◎ 我们悬臂式货架的臂长范围从 600 到 1200 毫米 将您的悬臂式货架与其他存储系统（如托盘货架和轻型拣货货架）相结合，实现全面的全渠道解决方案。
Our cantilever racking system is more compact than any other system because of the lack of front columns saving you the extra space allocated in a standard pallet rack system.
The unique rack system can increase productivity and service quality by:
◎ Easy use with no front column to disrupt the flow
◎ Faster loading and unloading capabilities
◎ Lower handing time and cost
◎ Ability to place loads anywhere along the entire length of the row
◎ Versatile configurations
◎ Various weight support
Cantilever racking is a versatile storage solution for bulky products. Their flexibility and strength make them ideal for the industrial storage of bulky items.
Cantilever racks are used for storing the following products:
Fabric rolls, including rolled carpeting and rugs, pose a storage challenge for other storage systems. Cantilevers are optimal for storing rolled fabrics, as there are fewer restrictions regarding horizontal space. Cantilevers also lack decking that may damage these delicate materials. Cantilevers also keep fabrics off the warehouse floor, protecting them against dust, moisture, and other contaminants.
Building products and materials come in odd shapes and sizes, including sheets and long beams that require heavy-duty shelving. Cantilever racks are perfect for providing easy access to building materials without slowing down warehouse operations.
metalsCantilever racks are ideal for storing long, heavy items, such as steel pipes, tubing, heavy bar stock, and aluminum and steel sheets. As the cantilever rack does not have decking, there’s no vertical obstruction, providing flexible storage and direct access to products.Cantilevers avoid floor stacking, increasing the storage space in your warehouse. The cantilever rack arms can also support differently sized loads depending on the adjustment.
1. Warehouse Design layouts & 3D drawings
2. Rack Installation instruction
3. Quality assurancet & Best price
4. Cooperation with us can reduce a lot of time and achieve a win-win goal
1. Erect the uprights
2. Insert the rear beams
3. Insert the front beams
4. Measure the square
Erect the uprights: Using the chalk line as your guide, stand one upright on the outer edge and hold it in place. With the help of an assistant, erect the second across from the first. Use a level to check that the uprights are vertical. If they aren’t, place shims underneath the uprights until they are straight. Typically, a slight tilt of no more than 1/8 inch is okay, but check the installation guide for specific instructions from your manufacturer. Anchor the uprights to the floor using the recommended method in your installation guide.
Insert the rear beams: Insert the bottom rear beam first. With the help of your assistant, place the bottom rear beam in the correct slots between the two uprights, and use a mallet to secure it in place gently. If your beams do not use a slotting system, you may need to bolt them to the frame. Repeat this process with the top rear beam. Depending on the height of your uprights and racking system, you might need to use a lifting device to attach the beams and uprights.
Insert the front beams: Once you have installed and secured the two rear beams, it’s time to install the front beams. Start with the top front beam, placing it at the exact level as the top beam at the rear. Secure it like you did the rear beam, then move on to the fourth and final beam installation. Once you have installed all four beams, you have formed your first bay.
Measure the square: Before you move on to the remaining bays, use a tape measure to check that the first bay measures as a square and that all spacing is correct and equal. This is an important step, as it will save you a headache later on when installing your shelving. We will provide installation video and drawings.
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