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Restaurant Shelving

Restaurant shelving products will keep your kitchen neat and organized. Increase your efficiency with commercial kitchen shelving products! Chefs' Toys shelving products have been installed in thousands of foodservice establishments. They are easy to install and are very durable. Select your kitchen shelving products below or let one of our foodservice professionals assist you.¶Need a few pointers on selecting shelving? ¶1. Know your measurements before you start; How wide is the area you need shelving for? How high do you need the shelving system to stand? How deep do you need the shelves to be? Do you need casters? If adding casters, this will add a minimum of 5" to the height of your shelving system. ¶2. Where is the shelving going? If in a walk-in cooler or other wet storage, epoxy coating is a must. If for dry storage, chrome will fit your needs.¶3. Calculating the number of shelves. Once you know the dimensions of the shelves and posts you need, you must calculate how many shelves are going to fit your system. Divide the post height by the number of shelves (remember, your bottom shelf must stand a minimum of 5" off the floor per health department regulations). This will give you the space (in inches) between each shelf. ¶Pointers on Assembly¶Tools Needed:¶Rubber Mallet, Shelf Clips (pack of 4 included with each shelf purchased), Rubber Leveling Feet (included with each post purchased) or Casters (sold separately)¶1. Screw the leveling foot or casters if purchased into the bottom of each post.¶2. Snap shelf clips onto the posts where you want the bottom shelf to be located. Count the notches on each post to ensure clips are level.¶3. Turn the bottom shelf on it's side and insert the posts through the corners. Flip the shelving unit upright and tap the corners with a rubber mallet to ensure a snug fit.¶4. If you have multiple shelves to add, add another set of shelf clips where you want your next shelf to be. Lower the shelf onto the clips, secure with a rubber hammer and repeat until completed.¶*To remove shelves, reverse the steps. Using a rubber mallet, tap the corners on the underside of the shelf to release the pressure from the shelf clips. Lift off shelf and remove the shelf clips.