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Edsal

Model UR361860

Internet #100203714

Store SKU #161800

60 in. H x 36 in. W x 18 in. D 4-Shelf Steel Commercial Shelving Unit in Gray

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You can assemble this Edsal light duty steel shelving unit vertically as shelves or horizontally as a workbench for your office or home. Its neutral color goes with everything in your home. You can adjust this multi-purpose unit's shelves in 1.5 in. increments to fit any storage need. It features a rivet lock system that provides strength and rigidity.

  • Total weight capacity of 2000 lbs. (when evenly distributed), enabling you to store a large number of household and personal items
  • Steel beams and shelves with wood grain particle boards and a durable gray enamel finish
  • 4 shelves that provide ample storage for bins, boxes, tools, food containers and more
  • Easy installation with just a hammer (sold separately) and no nuts or bolts
  • 1-year manufacturer warranty
  • Can be assembled horizontally as a workbench

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60 in. H x 36 in. W x 18 in. D 4-Shelf Steel Commercial Shelving Unit in Gray
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Missing some brackets

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July 25, 2016
I'm missing some of the brackets after a move, is it possible to order them?
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August 21, 2016
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. You can contact the vendor for replacement brackets. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
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Are you able to add casters to this product?

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August 23, 2016
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Thank you for your question. I am sorry casters cannot be added to this unit. I hope this helps.
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Edsal shelving couplers??

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June 1, 2016
Can these shelves be erected without the couplers? home depot did not provide the couplers?
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Castle Rock, CO
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June 3, 2016
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You could overlap the corner supports, buy or find some small nuts and bolts, and bolt them together... but they are made to be in alignment, and that would shorten the unit and be unnecessarily tacky. I'm surprised the manufacturer left the couplers out of the box. Why not just take the unit back and exchange it? If it was a discounted open box or something, the manufacturer can supply extra parts.
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June 3, 2016
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I don't know what you mean by "couplers." the slats that you put in to hold the wood shelf have the piece on them that hooks into the shelving. There are no separate small pieces.
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Central, NY
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June 2, 2016
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Yes, but in a different configuration. They can be assembled without couplers at a height of 36". Actually you can make two 36" units using the parts from one 72" shelving unit. If you need the 72" height, you can get free replacement couplers from Edsal. Call 773 475 3137 or 773 475 3131, the numbers indicated on the orange paper enclosure. Edsal will supply couplers and posts. Just tell them you bought Read More
Yes, but in a different configuration. They can be assembled without couplers at a height of 36". Actually you can make two 36" units using the parts from one 72" shelving unit. If you need the 72" height, you can get free replacement couplers from Edsal. Call 773 475 3137 or 773 475 3131, the numbers indicated on the orange paper enclosure. Edsal will supply couplers and posts. Just tell them you bought them at HD and the parts were missing. Beams and braces (horizontal shelf supports) are sometimes on Amazon from $10-$12 each (hardly a bargain). When you get the couplers and are ready to assemble, take a hammer and depress the middle portion of each side of the coupler so that when you hammer position it on the post it does not go on too far. I recently purchased about 17 of these units and have assembled them in various configurations to suit my needs. I recommend you look over the questions and answers from other posters prior to assembly for tips and ideas. Good luck. . Read Less
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I would like to use this to display 2 50 gallon reptile tanks. The unit would sit on carpet. Would it be a tipping hazard?

