- Steel cabinet with four adjustable shelves and a 180 lb. per shelf capacity suitable for storage
- Two hinged doors with full-length stiffeners for strength and a keyless electronic locking handle for security
- Keyless electronic lock has two programmable passwords and, for security, keeps records of when the unit was accessed
- Includes external back-up battery to run electronic keypad during power failure, and two bypass keys for use if electronic lock fails
- Assembly required, instructions included, tools for assembly sold separately
Sandusky Lee KDE7236-07 Putty Steel SnapIt Storage Cabinet, Keyless Electronic Lock, 4 Adjustable Shelves, 72" Height x 36" Width x 18" Depth
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The Sandusky Lee KDE7236-07 is a steel cabinet with four adjustable shelves and a 180 lb. per shelf capacity suitable for the storage of items. This cabinet has two hinged doors with full-length welded stiffeners for strength, and a keyless electronic locking handle for security. The keyless electronic lock has two programmable passwords, one for the administrator and one for the user and, for security, keeps records of when the unit was accessed. This wall cabinet comes with an external back-up battery to run the electronic keypad during a power failure and with two identical auxiliary bypass keys for use if electronic lock fails. The shelves in this cabinet adjust in two inch increments to accommodate the height of stored items. The floor surface on this cabinet is raised and level with the front lip for ergonomic purposes and it can be used as a fifth shelf. This cabinet has a putty-colored powder coat finish to resist chipping and corrosion. The assembled cabinet measures 72 x 36 x 18 inches (H x W x D). (H is height, the vertical distance from lowest to highest point; W is width, the horizontal distance from left to right; D is depth, the horizontal distance from front to back.) This unit complies with American National Standards Institute/Business and Institutional Furniture Manufacturers Association (ANSI/BIFMA) shelf standards. This cabinet requires assembly, instructions are included, tools for assembly are sold separately.
Cabinets are commonly used to store items to help create organized, efficient, and safe work areas. These systems typically consist of a frame with three walls that support adjustable or fixed-position shelves, one or two doors and handles. Added components may include locks for applications that require security and casters or wheels for applications that require mobility. Cabinets are used in a variety of office, industrial, educational, and residential settings.
Sandusky Lee manufactures steel storage products for office, commercial, industrial, and educational applications. The company is headquartered in Littlestown, PA.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Why didn't I read the other reviews?? The lock doesn't work, the material is flimsy, the top won't fit on properly which makes locking it kind of a moot point. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Connie Edwards
poor construction - the safe actually falls apart if you push the top up once the entire thing is put together. Read more
Not a good product by any standards. Not built sturdy. In spite of that, I kept it because it is near impossible to get a storage unit with electronic... Read more
Assembly directions could be a lot better, particularly for the electronic lock mechanism. In fact, I do not believe that the instructions were 100% appropriate for the lock... Read morePublished on June 26, 2013 by Stephen or Karen Snyder
We've now had this thing for a few weeks. The separate delivery company is a pain as they give you a 4 hour window of time and you have to be home to sign for it. Read morePublished on March 9, 2013 by San Francisco