TV Stand w/ Wheels & 4 Pocket Literature Rack, For 32-47", Height-Adjustable – Black
Black LCD TV Stand with 4 Acrylic Literature Pockets
Number of Pockets: 4


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$373.99 / Each (USD)
  • Adjustable Height
  • Four Locking Wheels
  • Trifold Compartments


LCD Rack w/ Pamphlet Pockets Supports 32” – 47” Flat Screens

This LCD rack w/ pamphlet pockets is height-adjustable for use on a trade show or convention room floor, in an office meeting, or at a conference. Economically priced, durably constructed, this television stand with a magazine holder has acrylic dividers so brochures can be seens from a distance. This tiered rack w/ pamphlet pockets enables the user to mount two flat screens for an impactful advertising experience for clients. This LCD rack w/ pamphlet pockets is constructed of steel and capable of holding a monitor of up to 47" weighing up to 77 lbs.


GTIN 840844134017
Overall Width x Depth 18.0" x 25.5"
Height Range Min. x Max. 46.3" x 69.5"
Pocket Width x Height x Depth 8.6" x 9.4" x 1.1"
Weight 55.0lbs
Material Steel, High Impact Acrylic
Finish Powder-Coated
Placement Type Floor Standing
Orientation Portrait, Landscape
Features Wheels, Adjustable Height, Multi-Tiered
Color Black
Secondary Color Clear
VESA Size 200x100, 200x200, 300x300, 400x200, 400x400, 600x400, 400x600
Min Monitor Size 32"
Max Monitor Size 47"
Bracket Type Tilting, Rotating
Max Monitor Weight 77.0lbs
Pocket Type Multi-Pocket
Number of Pockets 4

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Resources: Manuals, Videos, & Templates

mounting instruction

Filename: rm9_instructions.pdf (1.77 MB)

MB842 - assembly

Filename: mb842-assemblyinstructions.pdf (55.35 KB)

MPB Series Instructions

Filename: mpb series instructions.pdf (577.26 KB)


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