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Steel Construction: The Sanus Component Series CFR1620 Skeleton Rack
features welded, heavy-gauge steel construction.
Stackable Rack: The Sanus Component Series CFR1620's modular,
stackable structure can be coupled into five different height combinations -
40U, 35U, 30U, 20U and 15U.
Capacity: The Sanus CFR1620 can accommodate
up to twenty rack spaces (1.75" tall) or fifteen shelf components (3.5"
tall). It can support
up to 600 lbs of AV gear on the floor, or up to 200 lbs when mounted on the
Quick Assembly: The rack is self-aligning and requires only four bolts
for quick, easy assembly in approximately 15 minutes.
Leveling Feet: The CFR1620 comes with 4 feet that are threaded so you can level the component rack. An optional CA6CK caster kit, available from the manufacturer, includes 4 casters to enable you to roll the rack from place to place.
Wall-Mounting: This versatile rack can be mounted directly to wall
studs for a more permanent organization solution in any room.
Optional Swing-Out Bracket: The Sanus CFA16SM-B1 (051CFA16SM,
sold separately) is an optional swing out mount for Sanus Component 1600 Series
Racks. This optional swivel accessory enables access to the back of
these wall-mounted modular rack systems, so you can easily get to your
components rear-panel connections. It allows your Sanus Component 1600 Series
Rack to swivel effortlessly with a touch of the release tab, and locks securely
when returned to home position against wall. The Sanus CFA16SM-B1 opens up to
Required Tools: The following tools are required when wall-mounting the rack system.
- Stud finder
- Phillips-head screwdriver
- Ratchet with 1/2" sockets (or 1/2" box wrench)
- Drill with 7/32" bit for wood stud installations (3/8" bit for masonry)
- Tape measure (ruler)