T10-449B-HDP

Magma Tournament Series Cleaning Station

Magma Tournament Series Cleaning Station

Description

The Magma Tournament Series Cleaning Station will not fade, chip, crack, peal, or hold fish odors.

Features

  • Slotted Back Allows For Drainage From Work Surface
  • All Edges And Corners Rounded For Safety
  • FDA Approved For Food Service
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This U.V. stabilized, high density polyethylene bait preparation and fish cleaning station will not fade, chip, crack, peal, or hold fish odors. It is strong and includes a Table, plus 1-1/2"Tubular Stainless Steel Base for rock-solid mounting to the dock and stainless steel Round Rail Mounts, which allow it to be tilted to the best drainage angle or to be stored in a flat position against the base when not in use. Cleaning station includes 4-1/2" sides and backs with ample overboard drainage slots to keep your boat spotless; slots for pliers and filet knife storage.

Dock Cleaning Station includes Table plus 1-1/2" Tubular Stainless Steel Base for mounting to your dock and three 1-1/2" anodized aluminum and stainless steel Round Rail Mounts for instantaneous adjustment and storage.

Features:

  • (4) Filet knife holder's
  • (2) Convenient pliers holder
  • UV stabilized
  • Will not crack, peel, mildew, or retain fish odors
  • Table rotates vertically flat on railing when not in use
  • Mount constructed of 1-1/2" (38mm) 18-8 stainless steel tubing and hard anodized aluminum hardware



Specifications:

  • Construction Materials: High-Density Polyethylene
  • Table Dimensions: 47-1/2" x 19-1/2" (120.7 cm x 49.5 cm)
  • Product Width: 47-1/2" (120.7 cm)
  • Product Depth:19-1/2" (49.5 cm)
  • Product Height: 4-1/2" (11.4 cm)
  • Product Weight: 32.37lbs (16.7 kg)
  • Warranty:1 Year
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Magma Tournament Series Cleaning Station T10-449B-HDP Tournament Series Cleaning Station, Dock Mount, 48"
$341.39
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