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Hirsh® Industries Commercial-Duty Shelving, 5 Shelves, 36"W, Black Item # 620199
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Assembles vertically or horizontally to fit your space
- Shelves are made of durable particleboard.
- Each unit holds up to 900 pounds of evenly distributed weight.
- Sturdy steel posts and support braces are finished in black, baked enamel.
- Quick assembly requires only a hammer.
- Backed by the manufacturer's limited lifetime warranty.
|for what kinds of tasks||storage|
|number of adjustable shelves||3|
|total number of shelves||5|
|warranty length||limited lifetime|
|weight capacity per shelf||180|
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Hirsh® Industries Commercial-Duty Shelving, 5 Shelves, 36"W, Black is rated out of 5 by 2.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Elena from imposible to assemble I purchased it a couple of weeks ago and still can't assemble it..all parts are falling apart
Date published: 2015-08-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by Barnacle from Do Not Purchase This Item! I checked 1 star on "Overall Rating," "Quality," amd "Meets Expectations" because they are required fields. My actual ratings would be in the minus category. I have assembled several types of metal shelving units and have never encountered one as frustrating to assemble as this one. It has the most ill-conceived assembly system I can imagine. The corner posts are good enough quality but the "aprons" (pieces fastened into the corner posts at each end and front and back to hold the shelves) are so flimsy they are easily bent. The instructions tell you to put cardboard under the bottom of the posts to avoid damaging floors or carpets. Rubber or molded plastic caps for the bottom of the posts would work much better. Trying to insert 2 thin metal flanges (part of and therefore the same flimsy metal as the aprons) into the grooves in the corner posts is difficult at best and blood-pressure raising at worst. I spent a great deal of time over a week and a half working on this shelving unit. Most days I would drop the pieces on the floor in frustration after finally getting an apron in place only to have the post lean and dislodge it. The worst part is getting the upper posts in place balanced precariously on the lower posts while trying to insert one flange in the top of the bottom post and the other into the bottom of the top post. I have finally completed the assembly but the unit is not stable; I'm hoping the weight of the books I plan to store on it will help. This unit is definitely not up to the usual Office Depot standards. I would recommend a fitting sentence for the person who developed this assembly system (and I suspect never actually assembled one) to be to spend the rest of his career doing nothing but assembling one after another.
Date published: 2010-05-24