|Product Depth (in.)||9 in||Product Height (in.)||32 in|
|Product Width (in.)||32 in|
|Features||Kit, Rust Resistant, Scratch Resistant||Hook/Bracket Weight Capacity||5|
|Included||No additional components or accessories are included||Material||Metal|
|Mount Type||Adjustable||Package Quantity||26|
|Returnable||90-Day||Slatwall Accessory Type||Hooks|
|Storage Product Type||Utility Hooks||Style||Contemporary, Designer, Industrial, Modern, Transitional|
|Total Weight Capacity (lb.)||130|
A: Hello and thanks for the question! We actually do not advertise load ratings because too much depends on the quality of installation, how weight is distributed both on the panels and on the hooks and shelves, as well as the age and quality of the substrate the panels are installed in to. Due to all of the variables involved in any given installation, we have found it potentially misleading to suggest proper “load ratings” that are generally formulated in laboratories under ideal conditions, specifications, and protocols that do not accurately reflect the actual real world applications that these products are used in. That all being said, if you are installing into traditional drywall and using the included drywall anchors, our “recommendation” would be no more than 100 LBS per panel (200 LBS per panel into studs or similar), no more than 10-20 LBS per shelf assembly, no more than 10-15 LBS per hook that engages in 2 slots, and no more than 5-10 LBS per hook that engages in a single slot. All recommendations assume properly installed panels, weight relatively evenly distributed across the panel face, as well as weight situated at the base of each hook or shelf as opposed to the tip. Hope this helps!
A: Apparently not at HD. But they are available individually for purchase online from the Wall Control website.
A: They come bundled with two 16" x 32" galvanized metal boards, so no, you can't just buy one.
A: Yes! Just unfortunately not from home depot. The manufacturers site does list them individually however.