Ideal for loose items or organization by activity type, bins make it easy to quickly see and snag items critical for the day’s lesson. Racking keeps bins organized and also provides a flat surface for even more storage options on top. Built for rugged wear and tear, they’re ideal for institutional settings.
- Shelving measures 42”W x 33”H x 16”D; 50 lb
- Bins measure 12-1/4”W x 14-1/2”H x 12-1/4”D
Bins make it easy to store loose items that don’t have a place on activity racks or carts. This shelving system accommodates 6 bins, allowing you to organize loose items in a myriad of ways—by activity, by size, or by age group, for example. Each bin features a low-cut front that allows you to see exactly what’s inside at a glance, and each slides conveniently off of the shelving unit so you can grab what’s inside or carry it to your activity area.
The design of the storage rack itself is instrumental in creating another depth of organization that’s perfect for conserving space in your activity closets or equipment sheds. Two tiers of bins keep everything compartmentalized and accessible to students at any height, while the topmost surface of the rack can be used as a flat storage surface for just about anything else in your space, from boxes to cones and beyond. With a weight capacity of 50 lb per shelf (150 lb total capacity), storage for nearly anything is possible.
Durability is key in any institutional setting, which is why these shelving units feature a resilient steel frame. The frame itself is inherently sturdy and can stand up to the bumps and dings that occur in storage closets, and features a black powder coating that keeps blemishes and marring to a near-zero level.
At each level, zinc-coated wire shelving creates a firm foundation for anything being stored atop it. Zinc won’t rust or erode over time, making it a durable solution when it comes to sliding bins into and out of storage on a daily basis.