What image flashes through your mind when you think of shelving systems? It is the rows upon rows of shelves that you see in supermarkets, retail outlets and any departmental store. Switch your mind to an office or any commercial establishment and you will find shelving systems for keeping old records, files and other stationary. Walk into your home and you will see small shelves in your kitchen for storing crockery or spice jars. This is apart from those that came inbuilt into the wall. Hotels, restaurants, schools, warehouses, hospitals and nursing homes – the use of shelving systems is common to all. The only variation will be the size, number of shelves and load bearing capacity which will be different in each case.
The most common type of shelving system is ones that have shelves made of heavy duty wire with chrome finish. Each level can take upwards of 100kgwith 4 shelves in each unit. Then there are the heavy duty shelving systems that have a unique tie bar design. The frames are welded and are sturdy and durable. These 4-tired jumbos can take as much as 4 tons with each shelf having the capacity of a ton each and are mainly seen in warehouses, large wholesale retail outlets and even homes where they are used to dump all the cumbersome junk a family invariably has. There are shelving systems which can be used both indoors and outdoors. These are made of heavy duty high impact resin and hence there is no possibility of corrosion. The shelves have a mesh level and this ventilated design prevents formation of mildew.
The space between the shelves in all shelving systems can be adjusted to hold items of different volumes. Usually it is in half inch increments. Once a system is delivered to your premises you can easily set it up using simple tools. Evaluate your needs and order a system that exactly matches your requirements.