Heavy Duty Shelving 2 Bay Package with 4 LevelsSKU: LS2BP.600.2000.1500.CW4.SB.P1
Introducing our durable and versatile Longspan shelving, the ideal solution for any storage needs. With a safe working load of 600kgs UDL per shelf level and a maximum bay load of 4000kgs, this shelving unit is built to last.
The beauty of our Longspan shelving lies in its adjustable design. The hole positions at every 50mm make adding custom fittings incredibly easy, allowing full customisation to suit your unique storage needs. This makes it the most versatile DIY shelving system available, ensuring you can maximise your storage space.
To maximise the benefits of our Longspan shelving, be sure to check out our range of Louvered panels and . These can be easily added to your shelving unit to further enhance your organisation and storage capabilities. We also offer Add on bays and shelf levels for those requiring even more space. If our standard range doesn't quite meet your requirements, get in touch with us to discuss a customised solution.
*Tubs and Parts bins sold separately
Package Includes: 3 x frames 2000mm high x 600mm deep assembled, 16 x beams 1500mm wide, 8 x particle boards and all hardware for assembly
2000mm high x 3180mm wide
Please note each Long span frame adds on approximately 60mm to the overall length
Our long span shelving has a safe working load of 600kgs UDL* per shelf level and a Maximum bay load of 4000kgs
*Each shelf level is designed to support a maximum load of 600 kilograms with a Uniformly Distributed Load (UDL). When loading the shelves to their maximum capacity, it is essential to evenly distribute the load across the entire shelf level, including its supporting beams. We recommend following these guidelines to maintain optimal safety and performance.
ReadyRack is Melbourne based and deliver state-wide.
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