Lot 1: 39878-1. Qty. 98 APC power strips, model AP7941. Used. All working, no defects, 3 years old. On pallet.
Lot 2: 40350-1. Qty. 92 APC power strips, model AP7941. Used. All working, no defects, 3 years old. On pallet.
These items are located at the Bowman Building: 4625 Union Bay Place NE. For questions or to schedule a viewing appointment, please contact Treg Oistad, Program Support Supervisor, at 206-221-7981/ tregger at uw dot edu.
To purchase these items, you may visit the UW Surplus Store, or call 206-685-1573 and ask for the cashier’s office. We accept cash, money orders, debit and credit card (Visa, Mastercard, and Discover). We are unable to accept personal checks or American Express cards.
All items are sold as-is, where-is, with no warranty stated nor implied.
Are you particularly attached to carpet & flooring glues? Because we’ve got several tubs available including: Mannington MT-790, Mannington Infinity, Mannington V-82, and InterfaceFlor Grid-Set Green Glue 2000 (which frankly sounds the most exciting to us).
Available in the March 15th auction!
40075-43, -44, -46, -47, and -48. They’re big, they roll, and they blow. These big fans are by Cool Zone and ought to ensure your zone stays cool for sure. Each fan unit is just under 6’ high.
40135-27 (mailbag holder-SOLD!) and -26 (cart). From the You-Don’t-See-That-Everyday Department come these retro-rad wood and metal mailroom items—a mailbag holder with clips and lift-up wooden surface, and the wood-base mail cart with clips and wheels. Myriad potential new uses and a funky look ensure these items will go fast! Mailbag Holder/ Tables measures 28 x 15 x 39”H; cart measures 19 x 43 x 42”H.
We have enough light bulbs now to warrant their own mini section! Choose from bulbs by GE, Sylvania, Philips, and more! Available bulbs include incandescent, 15w, multivapor, tubular, high-intensity arc + other projector bulbs, and many more!
40119-3. Behold, the Detecto-Lite scale! It looks like the sort of scale on which you’d weigh an infant, but we’re thrown by the green metal. Were there a lot of baby-weighing needs at the general store back in the day?