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Pros and Cons of Trays on Hospital Boards

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33060N  Marker Clip

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Marker Trays and Clips                 Bolt on Tray Kits

Hospitals do not get trays 98% of the time because:
   1.  Our 33060N Magnetic marker clips work so well on our magnetic receptive boards
   2.  Trays stick out from the wall and are a hazard and obstacle for all your movable equipment
   3.  Trays on EZ-Hang change clean look and mounting method
   4.  Built in aluminum trays are a large shipping challenge and increase costs and shipping damage.
   5.  Erasers should not be allowed in patient rooms due to the fact they cannot be cleaned,  they are very porous and will hold germs and disease for years, and they are held in your hand.   We suggest paper towels, CaviWipes in conjunction with the 33060N Marker Clips

If you must have a tray, it needs to be ordered with the board and is not an option on the plastic frames.   Please discuss mounting with maintenance and be clear on installation and frame type before ordering boards.

If you need Trays to add as either separate trays not attached to board or magnetic trays see Trays

Frames with trays info
Type Frame Trays option Shipping of Trays How Done    
Plastic Thin No Tray not applicable      
Plastic Thick No Tray not applicable      
Ohio Aluminum Plastic Easy no Problem tray snaps on in field can be removed can be shorter saving money
6" to width of board
EZ-Hang Aluminum Adds to cost and
Damage in Transit
Built into Board Permanent and must be full length changes hanging & looks
not as clean with tray
Wood Wood Adds to cost and
Damage in Transit
Built into Board Permanent  
Skin Only you supply not applicable      
           
           

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