36″ w. x 18″ d. x 87″ h. Industrial Steel Shelving w/ 5 Shelves
36″ w. x 18″ d. x 87″ h. (Starter Unit) Industrial Steel Shelving. New. (5) – 22 GA. shelves per unit. Clip style. Beaded Posts in Front & Angle in Rear. Open Back & Sides with X-Bracing. Color: Gray. PN. 361887-5-SS-SU
36″ w. x 18″ d. x 87″ h. (Adder Unit) Industrial Steel Shelving. New. (5) – 22 GA. shelves per unit. Clip style. Beaded Posts in Front & Angle in Rear. Open Back & Sides with X-Bracing. Color: Gray. PN. 361887-5-SS-AU
NOTES: FOB: Kentucky, California. Est. Lead time: 2-3 weeks
Steel shelving takes its name, as you might expect, from the fact that it’s crafted primarily from steel components —shelves, posts, and frequently supplemented with steel brackets or supports.
Engineered for durability, strength, and extended service life, these shelving units find applications across diverse storage needs — ranging from industrial and commercial to residential settings. Renowned for its strong construction, resistance to wear and tear, and capacity to support heavy loads, steel shelving is a reliable choice.
The defining feature of steel shelving lies in its utilization of steel as the primary construction material, selected for its durability and high load-bearing capability. This makes it ideal for securely storing heavy items, machinery, and tools. Available in configurations such as open or closed units, steel shelving may incorporate adjustable shelves, dividers, or bins for optimized organization. Assembly typically involves bolts or other fasteners, setting it apart from boltless shelving, where interlocking components are used.
Steel shelving constitutes a storage system primarily comprised of steel components, purposefully designed to offer a resilient and enduring solution across a broad spectrum of storage requirements. Its strength and adaptability position it as a favored option in environments where secure and efficient storage of heavy or bulky items is paramount.
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.