VADANIA VD2053 Heavy Duty Drawer Slides with Lock, Full Extension Ball Bearing, 1-Pair Up to 265 lb load weight
VADANIA VD2053 Heavy Duty Drawer Slides with Lock
– New locking design. You need to press the blue button to open or close the drawer. It will lock when full extension or closed. That can keep your drawer stable and safe.
– 3-Fold Slides – Enable the slides to fully extend. Suitable for industrial drawers, safety drawers, exhibition drawers, heavy truck drawers
– Scope of Application: Mechanical Cabinets, Warehouse Cabinets, Industrial Cabinets, Financial Equipment, Truck Drawers, etc,
New locking design
It will lock when full extension or closed which can keep your drawers stable and safe.
Dual-Row Ball Bearing
The strong ball bearing can keep the drawer sliding gently and smoothly even though carrying heavy items.
Heavy Duty Load Weight
Strong enough to carry up to 265lb heavy weight. The longer the lower load weight. Detail load capacity please check each size image.
Keep pressing the blue button and pulling the drawer slides, you can separate the first fold of it. That can be easier to install and use.
The space between drawer and cabinet wall need to be 1.4″ (0.7″ for each site)
Easy to install
Only 6 easy steps! Please search VADANIA for PDF file.
How to choose the size?
Measure the depth of the drawer ( for example, if the depth is 13in/330mm, choose 12in/300mm drawer slides. Deviations of 0.7in/20mm-1in/30mm are suitable)
Heavy duty and strong carrying.
High Quality Plat – High – tension cold-rolled steel plates, 100,000 times of 265lb push-pull tests without damage.
I’ve had another set of these in my 4×4 for three years spending all summer and fall on a beach with plenty damp salty air and spray, still working like new.
Johnny C –
Work great. You may have to get creating on mounting them because they don’t come apart. Solid and heavy.
I used these slides for an unconventional purpose. We live in a mountain cabin with a very awkward storage closet. These slides allowed me to create a pullout hanging bar in a closet that otherwise had no hanging capacity. Now, I just pull out the slides to gain access to shelves in the back of the closet where I store my bulkier items like sweaters, sweatshirts, and other cool weather gear
These suckers are BEEFY. But damn do they work. I used them to mount on an 8020 framed platform to hold an RTIC 65 cooler (heavy enough when empty) and these work great. Pretty smooth travel and support the weight like its nothing.
Patrick J Washington –
Fridge slider.They appear to be ok so far, the project is as of yet not complete
Rugged and fit the Job
We are remodeling our kitchen, adding a large island which is designed to include three large, deep drawers down low, with smaller drawers above. My cabinet guy had no luck finding HD slides locally, so after searching many online sites, I decided these were the best value – if they lived up to the heavy-duty claims. We ordered three pair of these, and when they arrived and my hired man opened the box, all present were highly impressed with the quality. Exciting for a group of working men, using phrases like badass to describe the slides. They are indeed heavy, and they glide as smooth as silk. You get a satisfying amount and heft of smooth, strong steel and just holding the rail for a single side is impressively heavy.
Smooth, beefy drawer slides. I have no doubt that these will support the rated weight. Use #10 flat head for the carcass; #10 pan head for the drawer.
Smart Home –
I built a big, custom drawer for our cat little box. It allows us to just slide the drawer out to clean the litter box. These slides are solid and smooth, even after about 8 months of daily use and cat litter getting into them.
These are bg, HEAVY slides. They are thicker than smaller slides, so be aware you do need to allow for that. I wish there were some lighter weight ones available in 36″ full extension slides, but at least you don’t have to worry about overloading these. I’ll also point out that you can’t use normal slide screws when mounting them, as they will rub, so you have to use about a #10 wood screw, so that the tapered head fits flush yet doesn’t go right through the hole.