How does Mobile Shelving work?
Typical shelving has aisles between each unit, taking up precious space. To guide the mobile units, our tracks are installed underneath the shelving. Steel Carriages with wheels are mounted underneath the shelving. Crank Handles drive the wheels, and can be finished with decorative end panels. The system is then mounted with guide wheels on the tracks. This allows the shelving to be closely packed, eliminating wasted aisle space.
Mobile Shelving Options:
Manual: A handle on the end of each shelving unit is used to roll carriages back and forth
Mechanical: Geared chain hand crank to move heavier loads with relative ease
Electric: The user pushes a button to access the carriages
Have You Outgrown Your Space?
Mobile shelving allows two to three times the storage over conventional filing systems. At the current cost of building construction, the space saving justifies the cost within a year or two as compared to building out the space required by traditional cabinets.
Mobile Shelving Applications:
- Files and Folders
- Medical Records
- Arts and Museum (The actual artifact and paperwork)
- Athletic Gear and Equipment
- Evidence Storage and Evidence Files
- Bulk Storage, Boxes, etc
- and much more!
About Mobile Shelving
Mobile Shelving storage systems are designed to maximize the use of floor space while giving full access to any kind of storable items. It reduces the wasted space in aisles by only using half the space that static shelving systems require. Moveable shelving carriages are mounted on floor tracks. The welded mobile systems can be operated by electricity or by hand pushing. Customized layouts are available to fit any kind of need.
Mobile shelving products are among the best selling shelving products in the United States. Government agencies and departments off all sizes and kinds buy shelving products from us because they come in stylish yet effective designs.
Mobile Shelving is available in more depths, widths, and heights than you can imagine, in both letter and legal size with two different gauge of steel.