Atlantic Metalworks WS-1660-E - 16" x 60" Stainless Steel Wall Shelf

Atlantic Metalworks Stainless Steel Wall Shelf

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Atlantic Metalworks Stainless Steel Wall Shelf
SKU: WS-1660-E
NSF

Overview

The WS-1660-E wall shelf allows you to store your condiments, supplies, pots, pans, utensils, or other equipment with ease. Made from highly durable 18 gauge stainless steel, you’ll find this shelf simple to clean and maintain. Atlantic Metalworks guarantees for a whole year that their commercial stainless steel wall shelves will be defect free in workmanship and construction.

  • 16" x 60" Wall Shelf.
  • Constructed with 18 GA type 430 stainless steel.
  • Includes wall brackets.
  • Prima Supply offers a guarantee against defects in material and/or workmanship for a period of one year from date of purchase.
  • To learn more about the purchase and upkeep of stainless steel products and what will best meet your needs, check out this blog series on Stainless Steel.

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Specs

Specifications:
Manufacturer: Atlantic Metalworks
Model: WS-1660-E
List Price: $158
Width: 60"
Depth: 16"
Weight: 21 lbs.

Brand

Atlantic Metalworks stainless steel (formerly Prima Supply stainless steel) belongs to a line of family owned and operated businesses which has led the foodservice industry since 1947. They supply commercial grade economy stainless steel products, including tables, wall shelves, microwave shelves, pre-rinse faucets, grease traps, and sinks, all in various sizes to fit your restaurant's needs. Customer satisfaction is their goal, and they achieve this by offering low prices on all of their commercial grade economy stainless steel products.

Reviews

Atlantic Metalworks WS-1660-E - 16" x 60" Stainless Steel Wall Shelf is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great looking shelves. Great price, but ... Machine screws are tack welded to bottom of shelves to attach support brackets. "Tack welded" is the issue. If you tighten the nuts to any degree, the weld lets go and you then have to drill the shelf and put in a through bolt machine screw and nut as a replacement. Hardly ideal, since drilling stainless is a pain and you end up with an exposed pan head screw that is visible on top of the shelf. But, what are you going to do? Maybe an instruction sheet should caution purchaser to very, very lightly tighten the nut.
Date published: 2014-10-05

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