Shelving Guides

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Common Uses Light industrial/ commercial. Smaller boxes/
light product.
Light industrial/ commercial. Drawer units
and shelf bins.
Standard and Heavy Industrial. Dense product.
Heavy usage area.
Freezer/cooler. Electronics. Heavy industrial.
Retail Display.
Shelf Particle Board 22 ga. steel 20 and 18 ga. steel Open wire grid with bar joist edge frame.
Upright 16 ga. steel frame 16 ga. steel posts 14 ga. formed steel posts/ 12 ga. angle steel
1″ round steel posts with spacing grooves.
Shelf Capacity 250-400 lbs. 300-400 lbs. 350-1100 lbs. 600-800 lbs
Width 36 or 48″ 36 or 48″ 30, 36, 42, 48″ 30, 36, 48, 60, 72″
Depth 12, 18, or 24″ 12, 18, or 24″ 12, 18, 24, 30″ 14, 18, 24, 30″
Height 84 or 96″ 75 or 87″ 75, 87, 99, 123″ 54, 62, 74, 86″
Assembly Steel edged shelves clip into slots on upright
frames. Back bracing may be required.
Shelves clip into upright posts. Back braces
and side braces are bolted into place.
Shelves clip or bolt to posts. Back braces
and side braces are bolted in place.
Plastic clips snap onto upright posts. Shelves
slide on over posts and wedge onto plastic clips.


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  1. These are general specifications from a variety of manufacturers. There
    may be differences between these descriptions and some specific brands.
    Please call us with any specific questions.
  2. Gauge or ga. (a measure of steel thickness) goes backward. 18 gauge is
    heavy duty; 22 gauge is light duty.
  3. Back braces can be eliminated by using corner angle sways. This allows
    clear access to the front and back.
  4. Other sizes are available for special applications. Please call us.