14GA Extra Heavy Duty, Louvered or Solid Shelving

  • 14GA Type 300 Series Stainless Steel Double Flange
  • Shelf Edges are Turned Down 90° & in 45°
  • Underside of Each Edge of Shelf is Notched & Continuously Welded to Gussets
  • Posts are 158” OD Tubes, 16GA S/S with Welded in Top Caps & Adjustable S/S Feet
  • Units Ship Knock-Down
  • Casters Add 5″ to Overall Height of Shelving Units
  • Picture Shown with Optional Casters
  • Certified by: NSF

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