Internet #202808804

Model # PRC12-2-27-R-W

Store SKU #174309

0029274211134

19 in. H x 11 in. W. 23 in. D Steel In-Cabinet 27 Qt. Double Pull-Out Trash Can in White

  • Pull-out system with heavy duty ball bearings works flawlessly
  • Sturdy steel frame secures and holds bins in place
  • Includes two 27 qt. capacity bins
$ 64 99

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Product Overview

  • Pull-out system with heavy duty ball bearings works flawlessly
  • Sturdy steel frame secures and holds bins in place
  • Includes two 27 qt. capacity bins
This double 27 qt. Pull-Out Trash/Recycling Bin Unit, from Real Solutions by Knape & Vogt, features two 27 qt. white waste bins, held securely in place on a sliding steel frame. A specialized wire management system keeps bins secure while pulling them out of the cabinet on Knape & Vogt epoxy-coated, heavy-duty ball bearing precision slides. Bottom-mount unit provides stability and is preassembled for fast installation. Installs easily using only 4 screws (included).
  • Durable steel construction holds waste bins securely in place
  • Heavy-duty ball bearing precision slides
  • Includes 2 white 27 qt. bins for sorting waste and recyclables
  • Bins fit firmly into the wire cages
  • Installs easily with 4 screws (included)
  • Pull-out system installs with 4 screws (not included)

Product Overview

  • Pull-out system with heavy duty ball bearings works flawlessly
  • Sturdy steel frame secures and holds bins in place
  • Includes two 27 qt. capacity bins
Model #: PRC12-2-27-R-W
Sku #: 174309
Internet #: 202808804

This double 27 qt. Pull-Out Trash/Recycling Bin Unit, from Real Solutions by Knape & Vogt, features two 27 qt. white waste bins, held securely in place on a sliding steel frame. A specialized wire management system keeps bins secure while pulling them out of the cabinet on Knape & Vogt epoxy-coated, heavy-duty ball bearing precision slides. Bottom-mount unit provides stability and is preassembled for fast installation. Installs easily using only 4 screws (included).

  • Durable steel construction holds waste bins securely in place
  • Heavy-duty ball bearing precision slides
  • Includes 2 white 27 qt. bins for sorting waste and recyclables
  • Bins fit firmly into the wire cages
  • Installs easily with 4 screws (included)
  • Pull-out system installs with 4 screws (not included)

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Specifications

Dimensions

Minimum Cabinet Opening (in.)
11.38
Product Depth (in.)
23
Product Height (in.)
19
Product Width (in.)
11.38

Details

Color Family
White
Color/Finish
White
Features
No Additional Features
Kitchen Product Type
Waste Containers
Material
Plastic
Recommended Use
Inside Cabinet
Returnable
30-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Lifetime

Specifications

Dimensions

Minimum Cabinet Opening (in.)
11.38
Product Depth (in.)
23
Product Height (in.)
19
Product Width (in.)
11.38

Details

Color Family
White
Color/Finish
White
Features
No Additional Features
Kitchen Product Type
Waste Containers
Material
Plastic
Recommended Use
Inside Cabinet
Returnable
30-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Lifetime

Questions & Answers

Sorry if this is a stupid question, but do the bins take a standard size of trash bag / disposabl...

Sorry if this is a stupid question, but do the bins take a standard size of trash bag / disposable liner, and if so, what size is it? I'm asking because I've looked for 27-qt bags and there doesn't seem to be such a size. There are 8-gallon bags (32 qt) and "7-10"-gallon bags. Would either do? Is either of those sizes a better fit for these bins? If neither, then what? Thanks.
Asked by: quourteous
Thanks for replies, all. 13-gallon or 'tall' bags is is, then – good to know. A couple of suggestions for Knape & Vogt, based on the way I manage my garbage, in case it helps: In a two-bin rig, where one bin is for food waste and one is for recyclables, the food waste bin can and should be smaller than the recyclable bin. Why? The food waste goes bad, smells, and attracts bugs, so I tie/seal the bag daily and take it out every night. That means it only ever contains a day's food waste – not much volume. For that purpose, I use standard supermarket bags. They are free, and I'm re-using them, and I never run out – everybody wins. Standard supermarket bags are 36 inches circumference (side-gusseted) and 15 inches tall, not counting the handles. That suggests that a bin made to fit them so that the bags fold over the top (by, say, 3 inches, to stay neatly in place) would be 12 inches tall and maybe 10-7/8x7 inches WxD to fit the standard-width pull-out slide rig. Then, the recyclables bin could be bigger and still fit in the same sized slide rig behind the smaller food-waste bin. That would be good too, because the recyclables are 'dry waste' so don't need to be taken out daily (I presume everybody at least rinses them out) and because they are naturally much bulkier than food waste. A small recyclables bin is just extra unnecessary work. So the two suggestions are: 1. Make the food waste bin smaller, the right size to accept standard supermarket bags 2. Use the space saved to make the recyclables bin as big as possible. Thanks, best,
Answered by: quourteous
Date published: 2019-09-24

What is the smallest cabinet opening width that will accommodate this?

What is the smallest cabinet opening width that will accommodate this?
Asked by: Maggie
Probably 12 to 12.5 inches to allow for the railings to move freely.
Answered by: Bill
Date published: 2020-03-08

Can I purchase a front cabinet door bracket so the door is attached?

Asked by: Genny
I didn't look for or see that enhancement when purchasing but it would have been cool
Answered by: Bill
Date published: 2018-05-02

We have a lip at the bottom of the cabinet we want to install this unit into. Will that be a prob...

We have a lip at the bottom of the cabinet we want to install this unit into. Will that be a problem?
Asked by: Steve
The garbage cans need to slide out of the cabinet. Thus, a lip at the bottom will not allow for the proper function of your garbage disposal needs. Cut the lip out or drill some plywood down to your desired length.
Answered by: Stormtrooper
Date published: 2020-03-08
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