Glass Rack - 5 Column Hanger - Anthracite

5 Column Wine Glass Rack Storage Solution in a PVD Coated Anthracite Design

Glass rack in a very dark grey (near black) finish with five sections for wine glasses and other stemmed glassware, designed for underside mounting and is ideal for commercial bars and restaurants.

Glass Rack - 5 Column - Mod 876

Options Finish Depth (L)
Code Price (inc VAT) Quantity 
Glass Rack, 300mm Anthracite 300 500 11.0876.300.26 £117.22
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Glass Rack, 350mm Anthracite 350 500 11.0876.350.26 £130.42
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Glass Rack, 400mm Anthracite 400 500 11.0876.400.26 £142.27
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Glass Rack, 450mm Anthracite 450 500 11.0876.450.26 £159.74
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Important: Depth (L) measurement is hole centre to hole centre, allow additional 30mm for installation.

Key Features:

Anthracite Finish
Anthracite finish.
Drill Required
Drill required for installation.
Screw Fixings Supplied
Countersunk screws are supplied for wood mount installation.

Anthracite Black Glass Rack - 5 Column

Glass rack manufactured from Zamak with a PVD coating to give a hard-wearing anthracite finish.

Strong and safe storage solution that offers fantastic glass organisation with quick and easy access.

All racks are 500mm wide with a choice of 300mm, 350mm, 400mm and 450mm depths available, (+ 30mm depth for installation).

Suitable for wine glasses, cocktail glasses, champagne flutes and brandy glasses.

Easy DIY installation using countersunk screws, mounting onto the underside of shelves, cupboards and cabinets.

Designed for indoor use.


Width: 500mm

Depth: 300mm, 350mm, 400mm, 450mm

Height: 48mm

Glass stem reception: 25mm

Glass base reception: 75mm

Rail Ø: 6mm

5 Column Glass Rack - Anthracite Finish


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What is Zamak - PVD Coating

Zamak Construction - PVD Coating

Zamak is a family of alloys with a base metal of zinc with elements of aluminium, magnesium and copper.

PVD (Physical Vapour Deposition) coatings are usually harder and more corrosion resistant than coatings applied by electroplating and tend to have high temperature and good impact strength, excellent abrasion resistance and durability.

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