Product Description

  • Now made in a Durable Steel Construction
  • Pegs tilt upward at the ends to prevent aprons from sliding
  • Electromagnetic power coated in the color White
  • Mounts to wall studs, please use a plywood backing to studded wall when mounting
  • Pegs are 4" Long x 1/2" Diameter
  • Warranty: 1 year
  • Available in the following configurations: (weight capacity)
    • 7156-70 holds 1 apron on 2 pegs (12 lbs)
    • 7156-80 holds 2 aprons on 4 pegs (24 lbs)
    • 7156 holds 4 aprons on 8 pegs (48 lbs)
    • 7156-35 holds 7 aprons on 14 pegs (84 lbs)
    • 7156-46 holds 9 aprons on 18 pegs (108 lbs)

 

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Specifications

Specifications
Manufacturer Phillips Safety Products
Country of Manufacture United States
Item Ships From New Jersey
GSA Contract Number V797D-40246

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Product Video

 

Instructions

Returns require prior written authorization within 30 days of product receipt. Please contact Customer Service and provide a reason for the return request. A restocking fee may be assessed at the discretion of the manufacturer. All items must be returned in original, unused condition free of damage. All shipping charges remain payable by the purchaser.

Returns

Returns require prior written authorization within 30 days of product receipt. Please contact Customer Service and provide a reason for the return request. A restocking fee may be assessed at the discretion of the manufacturer. All items must be returned in original, unused condition free of damage. All shipping charges remain payable by the purchaser.

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Customer Questions
Are the aprons at risk for cracks since they will still have some type of crease or fold versus hanging them on a hanger apron? Do you have any literature to support that the lead is safe for the peg apron hangers?

On this rack the aprons should be hung by the shoulders as depicted in the product video. Creasing is not a concern if the aprons are hung accurately. A crease concern would typically occur if an apron is folded for storage in a manner which causes the weight of the apron to put pressure on the fold causing a crease in the internal protective material. Unfortunately, we do not have any literature ...

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