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Model # HC30127

0035441301270

Edsal Discontinued

60 in. H x 30 in. W x 12 in. D Steel Canning Shelving Unit in Gray

  • Industrial-grade steel shelving, 85 lbs. per shelf
  • Assembly required, tools sold separately
  • adjustable shelves
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Product Overview

  • Industrial-grade steel shelving, 85 lbs. per shelf
  • Assembly required, tools sold separately
  • adjustable shelves
Edsal made this Canning Shelving Unit out of steel with industrial-grade nuts and bolts, and designed it for heavy duty storage of canned goods, tools and more. A double cross-brace provides additional stability. You can adjust this multi-purpose unit's shelves in 1.5 in. increments to fit any storage need.
  • Weight capacity of 85 lbs. per shelf and 600 lbs. in total (when evenly distributed), enabling you to store a large number of household and personal items
  • Steel shelves and beams
  • Versatility with options for installation of the shelves; e.g., you can install them with the lip facing upward to provide a secure edge for cans
  • Easy installation of nuts and bolts (tools required)
  • 1-year limited manufacturer warranty
  • Assembly time 1+ hour
  • Item ships within 5 business days

Product Overview

  • Industrial-grade steel shelving, 85 lbs. per shelf
  • Assembly required, tools sold separately
  • adjustable shelves
Model #: HC30127
Internet #: 202545421

Edsal made this Canning Shelving Unit out of steel with industrial-grade nuts and bolts, and designed it for heavy duty storage of canned goods, tools and more. A double cross-brace provides additional stability. You can adjust this multi-purpose unit's shelves in 1.5 in. increments to fit any storage need.

  • Weight capacity of 85 lbs. per shelf and 600 lbs. in total (when evenly distributed), enabling you to store a large number of household and personal items
  • Steel shelves and beams
  • Versatility with options for installation of the shelves; e.g., you can install them with the lip facing upward to provide a secure edge for cans
  • Easy installation of nuts and bolts (tools required)
  • 1-year limited manufacturer warranty
  • Assembly time 1+ hour
  • Item ships within 5 business days

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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
12 in
Assembled Height (in.)
60 in
Assembled Width (in.)
30 in
Shelf Weight Capacity (lb)
85

Details

Assembly Required
Yes
Color Family
Gray
Color/Finish
Gray
Features
Adjustable Shelves,Assembly Required
Frame Material
Steel
Included
Support Brackets
Number of Shelves
6 Tiers
Returnable
60-Day
Shelf Material
Metal
Storage Product Type
Free Standing Shelves

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 Year Limited

Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
12 in
Assembled Height (in.)
60 in
Assembled Width (in.)
30 in
Shelf Weight Capacity (lb)
85

Details

Assembly Required
Yes
Color Family
Gray
Color/Finish
Gray
Features
Adjustable Shelves,Assembly Required
Frame Material
Steel
Included
Support Brackets
Number of Shelves
6 Tiers
Returnable
60-Day
Shelf Material
Metal
Storage Product Type
Free Standing Shelves

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 Year Limited

Questions & Answers

how much distance is between individual shelves height wise? I need the distance vertically between shelves.

Asked by: FarmerJoe
its 60-inch so divide how ever many shelves you want to use. 60/7= 8.5 inches, 60/6=10 inches,60/5=12 inches.
Answered by: che
Date published: 2017-12-30

can I add wheels to the rack to roll it

Asked by: gianta
I would not add wheels to make it roll. It will be too top heavy.
Answered by: Dick
Date published: 2018-03-01

does it come in white?

does it come in white?
Asked by: karp
I haven't found it in white, but a $.97 can of white gloss spray paint did what I wanted to do.
Answered by: Holly
Date published: 2018-07-19

How sturdy is it?

