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5-Shelf Height Adjustable Metal Wire Shelving Unit NSF Certified

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Product description

Size:14x36x72(1250LBS)  |  Color:Black

With this 5-shelf wire shelving unit, you can get the most out of your existing space! Four adjustable open shelves offer plenty of storage space for everything from pantry items in the kitchen, to binders and folders in the office. No tools required to assemble and uses a slip-sleeve locking system allowing shelves to be adjustable in 1" increments.

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Features

-Powder Coating Coverage

-Easy to Clean -Easy to Assemble

-V-Shaped Net -Strong Bearing Capacity

-Height Adjustable -Storage amp; Display

-Beautiful and Neat


◆The maximum weight capacity of the entire shelving unit is 1250 pounds.

◆The maximum weight capacity of each layer is 250 pounds.


Product Details

Size: 36"W x14"D x72"H


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5-Shelf Height Adjustable Metal Wire Shelving Unit NSF Certified

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