantity||500 EA|
|This item is sold by the||CT which contains 500 EA|
|Country of Origin||US|
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