How sturdy is it?
Asked by: sam
Very sturdy! You will find it's very wobbly during actual assembly (since instructions call for putting all the pieces together before fully tightening them) but once you tighten all the nuts it is rock solid.
Answered by: Bridget
Date published: 2018-03-08
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Customer Reviews

60 in. H x 30 in. W x 12 in. D Steel Canning Shelving Unit in Gray is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 837.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exactly what I was looking for. I needed shelves for my model railroad cars, still in their boxe... Exactly what I was looking for. I needed shelves for my model railroad cars, still in their boxes; therefore, I didn't need lots of weight capacity or shelf depth. In addition, I was putting it in a location that didn't have a lot of room to spare, so I appreciated the smaller width. It holds over 200 HO cars in their boxes, which met my needs. For those concerned about its strength, it is not intended as strong, garage-type, shelves, but for more moderate uses, so it is made of thinner gauge steel. However, once it's built and the diagonal braces installed, it is plenty strong for its intended use. Assembly is simple and straightforward, although there are a lot of screws and nuts! It went together quickly and was exactly as described when it was done. My picture shows that I assembled it with only 6 shelves, but 7 are included in the package. I am 5' 10" and I was standing erect when I took the picture, so you can use that as a gauge to its height. I'm very pleased with this purchase.
Date published: 2017-02-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Happy customer worth the hassle Arrived:aug27th 2017 . I read through majority of the comments before buying this and took a chance. The price was resonable. If possible scroll through the comment section for better instructions. There is a long paragraph explaining step by step how to do it. It worked well for me. The paper instructions can be very confusing. I was also missing some screws (at least 8) and had to buy more. But even with the tough time i had in putting it together (includes bending sides and pulling sides and my fingers hurting from holding screws) it still came out to be extremly sturdy and useful. Im currently using it for dry food storage and pots/pans. If you dont mind putting in some work to build id say buy it. Tip: 1. Use a screw driver and hold the washer while you screw the nail in saves a bunch of time 2. Do not screw evrything in place the first time. Its a pain to go through and loosen and tighten the same screws.
Date published: 2017-09-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Well worth the price. Rather poor directions, but it isn't that hard to figure out. At first it seemed flimsy, but as shelves and braces were added, it stiffened up nicely. Now this isn't for super heavy things, but I have alot of small garage clutter, and the shelves I was using were heavy guaged plastic. After years, the ozone got to it and the shelves began to bend and crack.I needed a replacement. I am mechanically inclined and I was quite exhausted from bolt and nut turning by the time I finished. After assembly you have to go back and tighten all 84 bolts and nuts. It also helped to 'chase' the holes with a phillips screwdriver, to help line up the holes which always didn't want to align. Took me well over 2 hours. I made mine 6 shelves, and did not use the seventh. I figure I will have 400 lbs on the shelves in total. With the weight of the goods, and placed against a wall, it should be better than what I had.This inexpensive shelf is great for what it is.
Date published: 2012-01-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from You get what you pay for. This product was exactly what I wanted. Narrow shelving not to high and capable of handling moderate weight. I had a tight spot I needed shelving in and this was perfect. It took a bit of work to get it put together but I anticipated that. This is not the snap and go shelving. Nuts and bolt assembly required but with some patience and time, it assembled just fine. This is thin metal and not high quality It took a bit of remodeling with pliers to get things to fit. The price reflects the quality but for the anticipated service and desired cost it fits the bill.
Date published: 2013-01-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from strong once assembly is complete, good for the money Pretty much the same comments from everyone else. They look and feel like junk when you pull them out of the box but once they are assembled you can't beat them for the price. Plastic pieces of junk go for this much and the number of shelves is better than on most other types of units. During assembly I didn't have to punch any holes, I started each nut on the screw but only tightened the middle joints of the four corner uprights initially. I think this helped in seating and locating the holes. I then tightened all the rest using my screw gun. Eazy piezy. About 30-35 minutes total. Definitely worth what I paid for my use of them.
