Short answer is probably, but with caveats. Slides are designed for vertical loads, so loading them horizontally may cause damage eventually. Secondly, you’ll be drilling into and fastening slides to the shelf surface. The screws might be longer than the shelf is thick, so they may stick above the shelf surface. Finally, if you use shorter screws to avoid penetrating the shelf top surface they may not hold very well.
I just followed the ordering guide on the website. it has step by step instructions.
Mounted on the shelf, not the side
Their installation of rails is at the bottom. There are two vertical pieces of metal that holds the rails and you basically screw it to the bottom of your shelf.
I am using these for printer and sewing machine. The bottom is very sturdy.
Yes, traditional cabinets are constructed as you describe. The slide-out shelf width fits inside the door opening.
Thanks. The sides are 15.5 inches deep as well. It’s a pantry with bi-fold doors, not a traditional cabinet, so that’s why there are several inches between the edge the shelf and the door. We put in a Closet maid shelf system, and the center tower of shelves is 15.5 inches deep, and the side walls we would be attaching the slide out brackets to are also 15.5” deep.
Our made-to-fit slide-out shelves can be installed in any cabinet that has a study base/floor or existing full shelf.
It comes with hardware as a kit No it’s not self closing I’m not sure of the type of wood but very sturdy
Yes that is exactly how I installed in my mom's kitchen cabinet