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Rolling Clothing Racks

Once used almost exclusively by traveling salesman who would travel with a collapsible rack in their car trunk to show their lines, the rolling rack is now widely used by almost every type of apparel retailer no matter the store environment. RCS/1 has heavy duty wheel construction and heavy gauge steel. A lighter gauge design was developed for display and is the most common rack in use today (RCS/2). Those retailers who prefer square tubing to coordinate with their other racks should consider the RCW/4. The hangrails are adjustable in height but for long dresses, coat and gowns, height extenders are available (TA6).

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Rolling garment racks and rolling clothing racks are used as a basic single bar rack for permanent and temporary display.  Often racks are folded and stored flat in the backroom when not in use and then set up to handle goods on sale.  The racks contain pull-out rods to hold additional inventory  and include industrial strength casters for easy mobility.  Double hangrail folding racks were developed to handle much larger inventories (RCS/3).

A variety of Z-racks are available and are perfect for excess inventory in the backroom.  Racks nest perfectly with the base configuration to minimize floor space consumed.  The RZK/7 has a one-piece base construction for heavy duty use while the RZK/8 has a three-piece base construction and ships in smaller carton for lower shipping cost.