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While they are steel, I'd be very leary to put something that large without anchoring it to the wall, better safe than sorry. If it were me, I'd consider it a tipping hazard with what you are placing on it
I have mine set on carpet they dig in as does a lot of heavy furniture, you can get all sorts of carpet protectors for heavy furniture if that's a concern
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While they are steel, I'd be very leary to put something that large without anchoring it to the wall, better safe than sorry. If it were me, I'd consider it a tipping hazard with what you are placing on it
I have mine set on carpet they dig in as does a lot of heavy furniture, you can get all sorts of carpet protectors for heavy furniture if that's a concern
I would suggest running a 1x4 along the wall where it would sit - attach the 1x4 to the studs in at least
2 places in wall.........., then run a screw that has a head larger than slot and anchor it to wall on both back upright rails between 3rd & 4th shelves, paint 1x4 to match your wall, I have done this with hanging curtains, racks etc and with a 1x4 painted to match wall it's not distracting but works better than a molly for heavy things
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Once assembled these units cannot be slid to position. The weakest link in a good design is the upright corner post. They seem rather flimsy and I would suggest you get some plastic furniture casters to place under the corner posts, which make it easier to slide on smooth surfaces, and not result in bent corner posts. I have just recently installed 15 of these units in the garage and cellar in different Read More
Once assembled these units cannot be slid to position. The weakest link in a good design is the upright corner post. They seem rather flimsy and I would suggest you get some plastic furniture casters to place under the corner posts, which make it easier to slide on smooth surfaces, and not result in bent corner posts. I have just recently installed 15 of these units in the garage and cellar in different configurations. Note that one cannot move these by picking up these shelves by the horizontal parts (beams and braces) or they will come apart. On a thick carpet the posts will sink into it, they will be immoveable. If you need extra parts, Yankee Supply has them, I also found them on Amazon for about $11 each. Good luck. Read Less
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YES they would, indeed. First of all the shelves are made of 1/2 " particle board, have no structural integrity. They will not only sag with time and dampness, but if they get wet, they will collapse. You should replace them w 3/4" plywood and seal them with multiple coats of polyurethane.
Edsal also makes a heavier duty shelving unit that features welded wire shelves.These would suit your purpose in a
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YES they would, indeed. First of all the shelves are made of 1/2 " particle board, have no structural integrity. They will not only sag with time and dampness, but if they get wet, they will collapse. You should replace them w 3/4" plywood and seal them with multiple coats of polyurethane.
Edsal also makes a heavier duty shelving unit that features welded wire shelves.These would suit your purpose in a better manner.
Either way you would need to tether these shelves to the wall, especially if you plan to put the tanks on the upper 2 shelfs.You can purchase tether devices that are used to prevent flatscreen TVs from falling off furniture / stands.
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Bill --
That's a tough question and you'll probably get various opinions. I'll give you mine: There is a tipping hazard with any shelf unit where weight is placed higher on the unit and when you position it on a surface that isn't rock stable, like carpet. Assuming the tanks are on the two bottom shelves, you would probably be ok. Even so, depending upon the thickness of the carpet nap and the Read More
Bill --
That's a tough question and you'll probably get various opinions. I'll give you mine: There is a tipping hazard with any shelf unit where weight is placed higher on the unit and when you position it on a surface that isn't rock stable, like carpet. Assuming the tanks are on the two bottom shelves, you would probably be ok. Even so, depending upon the thickness of the carpet nap and the thickness and density of the padding under it, there will likely be a tendency for the shelf unit to rock a bit if it's touched. It would take some effort to push it over, but the water in the tanks could slosh. If you put the tanks on the two middle shelves, the center of gravity is that much higher which means greater risk. Whether that matters depends upon who is around the area and the likelihood of someone (or a pet) coming into contact with the shelf unit. Also, the motion that would be imparted to the water in the tanks from bumping the shelf would be greater.
One suggestion would be to remove the "carpet factor" by buying or making some small spiked feet to put under the legs of the shelf unit, so that the weight is transferred through the carpet to the subfloor. They used to make these to keep furniture from damaging carpet; I'm not sure if they're still made. A small piece of wood with nails or screws sticking through around the perimeter would accomplish the same thing, although you would want to find a good way to lock the shelf unit feet on top to ensure they never slid off. The commercial plastic versions had a recess in the top for furniture legs.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 216 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by extra pantry After assembling the rack I realized that the shelves were made of pressed wood. For what I'm stacking it with it will work out fine. I wouldn't recommend it for heavy mechanical greasy items. April 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 60 in. H x 36 in. W x 18 in. D 4-Shelf Steel Commercial Shelving Unit in Gray went together very easy and was easy to modify to fit August 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Investment These shelving units are a great investment. You can assemble them in minutes and transforms your space into a much more efficient and organized storage room. July 20, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Shelf Unit for Home While it says commercial this is more like a high end home unit. Easy to assemble without tools but a rubber mallet was useful to set some parts into their holes. Nice deep shelf so things don't fall off. The particle board shelfs are rather thin and bow a bit. I chose to replace them with plywood I had at home which is why I rated it 4 stars. Very satisfied for what I plan to store on the shelves in my closet. June 28, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by easy to put together This shelving is real easy to put together. We bought one last year and ended up buying another one. The only this I would say if you're going to be storing liquids on this, i.e. kids' bubbles or weed killer, to put something on top of the shelf in case of any spills. This type of material will soak up the liquid and greatly affect the integrity of the shelf. June 14, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Be aware that modifications are needed Here's the trick to dealing with the couplers... once you tap them into place on the bottom rails, they tend to slide further down once you begin tapping the top rails into them. You will need to drill a hole through the bottom rail, via the hole already in the coupler, so that you can place a screw in there --- to keep it from continuing to slide down once you begin tapping the top rails into place. It's the only thing that will hold the couplers in place while you work on attaching the top rails. See attached photo. This must be done before attempting to attach the top rails! Because there's no way to remove the couplers if they go down too far. June 1, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Flimsy You get what you pay for. It's doing the job for now. June 7, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Missing parts The package was supposed to contain 8 upright posts. It only contained 4. The package was unopened when I brought it home. I've learned the hard way NEVER to buy an opened package from Home Depot as parts will be missing with 99% certainty. Didn't matter this time. The package was sealed and parts were still missing. I shouldn't have been surprised as there is a separate insert with the instructions which gives you an number to call if any parts are missing. Obviously this happens enough for them to give you the Edsal customer service number ready to go. The shelf claims to be able to hold 2,000 pounds. I seriously doubt that as the shelves are very flimsy. Home depot needs to seriously reconsider using this company as a vendor. May 6, 2016
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