Built like a tank, this heavy-duty cart holds up to 500 lbs of your instruments & equipment in a compact footprint. Best of all, there is no basic model to start with — you're the designer from the floor up. Choose the frame size, type of shelves, placement of storage solutions & then accessorize your utility cart. With so many options, Convoi truly gives a whole new meaning to “configurable".
Who better to design a cart that perfectly meets your needs than you? With Convoi, you choose everything from the basic frame to the type of shelves and accessories. First decide which width (24” or 30”), then your preferred frame height (29.5” Standard, 35.5” Tall or 41.5” Extra-tall).
Convoi is quite the heavy lifter. Designed with a cast aluminum base, it holds up to 500 lbs.! The robust nature of Convoi means it’s a great choice for your sensitive, heavy lab instruments. Stack large equipment on the top shelf and add shelves below to keep extra supplies or smaller equipment within easy reach.
Convoi moves easily on four large 5” rubber casters. With two total lock and two directional lock casters, the cart stays in place wherever you need it. Add an 18” handle to steer your cart with ease. Handle mounts at any height on Convoi’s legs on the right or left side.
Cables route through the extruded aluminum legs to keep them neat and secure. The cable management channels feature black rubber blades that are a lot like windshield wiper blades. Push your cables inside the channel and the flexible blades keep them in place.
Just like the integrated cable management, there are also channels to add accessories. Set the height for your handle or shelf by sliding tabs through the leg channels and then tightening them. Need a comfortable standing-height computer station? Add a Flat Panel Monitor Mount!
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