The CSM Infinity Cabinet Range offers the ultimate in matching storage options for the modern office.
December 23rd, 2010
The high quality, fully welded carcass of every cabinet is available in the same matching heights, widths and depths to allow designers to mix and match door styles to suit the clients needs, without changing the overall design lines of the fitout.
All Cabinets can be supplied in an unlimited range of colours, and is available with numerous door styles including Tambour (polypropylene, aluminium and PVC), Hinged, Retractable, Lateral Drawer, Media Drawer and also Open Bookcase Style.
Steel doors can have a range of perforated designs to enhance the office décor.
The Infinity Cabinet Range can be further enhanced by the addition of waterproof planter boxes which can have matching perforated designs.
Complimenting the Infinity Range are numerous accessories including adjustable dividers and shelf filing racks, pull out reference shelves, filing frames and media drawers plus Accufile Filing Products.
All Infinity Cabinet Products (excluding PVC Doors) are GECA (Good Environmental Choice) approved.
The Infinity Cabinet Range forms part of the comprehensive CSM Product portfolio which includes, other cabinet style, Rolling storage, Lockers, Storage Walls and Workspace Storage, which are all available on NSW Government Contract 1006 (Steel Storage).
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