Royal ROY S 1448 Z Polycoated Zinc Wire Shelf 14" x 48" - 4 pcs

Royal ROY S 1448 Z Polycoated Zinc Wire Shelf 14" x 48" - 4 pcs

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✔ Polycoated zinc construction✔ Includes plastic mounting sleeves✔ NSF certified✔ Posts sold separately
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Item Details

A practical and economical option, the Royal ROY S 1448 Z Polycoated Zinc Wire Shelf 14" x 48" is the perfect solution for adding storage space to your kitchen. To keep stored items clean, this NSF approved shelf boasts an open wire design which facilitates proper ventilation and prevents dust accumulation.

Made from polycoated zinc, this wire shelving is strong enough to withstand heavy items and will hold up to years of use. For easy assembly, this wire shelf comes with plastic mounting sleeves

  • Wire Shelf
  • Polycoated zinc construction
  • Includes plastic mounting sleeves
  • NSF certified
  • Posts sold separately
  • Dimensions: 14" W x 48" L
  • Price per 4 pieces
  • Brand:
  • Royal Industries
  • Model #:
  • ROY S 1448 Z
  • Ship weight:
  • 12 lbs 12 oz
  • Sold As:
  • 4 pcs [Must buy 4 × 4 pcs]
  • Item Number:
  • 0409-ROY S 1448 Z
  • Width (side - side):
  • 48"
  • Color/finish:
  • Zinc
  • Interior width:
  • 48"
  • TigerChef ID:
  • 72263

Questions & Answers

I just want to make sure I'm not missing anything with this product. The price seems to good to be true for such a great wire rack. I'm afraid if I order it, it will just be the rack inserts or something like that. My question is, if I order this, will I receive everything needed to put together a full and complete rack like you have pictured?

By JayleaMarie October 13, 2014

This item includes 4 shelves and the plastic mounting sleeves. It does not include the posts, which must be purchased separately.
The posts for these shelves would be item # ROY AE P ZGN and are available in 13", 34", 54", 63", 74" and 86".

by Emma - TigerChef Staff October 22, 2014
1 answers
Last answer: October 22, 2014