Demco® LibraryQuiet™ Ready-to-assemble Booktruck, 6 Sloped Shelves
Demco® LibraryQuiet™ Ready-to-assemble Booktruck, 6 Sloped Shelves is rated out of 5 by 4.
Exclusive casters and end panels mean no rattles, no distractions!
- 18-gauge steel shelves and 1" sq., 18-gauge steel frames
- Powder-coat paint finishes
- Maximum capacity of 375 lbs. per truck, evenly distributed
- 16"D flat shelves; 7-1/2"D sloped shelves
- 12-1/2" shelf clearance
- 5" dia. GlidePath™ swivel casters, 2 locking
- 44-1/2" x 31" x 17"
Rated 1 out of 5 by Rob_Library_Guy from Don't do it.... I purchased this cart, for our high school library, and am very disappointed. The assembly instructions were wrong and I needed to make several modifications to get the shelves to actually slope correctly. Please know that I'm not your average high school librarian, I have a Mechanical Engineering degree and still found this cart nearly impossible. Do NOT buy this cart. I was just barely able to get it functional, I refused to give up because it would be just too much trouble to return to Demco.
Date published: 2016-05-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by AlPohakea from DO NOT BUY Do not buy the one with 6 sloped shelves. As stated earlier by others it is constructed poorly and nearly impossibly to put together without breaking something. Seems very sturdy but when trying to attach the shelf bracket you cant even line up the threaded studs because the bracket is too long in length. What good is strong material if you cant put the equipment together due to poor instructions and part plans. Very disappointed and will be looking to return.
Date published: 2017-02-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by Libcat from Fantastic LOVE IT. This is the first 2 sided library cart this staff has ever seen, loved it so much ordered another. Great colors, great stability, great handling, great speed - oops, we have to slow down it makes shelving easier!
Date published: 2016-07-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by jbright from I have this product at my other school. However, the maintenance crew said it was not easy to assemble and had to actually use a hammer to make it fit right. So I now have scuffs and on the top shelf is not even with the sides so there is a gap.
Date published: 2014-05-13