Utility Cart, Open Sided, Black

SKU: FG409100BLA

The Rubbermaid Commercial Xtra Utility Cart functions in front and back of house applications.

  • Easy to clean surfaces
  • 4" swivel casters for mobility
  • Easy grip handles
  • Measures 15-1/8" x 20-3/4" x 36"



The Rubbermaid Commercial Xtra Utility Cart, 3 Shelf, functions in front and back of house applications. This rolling utility cart has open sides to carry large loads. It has metal uprights and molded shelves engineered for durability, 4" non-marking swivel casters for mobility, and can support up to 300 lbs.

Features and Benefits:

  • Easy to clean surfaces
  • 4" swivel casters for mobility
  • Easy grip handles
  • Measures 15-1/8" x 20-3/4" x 36"


Product Length40.63 in52.71 cm
Product Width20.00 in91.44 cm
Product Height37.80 in38.42 cm
Product Weight43.40 lb630.40 kg
Case Pack Length20.75 in52.71 cm
Case Pack Width36.00 in91.44 cm
Case Pack Height15.13 in38.42 cm
Case Pack Weight39.40 lb17.91 kg
Case Pack Quantity1
Packaging Length20.75 in52.71 cm
Packaging Width36.00 in91.44 cm
Packaging Height15.13 in38.42 cm
Packaging Weight39.40 lb630.40 kg
Material TypePlastic
Country of OriginUSA


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