Preliminary remark – carcass construction.
Series 800 element cabinets are supplied fully glued or disassembled, with eccentric connectors. The row of holes (dia. 3 mm) at a grid distance of 25 mm can be used right through.
Shelf carriers (load class L75) are screwed into standard-equipped cabinets  and screwed and inserted into individually equipped cabinets  .
Adjustable shelf inserts  made from chipboard (up to a width of 80 cm), coreboard (width 40 - 120 cm) and sheet steel (width 80 - 120 cm) have a concealed mounting for the shelf carriers.
Vertical carcass structures are fashioned by glued and, in the case of disassembled cabinets, by construction shelves  with eccentric connectors.
Horizontal carcass structures are fashioned by middle partitions flush with the carcass  or set back  . These are glued or, in the case of disassembled cabinets, equipped with eccentric connectors. Middle partitions flush with the carcass permit the use of separately closing single swing doors. Set-back partitions are combined with double swing doors.
Bases are a structural component of the carcass construction made from chipboard  or are positioned as a steel base  at heights of 75 and 40 mm below the carcass. Both base types have precision height adjustment by means of an Allen key  through the bottom shelf. The chipboard base can be fitted with a base cover strip flush with the front/door  . Base recesses  on the back are possible in the case of floor strips.
Wardrobe and washbasin cabinets are provided with plastic ventilation outlets on the top and bottom edges of the door.
Erection: Models from a height of 197 cm or models with drawers and/or pullouts (DGUV Regel 108-007) must be secured to the wall or floor.