Easy, one person set up and installation with no tools required!
Compatible with most standard wire shelving systems with location grooves for adjusting shelves in 1-Inch increments
Pair with Akro-Mils shelves and other accessories
Completed unit has a weight capacity of 2000-Pound
Each post includes a plastic cap and leveling screw
Open chrome wire design shelving brightens stockrooms, minimizes dust accumulation and improves visibility for stored contents. Akro-Mils products save time and money by helping to increase material handling efficiency in virtually any industry. Their broad range of storage, organization, and transportation products are used to shorten assembly times, maintain accurate inventories, optimize storage space, and improve parts protection.
From the manufacturer
Shelves available in 11 sizes.
Chrome finish prevents rust and corrosion. Open wire shelves prevent dust accumulation. Includes plastic quick-adjust clips for attaching to shelves to posts.
Maximum weight capacity per shelf:
48˝ or shorter = 800 lbs.; longer than 48˝ = 600 lbs.
Choose from 4 available post lengths.
Chrome posts for use with wire shelves. 18 gauge tube wall, 1-inch O.D. tube. Available in various heights ranging from 54 to 96-inch to suit your needs. Posts feature a double-ring visual indicator for proper shelf spacing during assembly. Adjustment rings every 1-inch. All posts include a plastic post top cap and a 3/8-inch -16 threaded base insert for installing feet and casters.
Easy, one person set-up and installation.
Quick-Adjust clips (included with every shelf) lock onto shelf posts, and unlock to adjust shelves in 1-inch increments.
Secure on uneven surfaces.
Leveling bolts screw securely into uprights to level shelf system on uneven surfaces.
Clear Shelf Liners
Add a Caster Kit to make your shelving unit mobile.
1mm thick clear flexible plastic mat keeps small items from falling through shelves and protects shelves below from dust accumulation.
Kit includes 4 5" swivel casters, 2 with brakes, 2 without brakes for 500 lb capacity.
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