Its easy assembly and the option to incorporate accessories, such as platforms, make it possible for this racking to increase in height without compromising performance. The design, manufacture and assembly can be customized to suit client requirements and their professional sector.
The Longspan Shelving is a selective system, enabling all unit loads and SKUs stored to be immediately accessed.
The Longspan Shelving picking system is the ideal solution for manually storing small to medium-sized non-palletised products.
The range of accessories and possible configurations allow the system to be modulated and tailored to any type of goods.
Although Longspan Shelving is a manually loaded system, it utilises the full height of the facility, with higher levels accessed using mechanical means (S/R cranes or order-picking trucks) or through walkways located inside the shelving system.
General Longspan Shelving applications:
- Spare parts, automotive parts, paints, etc.
- Industrial and hardware supplies
- Chemists warehouse
- Supermarkets, Cash & Carry
- Distribution of electrical supplies
- Strong: It is the most robust picking system in the market, enabling mezzanines and multi-tiers to be dimensioned on the shelving system itself.
- High load capacity picking system
- Agile: Longspan Shelving is easy to assemble and to replace/add components.
- Adaptable: Wide range of bays and shelf depths.
- Direct access to all unit loads stored and visualisation of all products.
- Easy adjustment of beam levels every 50 mm.
- Steel or chipboard shelf panels.
- A variety of accessories to suit any storage needs: dividers, garment hanging rails, wire mesh shelves, and more.
- To maximise both floor and height space, miniload and narrow aisle installations aided by order-picking machines can be implemented.
- Garment rail beam
- Chipboard support
- Chipboard shelf
- Galvanised deck
- Chipboard retainer
- Support bar
- Frame base
- Anchor and shim (if necessary)
- Fastening Set
- Reinforced frame connection
- ISO 9001: 2008
- ISO 18001: 2004
- OSHAS 18001: 2007
- Welding certificate: UNE EN ISO 3834-2: 2006
- Galvanized steel corrosion resistance certificate: UNE EN ISO 14713-1
- Galvanized steel reaction to fire: EN 13501-1: 2007