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SupeRack Longspan Shelving
Superack Longspan Shelving/Racking is fast and an easy to assemble. It is an industrial/commercial grade heavy duty warehouse shelving suitable for workshops, picking and mezzanine storage areas. Being a modular design with bolted frames and knock down beams, no special tools are needed for assembly. Therefore our system gives you maximum storage in minutes whatever your available space. Our shelving are industrial shelving with 1.5mm to 2mm profile thicknesses and built to last a lifetime and hence a one time investment.
Load per shelf vary from 800KG per level to 260KG per level depending on bay width.
Why SupeRack Longspan Shelving?
- 5 sizes of beam length, 4 different depths and 3 standard heights which can be further extended.
- Superack Longspan Shelving offers flexibility no matter what you are storing.
- Long, uninterrupted spans of up to 2400mm are ideal for a wide range of big and bulky items.
- Shelf levels are easily adjusted for your changing needs. Accessories are available to extend the versatility of the system.
- Can be used with various types of shelves; particle board, melamine, steel or wire mesh depending on your needs.
- Finished with a powder epoxy-polyester coating, polymerized at 180 degrees C and is lead free.
- Designed and manufactured to International Standard ISO9002.
- Complies with Australian and European guidelines for safe storage.
- Price competitive while not compromising on quality & performance.
Our frames bear the full load of the shelving systems. They are critical to the overall system strength, safety and performance. The longspan frames are designed to bear the full weight of a maximum 6 levels with the highest load bearing capacity.
The beam connectors are specially designed to effectively handle vertical loads while minimizing sideways movement. Each beam is supplied with 2 steel safety pins to ensure the beam is correctly positioned and prevent the beam from being accidentally dislodged.The maximum load per shelf level is based on an evenly distributed weight loading.