This shelf-style plate rack is designed to fit neatly into a 500mm wide cabinet. Its end-supports are sprung, allowing for easy fitting by simply popping the spring-loaded ends into drilled holes in the cabinet sides.
The rack itsself is made from Stainless Steel for corrosion resistance, and will hold 16 plates in total.
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These can also be useful as a drying or heating rack, mounted above a heat source, allowing the plates to be dried or warmed ready for use.
- Written by Jack
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Hi, guys. My name is Darrel and I'm head of the tech team here at LocksOnline. Thanks for taking the time to tune in, and have a quick look at one of our product review videos. Now we're putting these short little videos together to give you, our customers, the opportunity to see the products that we have to offer and a little bit more information, a little bit more details than perhaps an image and a bit of descriptive text may give.
Today I want to talk to you about this nice little unit here that's designed to be able to hold plates actually inside a kitchen unit assembly. Now, what's quite interesting about this, the way it holds itself into the unit is both sides here, if I go and take this side as an example, they are actually sprung-loaded there. So what you would do is you would be able to drill yourself holes in the unit here, drill yourself a hole, and then you would be able to pop this into the actual kitchen assembly and then push those into the holes. It would be those then that supports this actual unit actually within the kitchen unit itself. Now, it's designed to hold up to 16 plates as you can see there, and it's obviously made out of a chrome finish there, as you can see.
So, what I'm going to do, what's quite important to you, if you're thinking that this is ideal for you and it would obviously look nice inside one of your display cabinets or something like that, and you've got some nice plates and all and so forth in here, let's get some quick little measurements for you. So, the actual size of the actual unit itself is about 410mm, just short of 410mm, let's say 16 inches there, that's from there to there. If I was to measure from there to there, this would be the maximum width then that you would be able to get away with, and that there would be 480mm. So that's the maximum width that you can get away with. And I think that if you were to push those in, you can get those into there, so that gives you some idea as to how far we can actually get those units in. So they will move, you might have to sit down and do a bit of maths here, they'll move about 30mm in and out so you could, in effect, take 16mm off the overall length altogether. Its depth, if I was to measure its depth, the depth of the unit there, there's a little bit of a tongue on either side there, it's roundabout 240mm overall width-wise.
So there you go, guys. A nice little unit, it's obviously designed to be in a display cabinet or actually into your units within your kitchen. It's designed to be able to hold plates, etc. up and therefore then you could have it in an overhead washing area etc. where you want to be able to hang plates to allow them to dry. So, it has a load of different choices in respects to that.
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So, from me Darrel and all of us here at the team, thanks for taking the time to tune in, and we'll catch up with you real soon. Take care.