#1 Home Improvement Retailer

Internet #100194576

Model #2812

Store SKU #435592

Store SO SKU #1000542895

ShelfTrack 84 in. x 1 in. White Standard

  • Durable steel construction with white epoxy finish
  • Double-slotted design provides added strength and durability
  • Compatible with ShelfTrack Closet Systems
  • See More Details

Frequently Bought Together

+
+
Price:

Product Overview

ClosetMaid designed this bracket exclusively for the ShelfTrack hang track and bracket system, which allows wire shelves to be adjusted to any height. The system creates a versatile storage solution, great for both your large and small spaces. Durable metal construction and double-slotted design provide strength and durability. Standard brackets need to be placed no more than 24 in. apart and 4 in. from the end of a shelf for the utmost stability.
  • Works as part of the ShelfTrack hang track and bracket system (sold separately) to be able to support the weight of all your garments
  • Solid steel construction to accommodate heavier items
  • Works as part of the ShelfTrack hang track and bracket system to create ample shelf and hanging space for all your closet essentials
  • Easy installation with the ShelfTrack hang track system
  • White epoxy finish
  • Manufacturer replacement of missing or damaged parts
  • Click Here for Ideas and Designs
  • Click Here for a Demo of the Design Tool

Info & Guides

You will need Adobe® Acrobat® Reader to view PDF documents. Download a free copy from the Adobe Web site.

Compare Similar Closet Hardware

ShelfTrack 84 in. Nickel Standard
current product
Best SellerShelfTrack 84 in. x 1 in. White Standard
ShelfTrack 80 in. Nickel Hang Track
BrandClosetMaidClosetMaidClosetMaid
NameShelfTrack 84 in. Nickel StandardShelfTrack 84 in. x 1 in. White StandardShelfTrack 80 in. Nickel Hang Track
Price
Ratings
(75)
(328)
(93)
Compatible With MaterialMetal/WireMetal/WireMetal/Wire
Accessory TypeTrack/RailShelf Tracks,Shelving HardwareTrack/Rail
MaterialSteelSteelSteel
Number of Brackets101
View ProductView ProductView Product

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Length (in.)
84 in

Details

Accessory Type
Shelf Tracks,Shelving Hardware
Bracket Type
Standard Support Bracket
Color Family
White
Color/Finish
White
Compatible With Material
Metal/Wire
Features
No Additional Features
Included
No additional components or accessories are included
Material
Steel
Number of Brackets
0
Package Quantity
1
Returnable
90-Day
Storage Product Type
Brackets

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Manufacturer will replace any missing or damaged parts. Please call Customer Service at 1-800-874-0008 for warranty information.

Questions & Answers

38Questions51Answers

Is there any reason not to just use the 84 inch standards for a bedroom closet (nearly floor to c...

Asked by Pearl720 September 2, 2020
5
Answers

You answered your own question. an 84" standarf gives you maximum flexibility

Size of hole for bolt for Top support track and vertices bars

Asked by Jay April 18, 2020
5
Answers

If you are focused on mounting into studs, 1/4 is more than adequate. The top support track should be connected to each stud it passes, or a minimum of three. Disclaimer: I am not a pro, but appreciate the value of the product being discussed.

What are the weight load specification for these wall tracks and shelf brackets? Track system s...

Asked by John January 17, 2020
4
Answers

Instruction says up to 400 pounds.

How far does it stick out from the wall once mounted?

Asked by Sara December 4, 2019
4
Answers

5/8ths of an inch

If I am using a hang track, what do I need to attach the ShelfTrack standard to the wall? Is jus...

Asked by RL September 11, 2019
7
Answers

The horizontal hang track allows for flexibility in the spacing between the verticals and does give weight-bearing support but I think you are the only one that can answer your question. If you want to make it as strong as possible, use screws into suds on the verticals. The horizontal track does mean that less mounting points may be necessary on the verticals. There is no time that i would recommend mounting into the sheetrock without the appropriate anchor. If you are going to secure it (recommended) then do it right.

Do they come in black ,

Asked by Lonnie August 14, 2019
5
Answers

Not from the store. Silver and white

Is this compatible with any wooden shelve instead of wire shelve? I want to use this system to h...

Asked by Beginner April 21, 2019
5
Answers

I have not seen any wood shelf systems that don't have their own brackets. You could however cut a dado in a wood corbel and slide it over the metal brackets these are designed for, giving it a more wooden shelf look. Just a thought.

Can these be mounted on a hollow door?

Asked by Lisa January 12, 2019
7
Answers

Even if you get a secure mounting to the door, the weight will likely pull the door out of alignment eventually causing it to be difficult to close.

I want to order the Maximum Load ShelfTrack components in the color Grey as shown on the ClosetMa...

