Edsal SC2024 Industrial Gray Commercial Service Cart, Steel, 500lbs Capacity, 24″ Width x 32″ Height x 36″ Depth, 3 Shelves

November 25, 2015 - Comment

For stock rooms shipping and receiving departments banks storerooms assembly lines etc. Service carts equipped with 5″ heavy-duty polypropylene casters 2 stationary and 2 swivel for easy portability and a stable work surface. Reversible pan type trays are 2″ deep with rolled edges to prevent items from falling or tipping. Formed steel tubular handle allows

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For stock rooms shipping and receiving departments banks storerooms assembly lines etc. Service carts equipped with 5″ heavy-duty polypropylene casters 2 stationary and 2 swivel for easy portability and a stable work surface. Reversible pan type trays are 2″ deep with rolled edges to prevent items from falling or tipping. Formed steel tubular handle allows finger-tip control in confined areas. Payload capacity 500lbs. Tough powder coat finish. 2 Levels.

Comments

Joseph Keifer says:

This cart is not as advertised. This cart was advertised as a three-shelf unit. The cart has only two shelves. The item was not packed well at all and, as a result, the shelves were bent and scratched upon inspection. This damage may have been a result of poor handling by UPS but the packing and “protection” (thin sheets of brown paper) of the individual components was not good at all. I had to reform several corners of each of the shelves for the uprights to fit. The thickness of the steel used in the shelves is very thin and I am wondering how this cart could support 500 pounds. The casters are quite cheaply made. Even though I am keeping it because I don’t like the hassle of returning an item such as this, all in all this is not a very sturdy item and I cannot recommend it.

M. B. Sanderson says:

Edsal Utility Cart This cart contains 2 shelves, not 3 as the description details. It arrived with significant structural and cosmetic damage and was very poorly packed, with only single sheets of newsprint between the shelves and the supports. The cart was easy to assemble but it’s also not particularly strong — I would hesitate to transport 300, let alone 500 pounds of weight on this cart. If I could do it again, I would buy a structural foam cart from a regional tool supplier.

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