- Eight shelves with open views for organization of stored items in 36 gray plastic pull-out bins
- Zinc coated steel wire shelving for strength and durability
- Steel frame with durable powder coated finish
- Flat top of unit can be used for added storage
- Assembly required, instructions included, tool not provided
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Sandusky Lee UR4416BIN36 Black Zinc Steel Bin Shelving Unit with 36 Storage Bin, 57" Height x 44" Width x 16" Depth
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|Additional Features||Bins Included|
|Item Weight||96 pounds|
|Number of Items||1|
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The Sandusky Lee UR4416BIN36 black zinc steel bin shelving unit is a sturdy, durable storage system with eight shelves and 36 gray plastic pull-out bins in four sizes (small, medium, large, extra-large) for organization of stored items. Shelves are made of zinc coated steel wiring for strength and durability; steel frame has a black, powder coated finish; and flat top of the unit can be used for added storage. The Sandusky Lee steel bin shelving unit stores items in compartments and is suitable for industrial, commercial, and educational applications.
The assembled bin shelving unit is 57 x 44 x 16 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.) The unit has eight shelves, each with a 150-lb. capacity, and holds 36 gray pull-out bins in the following sizes, in order from top to bottom: 12 small, 10 medium, 8 large, and 6 extra-large. Assembly is required; rubber mallet (sold separately) recommended for assembly. When used according to manufacturer’s recommendations, this product is covered by a one-year limited warranty against manufacturer’s defects.
Bin shelving systems are used to sort and store similar items together in compartments, which can help create organized, efficient, and safer work spaces. These systems consist of open shelves with pull-out bins, or shelves configured with dividers or drawers. The shelves are usually made of sturdy materials such as metal, and finished with paint or powder coating. Pull-out bins are most commonly made of plastic. Bin shelving systems are used in a variety of work space environments including office, manufacturing, industrial, commercial, educational, and residential.
Sandusky Lee manufactures steel storage products for office, commercial, industrial, and educational uses. The company is headquartered in Littlestown, PA.
What’s in the Box?
- Small plastic bins, 3.5 x 5.9 x 15.4 inches (H x W x D) (quantity: 12)
- Medium plastic bins, 6.6 x 7.5 x 15.4 inches (10)
- Large plastic bins, 6.6 x 10 x 15.4 inches (8)
- Extra-large plastic bins, 6.6 x 12.4 x 15.4 inches (6)
- Laminated board, 43.4 x 15.4 inches
- Concealed posts, 57 inches (4)
- Post caps (8)
- Double rivet beams, 44 inches (8)
- Double rivet braces, 16 inches (8)
- Single rivet beams, 44 inches (10)
- Wire decks, 43 x 15 inches (8)
Sandusky's Industrial bin unit with pull out bins help organize your classroom, office, garage and more. Bin unit comes with zinc-coated wire shelves.
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As far as function, this unit is AWESOME. Holds a ton of stuff, and you have so many options in terms of what size bin to use for what. It cleaned up a ton of wasted space for me and looks so neat/orderly/organized. It's a great little unit...just somewhat of a pain to put together. But believe me, if *I* can do it, anyone can!
It's a solid rack system.
I bought a rack with identical bins 4 years ago from a local retailer. As a local pickup item, shipping damage was not an issue, the units were moved by freight directly to store, moved in store on pallets, and then carefully loaded by ME on a flat cart in the shop. The rack I bought back then has served me well, and I needed another one. The local shop no longer sells them, so I went online. Amazon had a good price within the current market. Partly inflation, partly profit taking, these cost a lot more, about $100 more than the old one. Differences when seen side-by-side became instantly apparent, all "cheaper" materials and cost cuts, sadly. The top wood is thinner, making it weaker and unable to hold a lot of weight on top. Weight capacity per shelf is listed as 150lbs , however, only 3 of the 8 shelves have side support rails. The maker cheaped out and skipped the short rails for all but three of the bin racks. Further, the height of the metal on ALL supports is ONE pip, not two like the old one.Read more ›
Now for the bad: shipping this back would be such a hassle that I've decided to keep it. The primary problem is assembly -- it is hard to put together. The main reasons are that the stamped sheet metal framework is so thin that the structure flexes and bends during assembly, and the instructions are not precise on the proper spacing between shelves. To the flimsy metal first: This product was made in China, with the frame stamped out of cheap metal. The cross-bars have rivet tabs that slide into slots on vertical posts, which would be a great nut-and-bolt-free way to go, except for the fact that the whole thing flexes when you assemble it, and the tolerances are close enough that this makes it a struggle to get things together. The cross bar rivet tabs can bend, and that makes it difficult as well, and finally I found enough of a variation in the cross bars that some of them were very hard to install even if no flexing occurs in the overall structure. The instructions add to the frustration -- they make the ones from the large Swedish chain look exemplary, because they are not exactly clear about the proper location of the cross bars. (They tell you to count 'holes' in the vertical posts but do not make it clear whether they are counting to the top or bottom of the dual rivet-pinned crossbars) So you look to the drawings, but they are low resolution and sloppy. It takes some deduction and trial assembly to get things right. Another annoyance: the whole thing comes in a huge, heavy cardboard box (shipped via a trucking company) padded with the most brittle old-school-cheap styrofoam you can imagine.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This shelf is a great addition to my basement.
Mine like others have mentioned arrived with some broken bins. Read more
Great for organizing cables and connectors for business IT Inventory. 30% of bins had damage plastic. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Sam R Goldsmith
Great product. I did not have any problem putting this together as other reviewers stated. If you look at the directions and count the holes in the pictures, you'll be fine. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Heidi Allen
For an inexpensive storage system they are not bad. Not the best quality but not the worst. Couple of the bins were cracked but that can be expected and easy to replace.Published 12 months ago by Marcus T.
I will definitely be buying from this seller again, service was prompt and courteous. The product itself was as described and easy to put together. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Ramiro
easy to set up but flimsy and the buckets keep falling off the shelves, it is okay but not great.Published 14 months ago by Reza
Very upset 8 bins were broke and they bins are very cheap!Published 16 months ago by kathryn montisano