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Our award-winning glass whiteboards have been fully designed with you in mind. These tools are designed to help spark innovation, drive creativity, and boost productivity to soaring new heights. Our modern approach to the glass board provides a minimalist design, polished edge, and seamless wall attachment that serves as the perfect writing surface.

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Our marker boards utilize an opaque coating applied to the glass resulting in a magnetic, projectable, and writable surface. Traditionally marker boards are white, but we can produce them in a wide variety of colors from our Solid Color+ line and can include design elements like logos, quotes, and calendars.

That allows us to offer a lifetime guarantee against staining. It also makes our whiteboards the easiest to clean and keep white and bright, making them a favorite of facility managers, teachers, and business people.

EVERWhite bulletin tack boards have high density, self-healing cork that stands up to years of repeated use. When tacks are removed, the pin hole seals up. The natural cork sheet is laminated to a hardwood backing.

Whether you call them whiteboards, dry erase boards or marker boards, Schools In carries a huge selection at all price points and sizes. In the classroom, whiteboards produce virtually no dust and require less cleanup than traditional chalkboards. They're also useful in the office, or anywhere that employees need to share information. We carry several models and styles, including magnetic whiteboards, magnetic porcelain dry erase boards, framed and unframed marker boards, steel dry erase boards, lined dry erase boards and more. Schools In also sells whiteboard resurfacing skins and magnetic dry erase board sheets to rejuvenate old or worn boards. Our reputable manufacturers ensure that you'll receive a quality board, whether you choose a Ghent, Marsh, Luxor, MooreCo or more. Check out our video above to learn more about the different whiteboards available and how to choose the best board for your classroom.

We work hard to deliver the best value on school furniture and equipment to our customers. In fact, there's only one thing we do better -- great customer service. So if you have any questions about our whiteboards, don't hesitate to call us at (877) 839-3330. A member of our friendly customer service team will be happy to assist you with your markerboard order.

A whiteboard (also known by the terms marker board, dry-erase board, dry-wipe board, and pen-board) is a glossy, usually white surface for making non-permanent markings. Whiteboards are analogous to blackboards, but with a smoother surface allowing for rapid marking and erasing of markings on their surface. The popularity of whiteboards increased rapidly in the mid-1990s and they have become a fixture in many offices, meeting rooms, school classrooms, and other work environments.

The term whiteboard is also used metaphorically in reference to features of computer software applications that simulate whiteboards. Such "virtual tech whiteboards" allow one or more people to write or draw images on a simulated canvas. This is a common feature of many virtual meeting, collaboration, and instant messaging applications. The term whiteboard is also used to refer to interactive whiteboards.

Whiteboards became commercially available in the early 1960s, but did not become widely used until 30 years later. Early whiteboards needed to be wiped with a damp cloth and markers had a tendency to leave marks behind, even after erasing the board.[2][3] Dry-erase markers for whiteboards were invented in 1975.[2]

Whiteboards began being commonly used by businesses in the early 1990s.[4] They became more common in classrooms during the 1990s due to concerns over health problems in children with dust allergies and the potential for chalk dust to damage computers. By the late 1990s, about 21% of American classrooms had converted from chalkboards to whiteboards.[5]

The first whiteboards were very expensive and were made of an enameled steel. Cheaper versions were then produced, including laminated chipboard, high-pressure laminates and steel boards with a matte-finished or glossy white, usually polyester or acrylic, coating. Enameled whiteboards, also referred to as porcelain and sometimes glass boards, have the advantage that markings can be erased completely; other materials tend to become stained over time. Enameled boards are more expensive and less used in commercial environments, but in more demanding environments with heavier use, such as educational establishments, porcelain boards are considered superior.

Other types of dry marker boards are also available, such as high gloss vinyl and coated paper, which can be rolled up, high-density two-part high gloss paints, glass and coated acrylics and polypropylene magic whiteboards which use static electricity to cling to walls, windows, and doors.

Clear marker surfaces, made of glass (matte or glossy) or specially coated acrylic, became available around the mid-2000s. They are generally manufactured from technical glass, e.g. for monitor screen filters, which is optically coated.

