About this product
- 35-3/4"H (work surface); 24 or 30"W (deep)
- 7 lengths from 48" to 120"
- All SS is type 300, #4 polish satin finish
- Top is 16-gauge stainless steel and sound-deadened
- Top is reinforced with 1” x 2” channel that runs entire length of table
- 2 cutouts for electric outlets in 5" rear riser
- Includes storage slot for 3/4 poly cutting board
- 1-1/2" Stallion Safety Edge on front and rear; side edges are bent down 90 degrees
- Doors, under-shelf and optional interior shelf are 18-gauge SS
- Under-shelf is fixed 14-7/8" off the floor
- Legs are 1-1/2" square O.D. 16-gauge type tubular SS
- Panels are 22-gauge SS
- 1" adjustable SS bullet feet
- Each drawer in 3-drawer tier is 15"W, 5"H, 20" front to back
Note: Cabinets 84" and longer are equipped with six legs or casters.
John Boos Enclosed-Base Commercial Work Cabinets Are Made of Stainless Steel
Boos uses stainless steel exclusively in these enclosed base work stations since they’re designed specifically for foodservice locations, even though they’re equally suitable for industrial and other commercial applications where the tables are regularly exposed to water. Steel that’s stainless simply will not rust, regardless of how deeply it might be scratched. To be classified as stainless, steel must contain a certain percentage of chromium that’s dispersed throughout the steel, not just on its surface. The stainless steel used by Boos is referred to as “300 series,” or “18-8,” indicating a composition of approximately 18% chromium and 8% nickel. Notably, 300 series stainless steel has superior corrosion resistance as compared to 400 series SS, for example.
Choose between Cabinets with 14 or 16-Gauge Stainless Steel Tops
Since the lower the gauge, the thicker the steel, a 14-gauge stainless steel top will be thicker and heavier than one with an 16-gauge SS top. Regardless of your decision, the cabinet top will be sound-deadened, meaning that a sound damping mechanism is employed to capture vibration energy (i.e., noise) and convert it into another form of energy that is less noticeable and bothersome, namely heat. You’ll also have to decide between a flat table top and one with a 5” rear riser. Risers can be quite beneficial depending on the precise application. They can help minimize wasteful ingredient loss, enhance worker productivity and reduce sanitation expense, for example.
Choose an Open Front or Stainless Steel Sliding Doors
Cabinets with open fronts make it quicker and easier for workers to access tools, machinery and equipment stored there, of course. On the other hand, if you intend to store ingredients, materials, tools and equipment that requires some protection from its environs, or if you simply prefer a more orderly and organized look, you’ll want the security and classier appearance that sliders provide. They’re made of 18-gauge stainless steel. For more shelf-storage, add an intermediate shelf, also made of stainless steel. Another option is to equip your cabinet with a 3-drawer tier. Each drawer is fitted with roller bearings for easy gliding. You can also specify self-closing drawers for added convenience, or self-closing drawers that lock, for extra security.
Enjoy Added Worker Protection Thanks to Boos Stallion Safety Edges
These steel work cabinets feature Boos’ proprietary Stallion Safety Edge on both the front and rear edges of the work surface. In this design, the lower third of the table’s edge slopes down and in, at a 45-degree angle. By eliminating a 90-degree angle, the risk of worker lacerations or contusions when a worker reaches under the table for tools or supplies stored on the floor or a shelf is greatly diminished. His/her arms will contact the flat, angled surface, rather than a sharp metal corner.
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John Boos & Co. backs up its products with a one-year warranty against defects in material and workmanship.
At their election, Boos will either repair or replace a product determined to be defective. This warranty does not apply to damage resulting from normal wear and tear, accidents, abuse, neglect, misuse, alterations* or exposure to extreme conditions. Nor does it pertain to wood products ordered unfinished.
*With respect to Boos wood countertops: Cutting into a countertop (e.g., trimming its length or width or executing miter cuts or cutouts) will void the manufacturer's warranty. Should you desire a custom size, a miter cut or a cutout, consider calling for pricing on factory-warranted custom cuts.
Neither Boos nor Butcher Block Co. will be liable for any loss or damage arising from use of products or for any consequential damages.
30-Day Return & Exchange Policy
If you are unhappy with your purchase for any reason, you may return or exchange it within 30 days of the date of purchase. Since all John Boos products are made-to-order,a 20% restocking fee will apply and you will be responsible for return shipping costs. Please note that customized merchandise (e.g., custom countertops) cannot be returned or exchanged (unless the goods arrive in damaged condition, of course).
If you find the identical, brand new product for less (including shipping & handling) on another website within 3 days of your purchase, email us the address of the webpage where you found the lower-price offer. If we determine that the online store is an authorized John Boos dealer, we will refund the difference. Please note that Butcher Block Co. will not always be able to match a lower price offer (e.g., in cases where doing so would violate legal agreements between us and our manufacturer-partners) and any refund may be limited (e.g., in cases where the competing offer is below our all-in cost).