Your decision to buy BestBins gravity bins is a
smart one. Use these bins to dispense
candy & nuts, cereals, natural & organic foods,
bird seeds or pet foods  and merchandising in
bulk increases your volume &  profits.
Save Money!

These bins can be mounted on virtually any existing
display shelving system available.

Also, conserve valuable shelf and floor space.

No More Worries about Bin Maintenance!

All types of employees will be able to maintain and fill
these intelligently designed gravity bins with ease.

BestBins simple and efficient bin model has
only 9 parts.

Other polycarbonate gravity bin systems  have 14-20 parts
and  are cumbersome to assemble, clean and fill.

Locking strips are included with every bin order. The self-adhesive strip
attaches to the flat surface (shelving) and retains the bins safely in place.
Can be mounted on virtually any flat surface such as wood, metal or plastic
Gravity Bin Dispensers
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Yavor Trivonof
Proshop - Bulgaria
Sophisticated Simplicity
When shipped to you, each
BestBins dispenser consist of
only 5 components e.g, base/
container combo, lid, label holder,
false front and spout assembly.

Turn Spout Assembly left and pull it off Bin Container and then disassemble
the Spout Assembly by pressing the two clips on the End Cap towards each
other, thus separating the Handle Assembly from the End Cap. Turn Bag Grip
to the left to disconnect. Slide Container out of the Bin Base. Now you have
all 9 parts ready to be cleaned.        
All parts are Industrial  Dishwasher Proof!
For more specific information and/or price quotes contact us
(4-gallon / 15-liter)
(8-gallon / 30-liter)
4.75" W x 18" D x 16" H

121 mm x 457 mm x 406 mm
4.75" W x 18" D x 27" H

121 mm x 457 mm x 686 mm
To make bins operational, twist on spout assembly, put false front in place, fill
bin with product, seal bin by closing the lid, snap on the label holder.
To disassemble bin for cleaning is so easy!
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