Enclume MPC-05 RACK IT UP Ceiling Bar Pot Rack (pair)
- Fast, easy installation with exclusive "Toggler" anchors. Install toggles directly in drywall. Hold hundreds of pounds. No more joists or studs needed
- Quality steel pot rack; store pots and utensils overhead for easy access; free up counter top and cabinet space
- Strong steel construction yet light weight (just 7 pounds); will hold over 100 pounds
- Add decorative style; attractive "hammered steel" powder coat finish; paintable to complement any decor
- Easy assembly; no handyman required; assemble in minutes; all hardware included
MPC-05 Features: -Quick and easy installation with super-strong new-technology anchors (included). Install in just seconds and hold hundreds of pounds. -Ideal for smaller ceiling spaces. -Low cost option that offers so much storage and versatility. -Especially designed for smaller kitchens, condos, townhomes, and apartments. Finish: -Grey/Silver. Material: -Stainless steel. Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: -13 Inches. Overall Width - Side to Side: -1.25 Inches. Overall Depth - Front to Back: -22 Inches. Overall Product Weight: -7 Pounds.
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I have another concern that if you hang heavy pot only on one side of the grid and you do not stack anything heavy on top of the grid, then, I think the unsecured grid will go belly up on you! Stacking any large heavy pot is not an option for low ceilings ( 8 foot ceiling), there is not sufficient clearance with 8 foot ceiling and using Low Ceiling arms to secure the rack. Off course the hooks supplied slide freely within the grid
BTW, Enclume website recommends this design to be used on ceilings 9 foot or higher or you will need low ceiling arms to have enough clearance and visibility with pots hanging.
Update: OK, decided to keep the rack and make it work for my kitchen. The installation is very easy and the togglers for drywall ceiling is the best!! One way I fixed the jiggling and movement of grids and support bar was with use of small cable zip ties. Secured the grids together and to the support bar, so there is no wiggle room for the grids. The middle support metal rod/bar was immobilized with a piece of medium/thin weight felt with sticky backing( used for furniture, bought at OSH). I didnot stick it, but used it folded over. This provides the middle support bar with enough thickness for it to hang on the main frame without allowing it to move. So, the entire grid system is quite solid, stable and secure with this tweaking. I think it will stay secure with heavy pots and pans hanging it now. In case the zip ties give out, it is trivial to secure them with zip ties. Added benefit of using Low Ceiling arms is that it secures the entire rack solidly anchored and prevents swinging, which would be the case while hanging and taking off pots in its original configuration. On the downside, the whole grid is way high, that top of the grid cannot be used for storing lids, pots etc.
My photo of the product is included in the above Customer Images (the one with the words "EAT" in the background). It literally cleared out my entire cabinet of pots, and my stockpot and another large pot easily fit on the Enclume MPG-10 RACK IT UP Grid and Brackets I ordered for the top. You can purchase all three and get extra savings.
The best part was that it was all part of Amazon Prime--so I got it in two days without paying shipping.
My husband thought the toggle anchors ingenius. The install was quick and easy and now we're enjoying the "look" and the extra cabinet space!