ST. CLOUD, Florida – Closet Outlet, a licensed manufacturer of the Revolving Storage Systems by Lazy Lee, will display the system at IWF 2018, taking place August 22-25 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, Georgia.
The Revolving Storage Systems by Lazy Lee are built with a stabilizing dock alleviating the need to anchor the spinning storage units to the floor—while keeping the units stable and able to hold unbalanced loads. The most popular Elite Series, 38.5-inch diameter unit, weighs 300 pounds for shipping.  It is made from standard white melamine with a smooth satin finish. Almond, grey and cocoa colors are offered as standards. Closet Outlet says it will also manufacture these units in any color or texture of panel material. 
The company offers 62 different versions of the Revolving Storage Systems in two heights and four standard colors. Pantry, garage, and closet storage systems range from 27.5 to 42 inches in diameter and standard heights of 85.5 and 92.75 inches. Any height up to 12 feet tall is available. 
The unique designs of the units require fasteners that have structural stability as the product is a stand-alone unit, the company says. So, it uses the Lockdowel simple fastening system to assemble the unit and the shelving around them.
“We gain panel to panel and overall structural locking using the Lockdowel fasteners,” said Andy Patel President and Owner of Closet Outlet. “With the fasteners totally concealed and the sturdy structural stability of the entire unit, the finished product behaves as if it was made from a single piece.”
The Lockdowel glue-less, tool-less assembly allow the system to be flat-packed in one crate, designed by Patel, to lower nation-wide shipping costs.
IWF 2018 attendees can view the unit during the show at the Lockdowel booth #8073. It will be displayed in acrylic and plexiglass to show exactly how the fastening system works.
Closet Outlet, located in St. Cloud, Florida, was started in 2016 by Andy Patel who has more than 42 years of experience in the manufacturing industry. The company's current facility is approximately 6,000 square feet and is equipped with standard woodworking equipment and machinery including a straighline edgebander, contour edgebander, CNC router, Lockdowel machine and more. Patel anticipates that the company's current growth pattern will lead to the expansion of its manufacturing facilities by next year.
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