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Phoenix Pastry Chef

September 14, 2012 20:37

Rate : 5 out of 5 Stars

Look closely at the image. This 18 x 18 wire shelf isn't like other wire shelving. One side, the front, has a very low lip, the other three have the edges welded on the upper side to help retain items on the shelf. Essentially, these three sides are the opposite of normal wire shelving. This was perfect for me, as I am using the shelves to create a storage unit for bottles of liquids and wanted something to help keep the bottles on the shelves. Yes, I got some shelf ledges from ULINE as well, but this design is super-secure. The size was convenient for my needs, and they are very sturdy. I have them leaded with about 80 pounds of inventory without any issues, I'm sure they could hold a lot more weight.


Levi Maison

Initial Post:
January 13, 2016 8:40

Is the other side flat? I have a 18 x 18 container that I need to put on and it won't fit unless one side is flat.



jerry

In reply to an earlier post:
May 16, 2017 21:55

[Quote: Is the other side flat? I have a 18 x 18 container that I need to put on and it won't fit unless one side is flat.]

The dimensions are all the outside dimensions, not the inside of the wire. So the 18" x 18" is the outside of the wire not counting the posts--which are each 1" diameter at all four corners. The space between the posts is 15+", so an 18" square item will not fit unless it is on top of the unit. The support sides being on top is good if you don't want stuff falling off the back/side. However, if you want to put on longer items on these shelves, that means they will stick further out the front because the item(s) on that shelf will hit the back support edge.



Scrambler

In reply to an earlier post:
May 24, 2017 1:20

[Quote: Is the other side flat? I have a 18 x 18 container that I need to put on and it won't fit unless one side is flat.]

Are the poles and shelf made by the same manufacturer ? I thinking fitment for 1" poles that are not from Seville ! Thanks