Check out: HTC PBR-001 Portamate Wood Storage Rack

HTC PBR-001 Portamate Wood Storage Rack

HTC PBR-001 Portamate Wood Storage Rack
The 6 Shelf is a multipurpose racking system, providing capacity for wood, pipes and other long items. For both external and internal applications, the unit suits workshops, garages and sheds. The provides six levels of , holding 110 lbs. of material per level. are 12-1/4″ long, wall standards are 39″ long. The Portamate Wood can be easily installed and is constructed of powder-coated steel tube.   Great for adding storage to garages, basements, and sheds (view larger). An excellent solution to managing , the compact Portamate Wood storage system will help bring order to your workshop. It provides storage for a wide range of products including lumber, moldings, pipes, PVC, and more–neatly and safely. Easy to install and easy to customize, applications include garage walls, basements, sheds and even outdoor fences. The is made from high quality, powder coated tubular stee

  • For interior and exterior mounting applications in garages and shops
  • Six leves of storage hold 110 pounds of material per level on sturdy power coated steel supports
  • 41-Inch Height by 72-Inch width by 12-1/2-inch shelf depth
  • Store a variety of materials including lumber, molding, pipes, gutters, PVC, and more
  • 1 Year Warranty

List Price: $ 59.99

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Question by kiss.misskate: If you were looking for something stronger than a shop vac, how would you search for it?
Shop vacs only relocate dust, I’m looking to collect and contain. How should I search for something stronger (for use in a workshop, not in home) online? What would you search for?

Best answer:

Answer by joyceeleann
You want to look for a Commercial or Industrial Shop Vac. They come in more power. If look on ebay, look under Commercial equipment

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    • WillyMack
    • July 11, 2013
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Sturdier than expected, June 25, 2012
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    This review is from: HTC PBR-001 Portamate Wood Storage Rack (Tools & Home Improvement)

    I mounted this into 2×6 studs with 5″ lags and it is very solid. I did a pull up on the bottom rung without it moving (not recommended).

    Note that the package does not come with wall mounting hardware (except for the spacers that go between the black bar and the wall). Make sure you buy the right hardware for the type of wall you are installing on. You will need 6 lags or anchors 1/4″ thick.

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    • piper
    • July 11, 2013
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    great product, April 29, 2012
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    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: HTC PBR-001 Portamate Wood Storage Rack (Tools & Home Improvement)

    It is a great lumber rack!easy to install and holds alot of lumber.i am thinking about adding a couple more to my shop

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    • kpd2020
    • July 11, 2013

    Your best option is
    Home Depot
    Lowe’s
    Menard’s
    Sears
    There are deals out there so go on line and look. Get one that has a good amount of attachments, HP, good hose and buy a nice extension cord, most come with a short cord.

    • cowboydoc
    • July 11, 2013

    Go to Wal-Mart, Home depot, Lowes, etc there has to be just about everywhere you can think of that sells some kind of vac and one is always better then the last or, more advanced.

    • JAMES W
    • July 11, 2013

    I’M AFRAID YOUR PROBLEM IS IN TH FILTERING SYSTEM OF YOUR SHOP VAC.SWITCH TO AN INDUSTRIAL BRAND OR MODEL AND KEEP YOUR FILTERS IN GOOD SHAPE………………SEARCH VACUUM EQUIPMENT…

    • michelob86
    • July 11, 2013

    Look for the horsepower of the motor (compare with the shop vac; more HP, more suction). Also get a direct drive (no belt driven).

    • boxer
    • July 11, 2013

    I am wondering if you are looking for an industrial dust control system. I mean like a wood working shop would use. They are like built in central vacuums with outlets/inlets at each machine and bench. I would be phoning industrial suppliers and getting an idea of what they supply. Since I don’t know where you are located I can’t give a name to call. You should be able to find it on the web or the yellow pages though.
    Doing a search with the words “industrial vacuum systems,” returned this as just the first hit of many more:
    http://www.cat-vacuum-collectors.com/
    These types of units are often available through closures and bankruptcy auctions.

    • stretch
    • July 11, 2013

    sounds like you’re looking to control dust in your workshop. I’d do a search on dust collectors. That should bring up the many, many web sites dedicated to shop vacuum systems.

    I have several shop vacs but also I have a single-stage dust collector attached to my planner, table saw and planer. Also, check good woodworking stores like Woodcrafters, etc. They will have entire systems, i.e., hoses, fences, gates, etc.

    Good luck

    • Michael P
    • July 11, 2013

    Since Amazon bought Tool Crib of the North they have good tool selection, good prices, great delivery. Search for Dust Collectors. I like my Jet – 1100 cfm, single stage. I’ve got bags, but the new cartridge filter ones pull more air and stop more of the dust.

    Then you can make a hobby of installing the world’s coolest dust collection system in your shop which can be more fun than actually using the shop to do woodworking…

    • split dog
    • July 11, 2013

    Try Grainger or other Industrial supplier for the serious stuff.

    • mountainriley
    • July 11, 2013

    I’m not quite sure why your shop vac is not containing the dust. Make sure your filter is in good shape and installed properly. Make sure the seal between the motor housing and tank is good before you replace it. I have a 60.00 vac and it relocates dust from the floor to the tank. Are you sure the hose is on the intake and not on the exhaust?

    • zen522
    • July 11, 2013

    For a shop setting you want to look for a dust collector.
    Try this seach:
    http://search.yahoo.com/search;_ylt=A0geuueFppBFEFwBQjNXNyoA?p=dust+collector&ei=UTF-8&fr=ush-ans&x=wrt

    • SteveK
    • July 12, 2013

    For wood working, and plaster dust, I use a Craftsman 16 gal. vac with a HEPA filter cartridge. The regular filter costs $ 16.00, the HEPA costs $ 32.00. I get several cleanings out of the HEPA before replacement. I attach the vac to all my power tools. I don’t have the room for the bag type dust collectors.
    You can find all the types of vacs and dust collectors at Delta, Jet, Rockler, Powermatic, Woodcrafters, Sears, Lowe’s, Home Depot.

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