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28U It Network 4 Post Server Rack 19" Open Frame 24"Deep 800MM

28U It Network 4 Post Server Rack 19" Open Frame 24"Deep 800MM

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Raising Electronics 4 post server rack Open frame - Solid, Versatile, and Premium Quality Made; Organize and Secure your 4 post server rack Mount Equipment. This premium quality 4 post server rack is designed to accommodate different installations for equipment from different manufactures. The adjustable depth up to 24" post to post is a great feature that will fit most of the server installation on the market. This server rack is made of 5MM aluminum to provide you with a maximum load of 700LB. With the heavy duty materiel, it provides your with exception stability. Flat packed for easy shipping and require some assembly. Available in variety heights and depth. M6 mounting screws are included in wall mount network rack and 4 post server rack. Package contains 2 pairs of supporting L rails(18.25").

1.Fit 19" Wide Standard Equipment. INSTALL Depth of 24"(Post to Post)
2.Movable Rack, make your equipment more flexible and convenient to connect the world.
3.Light Weight and durable, premium quality craftsmanship, yet heave duty *700LB Capacity.*
4.Assembled Size: 56"H x 21"W x 32"D (Caster Base depth, *Adjusts in 1.5" increments*)
5.Serve with Numbered and Round screw holes(M6 Threaded), also M6 screws are included.

Color: Advanced Black
Material: Aluminum
Self Dimension:56"H x 21"W x 32"D
Rack Space: 28U / 28RU
Weight Capacity: 700LB

Shipping Dimension:
39LB 55x8x7

1 Review

  • 5
    Great Audio Rack

    Posted by W.R. Pelfrey on Dec 10th 2020

    It's over all very tough rack.I have this one and the version before this one. YES, I have two of this rack. It is best to "HAND SCREW", "HAND START" the screws. This is an aluminum rack, so you can strip out the threaded holes easily with an electric screw driver. I have made it a point to add bracing/blank panels on all for side to make sure the rack doesn't twist. I noticed this with the first rack and continued doing it to the second one. This happens when moving the rack and one or more side don't have at least one cross member to make the rack more rigid, HEY, it's a 28U tall rack! All screw holes are properly placed, no problems mounting any of my equipment, one rack is completely filled. Following proper assembly instructions, added with my instructions above, I have no complaints with either of my two racks! Like them both very much!