Door not included
Pull-Out Waste Bins
$128 - $149.45
No Sales Tax, Except CT
- Twin Pull-Out Waste Bins for frameless (Euro) cabinets
- Available in 27 quart (7 Gal.), 35 quart (9 Gal.) & 50 quart (12 1/2 Gal.) capacities
- Plastic White bins
- Wood construction
- Comes fully assembled
- Built-in door mount bracket
- Full-extension slides mount to cabinet sides
- Lids available for 35 & 50 quart bins - Click here - A lid on the rear basket may not work depending on cabinet construction
- Limited Lifetime Manufacturers Warranty
- Replacement bins available - Click here
- For double pull-out bins for framed cabinets - Click here
These Frameless Pull-Out Waste Bins by Rev-A-Shelf are available in three different sizes. The pull-outs have a wood construction and come with White plastic bins. These pull-outs have full-extension slides.
(W = side to side) (D = front to back) (H = top to bottom)(Frameless Minimum Cabinet Opening: Watch for Position of Hinge Block & Allow for its Depth if Necessary)Click to View Frame Face vs. Frameless Cabinets
For Face Frame or Frameless Cabinets
Ships via UPS/FedEx Ground
|Very nice solution for trash
by: Marc from: St Pete, FL on: January 26, 2016
| ||Easy to install however did require small shim since cabinet width was slightly more than the slide was built for. This wasn't mentioned in instructions. Instructions rather confusing, use easy version and double sided tape to attach door. Overall the quality is very good and we would recommend buying.
|Very great quality!
by: Michael from: -, - on: May 4, 2015
| ||Surprised by the great quality for the price.. Very easy to install and happy with the design.
by: Arthur Bradbury from: Lee, NH on: September 5, 2014
| ||I am a cabinet / custom furniture maker, and am in the process of installing this in a new cabinet I'm making. I am impressed with the solid construction of this product.
|Outstanding product - does what it should
by: Craig Goodwin from: Cumming, GA on: October 23, 2013
| ||We had custom cabinets installed during a kitchen renovation. The Rev-A-Shelf waste bin solved where to put the trash and recyclables (i.e.: in the 19" base cabinet between the sink base and the dishwasher.) This design hangs the trash cans. There is virtually no place for debris to collect over time. Install instructions are not great. I shimmed our 17 1/2" opening down to 16 1/2" with two pieces of 1/2" plywood. Also I had to shim with washers to keep the unit from popping out of its slides. At the recommended 20 1/8" height, the unit hit the drawer above. I lowered (i.e.: slide midpoint) to 17 1/2". That left ~ 1/8" at top and ~ 1/4" at bottom of the trash cans for clearance. A very nice fit and very professional-looking product and install. Unfortunately, no room for optional lid with this install (i.e.: since there is a drawer in the cabinet above trash cans.) Overall, completely satisfied. Unit appears to be extremely well-made and very strong.
|Excellent trash system
by: Penny C. from: San Diego, CA on: December 11, 2012
| ||Excellent trash system. Slightly damaged in shipping but not worth sending back so only 4 stars our of 5. Works great, slides smoothly. Would purchase again and recommend to a friend.
by: Debbie from: St Louis, MO on: June 2, 2011
| ||instruction sheet directed that glide bars be at a height that did did not work...21 1/8" too high...14 1/2" too low...made the adjustment to 18" and it's great. Replaced a heavily used 20 year old bottom mounted Rev-A-Shelf...
|It works well.
by: kicki from: columbus, oh on: December 14, 2010
| ||The garbage bins slide nicely. It doesn't sit flush with other cabinets because the rubber stoppers are too thick. I will shave them down.
|I assume this waste bin RAS-4WCTM-1850DM2-419-FL can be installed in face-framed cabinets as long as the minimum opening dimensions are met. Since I have face-framed cabinet, assume I'll have to install shim along side of cabinet on which to mount the slides. Is that correct? - Asked about product RAS-4WCTM-1850DM2-419-FL
| ||This model is a frameless cabinet, not a framed cabinet. If you had a framed cabinet you would need the shim. You can install it as long as the dimensions are correct.
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