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Silver Epoxy Wire Shelving-Sold (4) Per Case

· 3 year warranty
· Load capacity 600-800lbs
· Electro statically applied powder epoxy coating
· Thermal cured hard satin gloss finish
· Numbered post for easy assembly
· Also available in green epoxy & chrome

Extra Shelf Clips: (Set of 4 Per Bag)  CWP-SC-E $$1.80 Ea. Bag

S-Hooks: (Set of 4 Per Bag) CWP-SH $3.35 Ea. Bag

Wire Shelving Specification Sheet:

Shelving shall be of the type manufactured by Cannonware Products.It shall carry the approval of the National Sanitation Foundation (NSF).

Shelves shall be composed of bright basic carbon steel wire. Posts shall be cold rolled carbon steel tubing, electric welded.

To be either silver or dark green in color. Surface preparation of steel to be zinc phosphate, with epoxy powder coating electrostatically applied and thermostatically cured. 

Three year warranty.

Construction shall be of open wire design to offer better visibility, less weight, increased air circulation and minimal accumulation of dust.

Face ribs shall run front to back equally spaced on 13/16” centers and to be of 9 gauge (0.148”) wire. All four sides of each shelf shall consist of a corrugated, reinforcing truss of 6 gauge (0.192”) wire. At the front and back of the shelf, this corrugated, reinforcing shall be welded to ¼” (0.250”)  rib wire running perpendicular and above the face ribs. A ¼” (0.250”) rib shall be welded to the bottom of the truss. At the ends of the shelf, the corrugated reinforcing truss shall be welded to parallel ¼”(0.250”) wire ribs. Depending upon the width and length of the shelf, it shall have three or five longitudinal ribs (0.192”wire) welded to the face ribs. In addition, certain longer lengths shall have one or two corrugated  reinforcing trusses (0.192”) welded to the underside. At each corner of the shelf there shall be a tapered, conical fitting made of 12 gauge (0.104”) cold rolled steel to the parallel rib supports. The fitting shall be designed to accommodate the vertical supports. The corrugated truss shall be in the shape of the letter “V”.

600-800 lbs. per shelf evenly distributed, depending upon the size. Maximum load per assembled unit not to exceed 2,000 lbs. without casters.

Shelves are packed in quantities of 4 per carton, except for 54”, 60” and 72” lengths, which are packed in a quantities of 2 per carton.