- Capacity - Litres
- Construction Material
- Glass Reinforced Concrete (GRC)
- Depth - mm
- Height - mm
- Width - mm
With a design that dates back to 1968, the GRC litter bins are just as popular today as they were back then. They use alkaline resistant fibres and concrete to provide excellent vandal resistant properties with a higher degree of fire protection compared to any other litter bin currently available.
The bin has been designed with a narrow profile and features a slide-out lockable door with an attached galvanised liner with plastic sack bracket. As standard the door is fitted with a budget lock with the option to upgrade to a slam lock available. Slam lock is a stainless steel lock which is easily opened using a square T key and closes with a push of the door against a spring loaded boss. If you wish to upgrade to the slam lock, please select the lock upgrade option above.
The bin features two moulded ‘LITTER’ plates with one on the front and one on the back of the bin.
The GFC litter bins are available with a choice of either a textured, smooth or Victoriana finish. The textured finish uses PTX textured paint to give a rough finish not too dissimilar to sandpaper and is designed to prevent unwanted graffiti and posters being applied to the bin. The smooth finish uses a smoother pseudo-cast iron finish with only a slight texture and no roughness.
The Victoriana finishes uses the smooth finish with only a slight texture and no roughness with the addition of highlighted beading as standard to give a classic Victorian appearance. The Victoriana finish is a popular choice for heritage sites and town centres.
The unit is supplied with a pre-drilled base and can be securely bolted to the ground using the optional set of 4 RAWL bolts. Alternatively, ground anchor feet are available if the bin is to be sited into freshly laid concrete. The feet bolt to the bottom of the bin.
An optional Easyfit ashtray is available and features a spring loaded butterfly bottom for quick emptying into the liner below. A stainless steel stubber plate can be added to the lid of the bin and this has been designed to encourage smokers to use it to stub out their cigarettes instead of using the body of the bin and leaving unsightly marks on it.