Magnetic White Boards – Prima series

928.006,900.00

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• Super White’ Writing Grade Resin Coated Steel Surface as per International Standards. Can be Used For Sticking Notes, Stickers and Charts with the Help of Magnets
• Satin-finish Alloy Aluminium Frame and Precision Engineered Paper Honeycomb Core to Make the Board Warp-free and 100% Flat
• Excellent Erasibility with No Ghost-marks, Maximum Readability with Minimum Glare. High Scratch-resistance to Ensure Longevity
• Suitable for Use at Home, Offices and Schools. Works Well with Any Whiteboard Marker
• Package Contents: 1 Magnetic Whiteboard and 4 Wall Mounting Clip Sets

Resin Coated Steel Surface, Alloy Aluminium Frame and Paper Honeycomb Core
Grow your business with Nechams writing/display boards, flipchart stands, podiums, display stands, easels and art accessories, Non-magnetic (Melamine) Whiteboard is the perfect solution for those who are looking for dry erase marker boards for their offices, or commercial establishments or even home. The Prima series boards, as the name suggests, are prime in every aspect of design. Made from thicker aluminium sections and corners, these are fit for heavy application in any environment
All our boards are designed to provide excellent erasability, scratch-resistance and readability. Corners are made up of virgin ABS plastic for superior finish and aesthetics, the frame is made up of anodised alloy aluminium for maximum stiffness and paper honeycomb panels are used for the core to ensure extreme flatness and prevent warpage. The Silver/White colour combination makes the boards suitable for use in any environment. So, go ahead and experience the unlimited pleasure of writing on Nechams board

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1.5ft X 2ft, 10ft X 4ft, 3ft X 2ft, 4ft X 3ft, 6ft X 4ft, 8ft X 4ft

1 review for Magnetic White Boards – Prima series

I bought 10pcs 6×4 for our college, perfect smooth writing experience, Kudos Nechams boards

Abhirup Saha, Prof Dept of Physics GBU December 26, 2017 at 5:26 pm

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