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Chrome Wire Shelf 60 x 30 with Clips

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Chrome Wire Shelf 60 x 30 with Clips

Item #: WB188542D

Sold By: globalindustrial.com

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Chrome Wire Shelf
Customize your chrome wire shelving units with additional shelves. Hard, durable chrome plated finish is attractive enough for retail display, but withstands warehouse conditions as well. Shelves adjust without unit disassembly using 4 included black plastic sleeves. Open wire shelf helps minimize dust accumulation. Truss perimeter design provides extra strength and reinforcement for greater capacity.

Use with Chrome Shelf Posts.

Product Specifications

    • WIDTH INCHES60
    • DEPTH INCHES30
    • CAPACITY LBS800
    • COLOR FINISHChrome
    • ASSEMBLYAssembled
    • BRANDNexel
    • CONSTRUCTIONSteel
    • DESCRIPTIONWire
    • MANUFACTURERS PART NUMBERS3060C
    • MODEL188542D
    • accessory_typeShelf
    • WIRE FINISH TYPEChrome
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I am interested in the 14" deep shelf and would like to know for that specific depth if the support center support that runs the width of the shelf is a re-inforced truss or a single wire.

Question Asked By: Don , May 14, 2012

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