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Expressly HUBERT® Chrome Plated Steel 3-Shelf Wire Station Cart - 72"L x 24"W x 49"H

Stock No.: 71593 , UPC: 191538078996 Brand: Expressly Hubert
Price: $980.00
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  • Chrome-plated steel construction for long-lasting durability
  • Includes (3) 2mm thick PVC liners, one for each shelf size
  • Four locking casters for easy transport
  • The bottom 2 shelves hold 378 lbs. each, small top shelf holds 44 lbs. Cart holds 800 lbs. total - evenly distributed
  • Assembly required

The Expressly HUBERT® 3-shelf wire station cart features a chrome-plated steel construction designed to stand up to daily commercial use. The unit has a 36" x 14" x 14 1/2" (L x W x H) top shelf and two 72" x 24" (L x W) lower shelves with a total height of 49". The wire station cart also includes a clear acrylic liner, one for each shelf size. For ease of mobility there are 4 locking casters included. The bottom (2) shelves hold 378 lbs. each, small top shelf holds 44 lbs.; Cart holds 800 lbs. total - evenly distributed. An optional cylinder holder and cylinders and wire basket are available for additional storage (all sold separately).

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Stock No. 71593
Brand Expressly Hubert
Case Pack 1
Material Steel
Color CHROME, liner is PVC
Secondary Material PVC
Secondary Color Clear
Weight Capacity The bottom (2) shelves hold 378 lbs, small top shelf holds 44 lbs - evenly distributed.
No. of Shelves 3
Caster Detail 5" Dia, all w/brakes
Shipping Information Assembly Required
Warranty 10 Year Limited
Certifications NSF

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