Whiteboard material can be bought in rolls, sheets, and pre-formed boards. Adhesive whiteboards come in either a sheet or a roll and feature a stick back enabling the user to create a custom size board or project with the material. Although adhesive whiteboard material does not come in a thick, hard glass or painted steel plate, the melamine allows for a flexible material while preserving the high-quality whiteboard attributes of other surface materials.[6] Adhesive whiteboards allow for custom projects such as dry erase wall calendars, whiteboard tables, cupboard grocery lists, indoor games for kids, and more.[7]

One type of whiteboard pen (also called a whiteboard marker or dry erase marker) was invented by Jerry Woolf of Techform Laboratories and later patented by Pilot Pen in 1975.[8] It is a non-permanent marker and uses an erasable ink that adheres to the writing surface without binding to or being absorbed by it. Applications range from temporary writing with acetate sheets (for use with overhead projectors) to whiteboards and similar glossy surfaces. The erasable ink does not contain the toxic chemical compounds xylene and/or toluene, unlike permanent markers.

The glass used for our markerboards is tempered safety glass, which drastically reduces risk of injury should it shatter. Available in 4mm and 6mm thick glass, including both writeable matte and standard gloss as finish options. The magnetic option adds functionality using a sheet metal backer that makes the glass surface both a writeable and magnetic.

If you are looking for a standard size Glass Markerboard, we do offer a Quick Ship Program that has a limited selections of sizes, finishes, and color options. Now also offering accessories, including magnetic marker trays, a la carte accessories, and accessory kits.

Most people sell semi porous surfaces as white boards. Semi porous surfaces will permanently stain over time. Our whiteboards are REAL NON-POROUS dry erase boards. Our surfaces are guaranteed in writing to never permanently stain. Doesn't this sound better?

There are many places you can purchase whiteboards but there is a difference. We only sell REAL dry erase boards. Each of our selections has a non-porous surface. Others sell semi-porous surfaces that they call dry erase that can and will permanently stain over time. (Many of you in education know what we are talking about.) Stop wasting time and money, purchase real whiteboards directly from The Markerboard People, get non-porous dry erase boards and cut out the middle-man.

A whiteboard company that understands that both teachers and students respond better when they are using our amazing dry erase products. With more than 40 years of experience in making these boards, we have been able to regularly improve our products to enhance the experience for both students and teachers. For your peace of mind, we are the sole source and sell directly from the factory. That means we are the only place where you can purchase our superior, affordable, and economic wall boards, student boards, erasers, and low-odor dry erase markers!

Made from solid wood products, our student whiteboards are strong and durable. They are also green - containing up to 82% recycled content. To ensure they are safe for your classroom we have rounded off all of the edges and corners.

Dry-erase board with a wood frame is perfect for your planning and meeting needs. Large, white melamine surface offers plenty of space for you to write notes, ideas and other essential messages. Included marker tray holds markers (sold separately) so you're ready to write. Wood frame is made of medium-density fiberboard.

Bulletin boards are another communication tool that provide you with the opportunity to share your news in the boardroom, school hallway, or building reception area. Available in various colors and sizes.

C. Wall-mount boards feature aluminum trim, full-length tackable map rail, and full-length rounded marker trays with protective rubber end caps, plus all mounting hardware. 9-63402 4' x 6' ....................................List$737.00 Valiant price $475.00 9-63403 4' x 8' ....................................List$972.00 Valiant price $625.00 9-63404 4' x 10' .................................List $1,219.00 Valiant price $785.00

Deluxe porcelain steel markerboards have become the standard in visual education throughout the world, not only in schools, but also in offices, industry, and virtually anywhere visual teaching is important. Our boards can also be used as a magnetic surface.

Our boards have a 50 year life-of-the-building garauntee on their writing surface. The surface will accept just about any writing medium. The "dry-wipe" marker is the most popular medium used now, as it applies easily, and wipes off with almost no dust. The surface of our boards can also be used as a projection screen. 041b061a72


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