Date published: 2013-01-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from NOT WORTH THE ASSEMBLY!! I purchased two different Edsal shelves to go in a basement closet. I bought this shelf to fit a specific space (12inch deep) and to match the other metal shelf, but it is NOT worth the assembly time and hassle. The bigger one assembled with rivets in less than 30min by myself.... This one took three hours with both my husband and I working and getting frustrated. If it's not already announced somewhere out there, this shelf takes 82 nuts & bolts! (I counted) No tools included for them, either. That amount of screwing in bolts is annoying by itself, but it gets worse. The metal is flimsy, which means that it bends easily out of shape. Though this is helpful because not all the screw holes line up and you need to bend the shelf to get them back into place. Inserting most of the bolts was a two-person job: my husband forcing the metal into place while I got the bolt & nut handled. I have never had to work so hard to assemble any other furniture in my life. This shelf is doing fine now that it's assembled and in the closet, but I would NEVER recommend it over the other Edsal shelf we bought. It amazes me that Edsal made this piece of garbage as well as that other great shelf. Do no waste your time with this.
Date published: 2013-09-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Sturdy, but is it worth the price? This item had mixed reviews. I must say, my review will also be mixed. I didn't need heavy duty shelves for what I had planned, so I decided to risk it. When I took the shelving out of the box I thought the shelves looked rather flimsy. It wouldn't take much to crumple. The instructions were good, it's easy to figure out how everything goes together......getting it together is another thing. If you're not a person who swears, you will be by the time you finish putting these together. You will need to use some muscle to coerce lining up the hole to get the bolts in place. I was just about ready to toss the entire thing in the dumpster! (Took me about 3 hours!) HOWEVER, once everything was bolted together, it is a very sturdy shelving unit for very little money. You will need to decide for yourself if the price is worth the hassle. PS. If you want to paint these, as I did, do it AFTER putting everything together AND give everything a light sanding, even if using primer. Live and learn!
Date published: 2016-06-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Quite strong; assemble on a table not the floor - see suggestions I consider this product an excellent value. It is designed structurally to do what it promises - and nothing more. For example the sheet metal shelves are quite thin, but are formed to give them extra strength. I bought and assembled two of these and am very happy with the result. Assembly. This seems to be where most of the complaints seem to come from. I put together the second unit in 35 minutes - I timed it. If you are in a tight space, working on the floor and following their instructions it can easily take 3 hours. My suggestions: Definitely do your assembly off the floor on a table of some type. Assemble in a different order from the instructions - first, the top half with one set of 4 supports, the top shelf and next two shelves down. Assemble the second shelf from the top to the 4 support first as it makes balancing easier. Then assemble the top shelf and the 3rd shelf down to the supports. Install the top front corner gussets, both side braces and one set of back braces. Since the half-unit is small and nicely tied together, it's easy to flip over to any position. Set aside, Now build the bottom half with 4 supports, bottom shelf and next shelf up - beginning with next to bottom shelf. Put both halves on the floor, narrow edge down, overlap the supports one hole only and bolt tightly together. Halving the narrow edge down puts the top supports at a comfortable working level for bolting. Put the whole system back on the table and add the final two shelves. I found that in bolting shelves together it was VERY important that the screw was pointing down with gravity holding it in the proper position so that I could bring the nut up to it from below and turn the screwdriver from the top. Turning the partially assemble over repeatedly to orient screws that way is what made assembly go fast. Screws pointing sideways worked in some, but not all cases. 74 screws, so every efficiency makes a difference. You definitely have to have enough hand strength to move/bend the thin shelves at each corner to get the second shelf hole to line up after the first screw in that corner is in place. None of the holes lined up without a little person-handling at each corner of each shelf. Shelf spacing: bottom shelf 1 hole up. Then the top five shelves could each be spaced down 7 holes from the higher one giving about 9-1/4 inch clearance. That leaves the bottom two 5 or 6 holes apart. You may choose to put a few even further apart and more close together.
Date published: 2011-12-25
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