|Global Product Type||File Cabinets-Vertical File|
|Color||Available in: Black or Parchment|
|Overall Width||Available in: 17 3/4", 20 13/16" or 21 5/8"|
|Overall Depth||Available in: 25", 31 9/16" or 32 1/16"|
|Overall Height||Available in: 52 3/4" or 57"|
|Document Size Accommodation||Available in: Legal or Letter|
|Series Name||FireKing® Insulated Vertical File Series|
|Compliance Standards||Available in: UL Class 350-One-Hour with Impact Resistance; UL Listed Security Lock or UL Class 350-Two-Hour with Impact Resistance; UL Listed Security Lock|
|Pre-Consumer Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Post-Consumer Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Total Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Special Features||Available in: Legal Size or Letter Size|
This vertical file features a two-position drawer catch, which allows you to access certain drawers while keeping other drawers locked.
According to FireKing the insulation is an asbestos-free, dry, oven-dried Gypsum material.
The design allows each drawer to be its own separate insulated container.
File cabinets are very useful, but they can also get downright gross after a while. About once a year, it's a good idea schedule some time to take everything out of your trusty filing cabinet and give it a good cleaning. Here's a step-by-step guide to getting all the dirt and bacteria off of those metal parts and out of the crevices. This guide also provides recommendations about what you need to buy to get your office's file cabinets looking shiny and new again.