ENHET Swivel shelf, anthracite,

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Tired of looking for those things that tend to disappear in the kitchen or bathroom? You can easily solve this by attaching this handy swivel shelf to the open wall- or high frames in the ENHET series.

Article number204.657.34

Product details

The smart design allows you to fasten the shelf easily to any of the open wall- or high frames in the ENHET series.

You can find and reach the things you need by turning the shelf.

Perfect to have as a spice rack by the hob to keep all the flavours close at hand when you are cooking.

With this swivel shelf in the bathroom, it is easier to keep jewellery, nail polish, and creams organised. Maybe you can have a side or a shelf each?

Choose a colour that matches your other furnishings or adds an accent colour.

The raised edges of the shelves keep things in place.

10 year guarantee. Read about the terms in the guarantee brochure.

Designer

IKEA of Sweden/E Lilja Löwenhielm

Article number204.657.34
  • Fits all open frames in the ENHET series.

  • Tray:

    Galvanized steel, Powder coating

    Metal tube/ Top/ Bottom/ Lock:

    Steel, Powder coating

    Insert nut:

    Polyamide plastic, Copper

    Screw:

    Steel, Galvanized

    Top/ Bottom/ Nut:

    Stainless steel

    Wipe clean with a mild soapy solution.

    Wipe dry with a clean cloth.

    Wet marks should always be dried off as soon as possible to stop moisture penetration.

  • Assembly instructionsENHET Swivel shelf204.657.34

Measurements

Height: 40 cm

Diameter: 21 cm

  • ENHETArticle number204.657.34

    Width: 22 cm

    Height: 5 cm

    Length: 23 cm

    Weight: 0.87 kg

    Package(s): 1

Shared knowledge creates innovations

ENHET is the first storage series that our kitchen and bathroom specialists developed together. But if you think about it, it's a pretty logical collaboration. Both kitchens and bathrooms need work spaces, storage solutions and organisation – and need to withstand daily wear and tear in a humid environment. We also know that they are areas that many people find difficult and time-consuming to both plan and assemble. That’s what we set out to change.

One goal with ENHET was that all parts should be easy to assemble – intuitively and without any special tools. For cabinets and drawers it was a given to use the wooden wedge dowel which started to replace classic fittings in the IKEA range a few years ago.

Easy assembly with “Grisen”

But a new innovation was needed for the open storage in metal frames. That’s how "Grisen" ("Pig" in Swedish) came to be – a metal wedge dowel that allows you to easily assemble the frames with just a click. "It actually looks like the snout of a little piglet, so the nickname felt like a natural choice", says product developer Daniel Loader, who took part in the project.

Reliable steel

One challenge with the metal frames was that the steel must withstand the humid environments of kitchens and bathrooms – without rusting. “We found a method in the automotive industry called AD coating”, says Daniel and describes how all the frame parts are dipped in the coating. “After we saw the lab test photos, it was clear that we had the right solution. They showed rust on parts with other coatings, while those with the AD coating were rust-free.” Looking back at the project, Daniel thinks it provided important insights. “Something happens when you bring together a lot of people with different experiences, and strong and innovative momentum can arise."

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Material

What is steel?

Steel has unique characteristics when it is stretched and shaped since it remains strong. It provides strength to everything from skyscrapers and cars to bed frames and outdoor furniture. The steel industry is moving in the direction of more energy-efficient production and stronger steel qualities. It doesn’t lose any of its properties when recycled and today steel is one of the most recycled materials in the world.