Published at Tuesday, April 03rd, 2018 - 02:44:48 AM. Office-Cabinets. By Edouard Auberjonois.
Know what gauge the parts of the cabinet are made of such as the hinges, shelves, doors and overall body. Also the environment that the cabinet will be used in will determine how strong a cabinet is needed, with office cabinets needing less strength than industrial type cabinets. It's a general measure that you should always know what your load capacity limit is per shelf and unit before you purchase a cabinet. Office cabinets which handle files and paper only need typically 22 gauges while factories and industrial facilities may be looking at 12 to 16 gauges, dependent upon what their storing in their given situation. A typical office cabinet can hold anywhere from 150 to 200 lbs per shelf while an industrial cabinet can hold double that weight to 2,000 lbs per shelf.
Vertical cabinets-These cabinets are more common. They occupy minimal floor space, are taller and have more depth. This results in larger storage capacity. Although compact, these cabinets however need more space to open. For example, when a drawer (to store hanging files) is open it occupies a space equal to the drawer length of 29 inches. So at least that amount space should be available so that the entire drawer space can be utilized and the drawer can be opened fully.
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