Light Duty Cantilever Rack

Light Duty Cantilever Rack

Light duty cantilever rack is a rack consisting of braced ladders, dedicated to the storage of long and light loads.
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Light duty cantilever rack is a rack consisting of braced ladders, dedicated to the storage of long and light loads. It is for example adapted to the industrial sector but also to the trade. It can be declined for vertical or horizontal storage. The cantilever is the most suitable to store wood bundles, metal profiles, or any other long and heavy loads.

Welfor’s light duty cantilever rack is the perfect solution for displaying or storing long or irregular loads. It is suitable for hand stacking or forklift load applications, and is available in a single or a double sided configuration. Our light duty cantilever rack is available in a various range of powder coat colors for display purposes and also in Hot Dip Galvanized for external or environmental considerations.

Welfor light duty cantilever rack is manufactured in a range of standard sizes and can also be designed and manufactured to suit individual applications.

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Features

●Bolted steel column with adjustable arms

●Load capacity: up to 240kg per arm UDL

●Adjustable-height arms: adjusts every 100mm

●Powder-coated blue steel frame

●Choice of arm lengths to suit your items

●Steel end-stops available to prevent piping from rolling forward

●Available as a single-sided or double-sided racking

●Use with our extension bays to create additional storage

●Steel end-stops & floor bolts are available to purchase separately

●Delivered flat-packed, for a simple self-assembly

●This system allows multiple extension bays to be added for continuous spans of storage


Specifications

●The permissible load of the light-duty cantilever can reach 60 kg / arm for a capacity of 500 kg per column

●Height standard of 2400 mm

●Adjustable arms with 75 mm pitch, 300 to 600 mm deep

●Single or double-sided storage

●Manual gripping of the goods

●Galvanized or painted cantilever


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