Boltless Rivet Shelving Dark Gray

96″ W. x 24″ D. x 72″ H. Boltless Rivet Shelving w/ 4 Shelf Levels & Particle Board Decking

96″ W. x 24″ 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: 2B4-9624-96H


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 96″ W. x 24″ 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.

Lower Prices for Larger Quantities

Boltless shelving is called “boltless” because of its unique design that eliminates the need for traditional bolts, nuts, or fasteners typically used in the assembly of shelves and storage units. Instead of using traditional hardware, boltless shelving systems employ an innovative method of connection and assembly.

The components of boltless shelving, such as posts, beams, and shelves, are designed to interlock with one another, often using tabs, slots, or other mechanisms that secure the parts together. These connections can be easily made by hand, without the use of tools or additional hardware, hence the term “boltless.”

This design innovation simplifies the assembly process, making it much quicker and more straightforward than traditional shelving systems that require bolts or screws. It reduces the time, effort, and complexity involved in setting up shelving units, which is a significant advantage for both residential and industrial users. The “boltless” nature of these shelves is one of their defining features, contributing to their popularity and practicality for a wide range of storage applications.

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.