33 In Audio Visual Cart with Enclosed Cabinet, 3 Shelves, Black


The Rubbermaid Commercial Audio-Visual Cart is designed to make any presentation run smoothly.

  • 150 lb. load capacity
  • 3 shelves with cabinet
  • 3" swivel casters
  • Cord wrap helps organize wires and cords
  • Cord wrap helps organize wires and cords



The Rubbermaid Commercial Audio Visual Cart 32.5"x18.63"x32.13", 3 shelf with cabinet, 3" swivel casters, 150 lb. load capacity. Features cord wrap, user friendly handle, built in 3 outlet power strip

Features and Benefits:

  • 150 lb. load capacity
  • 3 shelves with cabinet
  • 3" swivel casters
  • Cord wrap helps organize wires and cords
  • Cord wrap helps organize wires and cords
  • User-friendly handle and four swivel casters for easy maneuverability
  • Built-in 3-outlet, surge-suppressing power strip (UL/CSA listed) with 10 ft. cord
  • Durable and attractive molded shelves and metal uprights


Product Packaging Length32.94 in83.67 cm
Product Packaging Width19.19 in48.75 cm
Product Packaging Height14.51 in36.85 cm
Product Packaging Weight32.87 lb525.92 kg
Case Pack Length32.94 in83.67 cm
Case Pack Width19.19 in48.75 cm
Case Pack Height14.51 in36.85 cm
Case Pack Weight35.94 lb16.34 kg
Case Pack Quantity1
Material TypePlastic
Country of OriginUSA


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Certifications & Regulatory Information

California Prop 65

<p>Proposition 65 is an initiative originally approved by CA voters to address their growing concerns about exposure to toxic chemicals. It became the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986, better known by its original name of Proposition 65. Prop 65 requires the State of CA to publish a list of chemicals known to cause cancer or birth defects or other reproductive harm, etc. The chemicals include additives or ingredients in pesticides, common household products, food, drugs, dyes, or solvents. The program is administered by The Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) which is part of the CA Environmental Protection Agency. Where required, warnings must be included with the product’s labeling.</p> <p>Link: <a rel="noopener" href="https://oehha.ca.gov/proposition-65" target="_blank">https://oehha.ca.gov/proposition-65</a></p>


<p>REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals) requires substances of very high concern (SVHC) that are imported into the EU in certain quantities to be registered with European Chemicals Agency (ECHA). A list of acceptable substances is maintained and any substances on that list do not require separate registration. REACH is a globally recognized initiative and most countries now have some level of a REACH program.</p>

UL Classified

<p>“Classification” is used “for the purpose of classification or evaluation with respect to one or more of the following: <br />(1) specific risks only, e.g., casualty, fire or shock, <br />(2) performance under specified conditions, <br />(3) regulatory codes, <br />(4) other standards, including international standards, or <br />(5) such other conditions as UL may consider desirable.” <br />This allows UL to have a wide array of marks in this area to give specific information to consumers about the standards of a product. For instance, the UL Classified Water Quality Mark certifies that a product is able to provide suitable drinking water for products such as filtration systems or water treatment additives.</p> <p>Link: <a rel="noopener" href="https://www.ul.com" target="_blank">www.ul.com</a></p>

UL Listed

<p>Mark indicates the product is produced by a company that limits product risks that can be reasonably foreseen. UL does not test each product in this case, instead they authorize the manufacturer to test their products and apply the UL listed mark themselves. However, UL does follow up with the manufacturer on a regular basis to make sure they are following correct procedures to test their products.</p> <p>Can be UL Listed for multiple countries: Abbreviation for the countries will be listed around the UL Listed Symbol (UL Listed: US and C is the most common)</p> <p>Link: <a href="https://www.ul.com/">www.ul.com</a></p>