Cantilever rack for pipe is ideal for horizontal storage of long, oversized and irregular materials such as steel or timber stock. Heavy duty cantilever storage racks are convenient for easy storage and access of large, long products. Racking arms support the load and can be set at different angles, depending on the desired requirements.
Cantilever rack for pipe is fully adjustable and modular, allowing maximum flexibility in configuring the rack to suit individual requirements. Installed correctly and in the right position, cantilever racking can increase available vertical space, improve access (compared to stock on floor), handling time and overall warehouse productivity.
Each cantilever rack for pipe we manufacture is made with frames of pre-galvanised steel for frames that will never rust, which is essential for outdoor storage. Additionally, if your cantilever racking will be kept outdoors we can hot dip galvanise every part of the racking system that will be exposed to the elements to ensure that your racking system will withstand the test of time. But don’t just take our word for it, we offer a lifetime guarantee on every racking system we manufacture, so your can rest assured that your racking will be built to last.
●Best storage optimized solution for long and odd length loads
●Designed and manufactured to International Standard ISO9002
●Features a selection of sizes to accommodate medium and heavy duty needs
●Finished with lead free powder coating, polymerized at 180 degree
●Price competitive while not compromising on quality and performance
●Easy to install and dismantle
●Adjustable arms allow for easy adjustment of heights
Cantilever racking is perfect for heavy duty pipe storage including steel pipes, PVC pipes, line pipes, seamless and welded pipes. Macrack cantilever racking can be customised to suit your requirements and can be installed in a single configuration or in a back to back configuration to create aisles.
We can also design your cantilever racking system by increasing the distance between uprights to reduce the number of frames needed, and subsequently reducing the cost. Conversely, we can increase the number of uprights to increase the weight capacity of the racking system.