Asked by Imjay September 28, 2018
3
Answers

Yes, you can order it from home depot!

How much weight can these guys take if I were to use the larger shelving support arms?

Asked by Ian August 11, 2018
6
Answers

The weight supportable depends on how many vertical struts you mount, and how you mount them. I have always mounted struts into every stud with 3" screws along the horizontal runs. Currently I have struts mounted across five studs (overhanging a bit on both ends, with eight shelves spanning the struts, and a FULL load of books on each shelf, easily topping several hundred pounds of load on mostly 6" arms. They've been securely hanging there for months, and I don't anticipate any issues. (I had basically the same installation in my former abode for over 25 years.)

ShelfTrack 84 in. x 1 in. White Standard - page 2

Customer Reviews

  • 4.8
    out of 328 reviews
  • 98% recommend this product
Filter by:
Showing 1-10 of 328 reviews
Easy to install shelf track!!
Once I located the stud, I used a level to make sure my track is plumb. The track has pre-drilled holes, and I used 2 inch screws to secure the track to the stud. Installation was very easy!
by Shirley
I didn't have to hunt down studs or drill a...
I didn't have to hunt down studs or drill a bunch of holes before I settled on where to put the shelves. I was able to hang the bars and then get creative. This was the easiest way to hang this kind of shelf.
by REMPTY
These self tracks are working really well. I highly recommend...
These self tracks are working really well. I highly recommend it!!!!
by Johnle76
The 84” standards help make this system virtually future proof. Once the hang track and standards...
The 84” standards help make this system virtually future proof. Once the hang track and standards are in place, many configurations are possible. I use 75 lb EZ Anchors with #8 2” screws for securing standards to the wall because of the added depth. Seems I rarely hit a stud. Shelves extend about 1” beyond their depth due to how they attach to the bracket and depth of the standard. For example, the front of my 12” shelf is actually 13” from the wall. I’m doing all my closets, and it’s a big improvement.
by LJinFL
1 person found this helpful
I is a great product that I have now put in every closet in my house. Check out my video I how I...
I is a great product that I have now put in every closet in my house. Check out my video I how I install it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PNFJmsVN9Do
by Mike
I started to run a small business out of my home which required a lot of supply space for a lot o...
I started to run a small business out of my home which required a lot of supply space for a lot of random items in all kinds of shapes and sizes, but I didn't have much room. I had started with mounted shelves (which don't move and scared the walls) and craft shelves. I moved up to Ikea cubbies and bookshelves but found the shelving units took up more space than what I was trying to store and of course didn't move. I decided to try a ClosetMaid ShelfTrack system, I started with one system in one office on one wall. I was so happy I couldn't stop until almost all walls were converted in both offices. Once I got this shelving system up and running I invested in a couple styles of the clear storage boxes so I could easily stack and organize. I am not just organized but tidy to. Warning, it is addicting. Important note: Just put up the support brackets at the minimum recommended lengths, I tried to short out a couple because of what I thought would be light weight items but in the end I had to take down all the shelves so I could add in the recommended additional support brackets. Without the recommended number of shelve supports any weight will cause the shelves to sag but once the right amount is there, they are beautiful. Additional tip: I found with a good drill bit I was able to put holes in the hanger bar where ever there was a stud in the wall so I did not have to mess with toggle bolts. I was able to easily mount the tracks to the walls at each stud, creating very sturdy mounting. It is easy to install these, just a little time consuming. I am a shorter woman and was able to install these entirely by myself with a short ladder. It gets easier once you get started.
by Organizer
7 people found this helpful
I swear by this product. This bracket is very strong and very easy to secure. I personally recomm...
I swear by this product. This bracket is very strong and very easy to secure. I personally recommend this product for hanging shelves worry free.
by Red
3 people found this helpful
Provides great versatility for closet shelving
I've used several different types of shelving brackets, but for your basic closet shelving this provides some of the best versatility without sacrificing sturdiness and durability. The shelf brackets can be easily adjusted up or downward on the shelftrack simply by removing the shelf and adjusting the bracket either up or downward to wherever you need it to be. As long as the shelftrack is properly and securely installed you can virtually hang any type of clothing on the shelves without worry of too much weight. Just make sure you keep the shelftracks vertically short spaced to give you maximum support. Too far apart and you risk potential sagging in the middle. If you want added shelf support you can sometimes use the front shelving brackets but you will give up some of the adjustability since these brackets typically aren't as easily removable.
by Kenneth
9 people found this helpful
Makes closed support easy. A little expensive but not so...
Makes closed support easy. A little expensive but not so much to make me look fo other options
by JustJack
Rating provided by a verified purchaser...
Rating provided by a verified purchaser
by HomeDepotCustomer
Showing 1-10 of 328 reviews