Eclipse® Tote Trolley without Trays - DET6
DIMENSIONSHeight: 768 mm Depth: 450 mm Width: 1050 mm
* Assembly variations
Please Note this item is Sold Without Trays
The Eclipse® Tote trolley has been a standard in the Western Australian education market for years it gets used to store each classes trays, allows for central storage and control of students work. Each Class or group can have seperate trolleys.
The Eclipse® Tote trolley can also be purchased with Eclipse plastic trays designed to fit the Education Department of Western Australia's Tote Trolley, Normal quantity for the Eclipse TOTE trolley would be 12 per Eclipse Tote Trolley
Dear Errol Our new furniture is lovely. Thanks very much for your care and assistance as well as that of your marvellous team. James and the hard working gentlemen (Peter, Gary and John) who did such a great job of the deliveries.The y worked quickly, efficiently and were very polite and helpful. Many Thanks
Balcatta Senior High School, Balcatta
Hi Jamie Big thank you for the two new service pod desks and to Karl for helping us out to get them set up. Both are now in situ and get the big thumbs up. Thank you Clara
Midland Public Library,
Hi Jamie, Thank you for doing such a great job with the supply of furniture at Bullsbrook. I was there this morning and it looks great Thank you. Kind regards, Julie-Anne
Ethel Warren Bullsbrook Community Centre & Library,
The Campaspe Regional Library Echuca officially opened on August 24, 2012. There are many stunning aspects within this facility, one of which is our wonderful shelving supplied by Eclipse Commercial Furniture. A range of mobile and static shelving provide the flexibility we were after, as well as incorporating face out shelving which helps promote our collection. The custom designed DVD, Audio and Picture book shelving work particularly well as they are easy for the customers to use as well as being appealing pieces of furniture. The slat wall bay panels colour and design complement the rest of the library's interior colours. The addition of iPad holders have proved to be a popular and very workable alternative to the traditional bay end opac. Access Office also provided a number of lap top tables which are terrific and are placed all through out the library. We are exceptionally pleased with the end result and thank Eclipse Commercial Furniture for completing this part of the project for us and for addressing any problems that arose during the installation.< /p>
Campaspe Regional Library Echuca , Echuca
Hi Errol "Many thanks for the smooth delivery and installation of our furniture. We are especially grateful to Carl who went above and beyond the last couple of days." Ghylène Palmer Senior Librarian - Mount Lawley & Bunbury Campus Libraries
EDITH COWAN UNIVERSITY BUNBURY & MOUNT LAWLEY LIBRARY,
Thank you to James, Jamie, Errol, Jon and all the Access staff who worked on this project. Our shelving, bay ends and curvy children’s shelves look brilliant. Your company have been wonderful to work with, so helpful and professional. The installation was a breeze. I am happy to recommend Access to anyone needing an expert solution to their shelving needs. Kim Hunter Library Manager
Success Library , City of...
A nice word from Procurement at SJG (St John of God - Health Care) You’re marvellous Geoff Thank You John Warren, Group Manager, Supply Logistics and Project Capital Equipment Procurement Group Services WA
St John of God - Health Care, Midland
Wow the units look amazing, the teachers are extremely happy with the resul t. K ind regards Michelle West Greenwood Primary School
West Greenwood Primary School,
Errol and the rest of the team have done an excellent job assisting us in putting together an affordable package of attractive and functional furniture for our recent reading lounge refurbishment. Many thanks all and we look forward to continuing to see your new lines of furniture and accessories in the coming years.
Thornlie Library, Gosnells
Looks brilliant. The guys did a great job. Look forward to the ends on next month. Thanks for everything.
The University of Western Australia, Claremont