tempered glass door

tempered glass door

Common application for commercial use.
See also: Dutch door
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Featuring a fashionable stainless steel design, galvanized interior, tempered glass door, and cool-touch handle, this 3.5-pound toaster oven ($39.99) measures 13" x 10" x 9.5" and is ready to take on most cooking jobs, while not cluttering up your countertop.
It is a stylish multi-door storage refrigerator that features a frameless full-flat tempered glass door that is scratch-resistant, easy to clean, with high-capacity storage and high-end appearance that compliments modern room interiors and provides elegance to every kitchen.
offers a choice of a full-height, tempered glass door with a vented perimeter
CLASSIC: Starbay walnut filing cabinet with 10 drawers and a tempered glass door, left, and Viscount William three seater in vintage leather, right
The collection offers a decorative inlay design with a rosewood maple finish, concealed storage, adjustable shelves and a tempered glass door. Bush also unveiled its 11-piece Westfield collection of commercial-quality office products for the home or small office, available in a cherry or graphite gray finish.
Door op-tions include a clear, tempered glass door (shown) or a solid panel door with the choice of a flat door liner or three in-door storage shelves.
This 6.1 cu.ft, general purpose model is available with either a clear, tempered glass door (shown) or a solid door that has three in-door storage shelves.
Door options include a clear, tempered glass door (shown) or a solid panel door with the choice of a flat door liner or three in-door storage shelves.
The power efficient inverter technology's compressor based frost, non-frost and tempered glass doors refrigerators turned into the hot cake, he said.