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Topic # 138932 22-Jan-2014 11:14
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Anyone have recommendations on where to get cheap and good (do they both exist??) shelves for a server cabinet?

Just want to securly store some stuff in a server cabinet/rack - eg laptops/mobile phones/etc.

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  Reply # 972138 22-Jan-2014 11:32
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cdlnz.com would be the first place I would look.




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  Reply # 972139 22-Jan-2014 11:32
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cdlnz.com would be the first place I would look.




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  Reply # 972153 22-Jan-2014 11:49
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What size are you after and where about are you?



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  Reply # 972161 22-Jan-2014 12:06
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Thanks for the feedback guys...looks like only a few companies make this stuff, so each different supplier just uses the same distributor/manufacturer...which means all pretty much the same price.

Auckland is where I am at. Size wise - it's just a standard size server cabinet to put it in - front to back is about 720mm; ideally a full length shelf, but considering the merits of a cantilever one



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  Reply # 977054 30-Jan-2014 08:48
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Just to follow this up and post a resolution; I ended up getting a shelf from Enclosure technology Ltd (www.etl.co.nz)...most of the places just stock dynamix shelves, and while they were likely to fit the resellers and distributor alike could not confirm for me 100% that it would fit (it was going into a Dell and not a Dynamix cabinet).
So anyhow, ETL came to the rescue - super prompt service, great quality product. Well happy!

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