- Holds a stack of full size dish racks and up to 350 lb. of weight
- Injection-molded, high-density polypropylene is exceptionally durable
- Easy-to-clean surfaces won't rust or corrode
- Lightweight design ensures easy maneuverability
- (4) 4" swivel casters for smooth, controlled mobility
- Shipping Weight
- 12.69 lb.
- 20 Inches
- 20 Inches
- 350 lb.
- With Casters
- Made in America
Glass Rack Dollies / Carts
Cambro CDR2020151 Details
Easily transport stacks of full size, 20" x 20" dish racks or glass racks throughout your facility with this Cambro CDR2020 soft gray Camdolly gray dish / glass rack dolly. Built for heavy-use applications, this dolly is made of injection-molded, high-density polypropylene and is exceedingly durable. This design won't rust or corrode and easily wipes down at the end of the day. It's lightweight too, making the dolly easy to maneuver.
For mobility, it's outfitted with a set of (4) 4" casters, each of which can swivel. Swivel casters navigate through small storage areas and narrow hallways with ease, which is perfect for back-of-house use. Whether you're moving glass racks from the warewashing station to storage or dish racks from the store room to the kitchen, this dolly adds valuable convenience to any food service operation. It can even hold up to 350 lb. of weight, so you can drastically reduce the manual labor and time required to move heavy loads of racks and dishes.
Length: 21 3/8"
Width: 21 3/8"
Capacity: 350 lb.
Length: 20 7/8"
Width: 20 7/8"
This item has been certified by NSF International to meet applicable product standards on public safety, health, and / or the environment.
Made in America
This item was made in the United States of America.
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