The Rubbermaid Commercial Utility Cart is a versatile, durable cart is able to perform a wide variety of tasks.
The Rubbermaid Commercial Convertible Utility Cart is ideal for moving large, heavy loads in almost any environment. Design converts from a utility cart to a platform truck in just seconds. Multifunctional productivity with improved worker well-being saves you time and money. Push buttons depress to easily convert from cart to platform truck, and foot pedal depresses to fold cart for storage. Rear wheel locking casters keep cart safely in place while loading and unloading. Ergonomic handle designed for comfort. Recessed top helps retain items on shelf during transport. Extended deck makes loading the lower shelf easier. Narrow profile easily navigates through doorways and hallways. 400 lb load capacity.
Features and Benefits:
|Product Length||45.20 in||114.81 cm|
|Product Width||23.80 in||60.45 cm|
|Product Height||34.40 in||87.38 cm|
|Product Weight||52.00 lb||23.59 kg|
|Case Pack Length||49.00 in||124.46 cm|
|Case Pack Width||25.00 in||63.50 cm|
|Case Pack Height||9.00 in||22.86 cm|
|Case Pack Weight||57.20 lb||25.95 kg|
|Case Pack Quantity||1|
|Packaging Length||49.00 in||124.46 cm|
|Packaging Width||25.00 in||63.50 cm|
|Packaging Height||9.00 in||22.86 cm|
|Packaging Weight||57.20 lb||25.95 kg|
|Country of Origin||China|
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