|Assembled Depth (in.)||18 in||Assembled Height (in.)||72 in|
|Assembled Width (in.)||48 in||Shelf Weight Capacity (lb.)||800 lb|
|Assembly Required||Yes||Assembly Type||Full Assembly Required|
|Color Family||Black||Color/Finish||Black Powder Coat|
|Included||Support Brackets||Number of Shelves||5|
|Package Quantity||1||Product Weight (lb.)||115 lb|
|Shelf Type||Solid||Total Weight Capacity (lb.)||4000|
|Wood Tone||Dark Wood|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 Year Limited|
A: John, the material for the decking is particle board.
A: Yes the adjustable shelves will easily allow for 24” tote.
A: Thank you for the question. Yes, the shelf height is adjustable to accommodate a tote of this size.
A: I’m guessing you could try contacting the manufacturer, or build your own from plywood. Hope that helps.
A: If Home Depot doesn't sell shelves separately, you might consider buying a sheet of MDF or Melamine at Home Depot and getting Home Depot to cut the sheet to the appropriate dimensions to fit your shelf unit. One 4ft X 8ft sheet should yield 5 replacement shelves at 18in deep X 48in wide. You might also consider contacting Edsal Manufacturing about buying replacement shelves. Personally, I have also used 3/4 inch paint-grade plywood which I cut to size with my circular saw.
A: They're just pressed board. Buy a board at HD an get them to cut it the right size for you. Take the old shelf with you. Or, just spray some bleach on it and flip it over
A: None that I am aware of. You might try calling the company that creates them, or what I would do is go buy a piece of 1/4 inch thick plywood, cut to the right size, it should slip right in place. Home Depot does have half and quarter sheets, and they might cut it for you if you are unable to.
A: not unless you have something to put on top like a cutting board.
A: Shelves are 1/2" MDF type, as for a cutting surface, if the size matches your needs. The top of the MDF and frame are not a perfect match to have a perfectly flat surface.