What is the weight that our work surface on our M38 product line can hold?
I’m not able to get my RX cart to power on?
The on/off switch for the RX cart is located inside the base and is not visible externally.
Cavi wipe bracket information.
Cavi wipe brackets have to be ordered by the customer from www.metrex.com. Our cavi wipe kit comes with the t-track to install the bracket. The cavi wipe bracket will need alterations to be added to the cart. Specifically, drilled holes will have to be added..
Does your cart have a trash can option?
Yes. Our cart comes standard with two multi-purpose storage bins (4”l x 3 3/4”w x 5”d) that some hospitals use as a trash bin. We also have the option of mounting an additional larger trash bin on the back of the cart off of our “t-track.”
What kind of storage options do you have?
Rubbermaid Healthcare offers a number of different storage solutions for our computing carts. Our Expansion Pack option has up to six drawers of storage. The storage space on the Expansion Pack can be customized with different drawer configurations to meet the needs of individual units.
Do the cart wheels pickup dirt, hair, etc?
No, all of our carts have high quality casters rated for use in hospitals. The wheel and all of the bearings inside the wheels are completely sealed. There are no holes and breaks in the wheel to allow any dirt or hair to be picked up
How does your cart handle the keyboard and mouse placement?
The keyboard pulls out from underneath the work surface. The keyboard tray allows for 6” of height adjustment, 180 degree swivel and -15 degree to 10 degree tilt. Mouse pads are located to the right and left of the keyboard tray. We also have a mouse holder that mounts to the side of the mouse pads.
How much workspace does your cart have?
The Rubbermaid Healthcare cart offers a generous 21” wide x 16” deep work surface with a raised edge that helps retain spills. The work surface also includes a document cover to protect reference documents.
What is the maximum number of carts that can be plugged into 15 and 20 AMP outlets?
The assumption being made by Rubbermaid Healthcare is that all carts are being charged from a completely dead state. 15 AMP outlets can handle 3 carts at one time and 20 AMP outlets can handle 4 carts at one time.