- Sold as 1 EA.
- Counterweight included, where applicable, to meet ANSI/BIFMA stability requirements. Lock secures both sides of drawer.
- Heavy-duty, three-part, telescoping, steel ball bearing suspension for smooth drawer operation.
- Mechanical interlock allows only one drawer to be open at a time to inhibit tipping.
- Four adjustable leveling glides help compensate for uneven flooring.
Details: Introduce some organization to your office space with the HON 600 Series lateral file cabinet. With its heavy-gauge construction and double-walled base for stability and support, you can count on a reliable design with plenty of room for storage. HON lateral file cabinet accommodates letter-size, legal-size and A4 folders from side-to-side with included adjustable hangrails. Drawers are flush at the top and sides with aluminum recessed drawer pulls with plastic label holder and drawer extension restraint. Ball-bearing suspension allows full access to your drawers. Mechanical interlock ensures that only 1 drawer opens at a time. HON One Key interchangeable core removable lock helps keep documents secure. Lock mechanism secures both sides of drawers. 4 adjustable floor levelers compensate for uneven floor surfaces. Reinforced case steel construction for lasting durability Save time - no assembly required! Meets and/or exceeds ANSI/BIFMA standards. Meets and/or exceeds ISTA performance standards. Backed by The HON Full Lifetime Warranty. Counterweight helps prevent tipping. Level 2 certified as sustainable based on multiple environmental and/or social attributes. Greener choice - contains 25% postconsumer recycled content. Less harsh chemicals - made with fewer harsh chemicals, or safer chemicals than typical alternatives, helping reduce your use of and exposure to substances that may be more harmful to your health and the environment. SCS Indoor Advantage certified - meets strict indoor air quality guidelines. Ranked in two tiers: Certified and Gold BIFMA level 2 certified - reduced impact from multiple eco-attributes and/or social attributes. Ranked in three tiers: level 1, 2, or 3