72″ W. x 36″ D. x 72″ H. Boltless Rivet Shelving w/ 4 Shelf Levels & Particle Board Decking
72″ W. x 36″ D. x 72″ H. Boltless Rivet Shelving. 4 shelves per unit. 600 lbs. capacity per shelf. Includes (1) Shelf Deck Support per Shelf. DECKING NOT INCLUDED. Color: Gray. Part Number: 2B4-7236-72H
Particle Board Decking (Honestly, it is less expensive to purchase particle board decking at your local home center or lumber yard but we can provide it with the boltless shelving.) Part Number: -PBD
Flat Wire Decking (Clean durable alternative replaces particle board decking, prevents dust build up, allows light to shine through.) Part Number: -FWD
NOTES: FOB: Chicago, IL, San Dimas, CA and Paris, KY. Est. Lead Time: 2-3 weeks. The 72″ W. x 36″ D. x 72″ H. Boltless Rivet Shelving with 4 Shelf Levels is one of our most popular sizes. But you have options – just ask. Post Heights: 72″, 84″ and 96″ high. Shelf widths: 48″, 60″, 72″ and 96″ wide. Shelf depths: 18″, 24″, 36″ and 48″ depths. Shelf Levels: 3, 4 or 5 shelves per unit. Shelf Capacities: We can increase shelf capacity by adding shelf deck supports. You can choose shelf capacities from 600 to 1000 LBS capacity per shelf.
Boltless shelving, also known as rivet shelving or bulk shelving, is a versatile and durable storage solution commonly used in warehouses, garages, and industrial environments. These shelving systems are characterized by their use of rivets as the main method of connection between shelving components. They offer easy assembly, sturdy construction, and the ability to handle bulk storage needs.
The term “rivet shelving” emphasizes the use of rivets as the connecting mechanism, highlighting their role in providing a secure and reliable structure. “Bulk shelving” relates to the shelving’s capacity to accommodate large and heavy items, making it ideal for storing bulk quantities of goods or equipment.
While these terms may have slightly different connotations, they all refer to the same type of shelving system, known for its versatility, practicality, and suitability for bulk storage applications. The interchangeable usage of these terms reflects the common features and shared characteristics of these shelving solutions.
The best way to decide which type of shelving to use for your rack is to consult with a qualified engineer or one of our racking professionals. They can assess your specific needs and recommend the best type of rack and shelving for your application.