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QuikTRAY Rollout System Help

When measuring for and installing the QuikTRAY Rollout System, you may encounter many different cabinet styles and configurations.  The illustrations below reflect three different cabinet types:

All of these illustrations reflect the dimensions requested when using our QuikTRAY Measurement Worksheet..  After collecting your measurements and having them processed, you can compare them to these illustrations to see the typical installation layout of your QuikTRAY Rollout System or kit.

Figures 7 & 8 demonstrate the use of a "mixed set" of QuikTRAY pilasters to maximize the shelf or tray width for your cabinets.

Please be sure to call a customer service representative if you have any questions about your QuikTRAY Rollout System product needs or installation.

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Single Door Cabinet
Figures 1 and 2
Single door cabinet
Figure 1
The measurements above correspond with the dimensions requested on our QuikTRAY Worksheet for single door cabinets.  With these dimensions, we can determine the necessary QuikTRAY pilaster sizes as well as the pullout drawer or tray dimensions.
Single door cabinet with QuikTRAY
Figure 2
The illustration above demonstrates the placement of the individual components of the QuikTRAY pilasters, drawer slides and pullout shelves or trays.  The pilasters will be sized so that after installation, the drawer slides and pullout shelf or tray will clear the left and right recess and any hinge or door intrusion.
Double Door Cabinet Without Center Divider

Figures 3 and 4
Double door cabinet
Figure 3
The measurements above correspond with the dimensions requested on our QuikTRAY Worksheet for a double door cabinet without a center divider.  With these dimensions, we can determine the necessary QuikTRAY pilaster sizes as well as the pullout drawer or tray dimensions. 
Double door cabinet with QuikTRAY
Figure 4
The illustration above demonstrates the placement of the individual components of the QuikTRAY pilasters, drawer slides and pullout shelves or trays in a double door cabinet without a center divider.  The pilasters will be sized so that after installation, the drawer slides and pullout shelf or tray will clear the left and right recess and any hinge or door intrusion. 
Double Door Cabinet With Center Divider

Figures 5 and 6
Double door divided cabinet with QuikTRAY 
Figure 5
The measurements above correspond with the dimensions requested on our QuikTRAY Worksheet for a double door cabinet with a center divider.  With these dimensions, we can determine the necessary QuikTRAY pilaster sizes as well as the pullout drawer or tray dimensions.  
Double door divided cabinet with QuikTRAY 
Figure 6
The illustration above demonstrates the placement of the individual components of the QuikTRAY pilasters, drawer slides and pullout shelves or trays in a double door cabinet with a center divider.  The pilasters will be sized so that after installation, the drawer slides and pullout shelf or tray will clear the left and right recess and any hinge or door intrusion.  
Single Door Cabinet Using A Mixed Set Of QuikTRAY Pilasters

Figures 7 and 8
Single door cabinet with mixed QuikTRAY sizes
Figure 7
The illustration above demonstrates a cabinet with left and right side dimensions that are unequal.  When we add the left recess (W) to the hinge intrusion (I), if any, the total is greater than that of the right side recess (Y).  In this situation, we can recommend a mixed set of pilasters which will allow the tray or rollout shelf size to be maximized.  The larger pilasters will be installed on the left (as shown above) and the smaller on the right so that after installation, the opening between the pilasters will be allowing the widest possible tray in the opening.
Single door cabinet with mixed QuikTRAY set
Figure 8
The illustration above demonstrates how the QuikTRAY pilasters would be installed in a cabinet with left and right side dimensions that are unequal.  In this situation, we can install a mixed set of pilasters with the larger pair of pilasters installed on the hinge side and the smaller on the non-hinge side.  The actual dimensions for cabinets can vary and produce many different installation scenarios.  This illustration demonstrates but one scenario and solution.