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Bulk Rack Style Shelving

Bulk Rack Shelving is the best choice for storing heavy, bulky items. It allows clear and convenient access from front or rear. Shelf spans of 96” W x 48” D are available. Uprights are pre-welded for fast assembly and strength. Each unit can handle load capacities up to 10,000 pounds. Beams incorporate a unique tapered finger design attachment that locks beams safely onto uprights. Two styles of beams and deck supports let you choose between several different shelf options for bulk rack shelving, bulk storage racks, and heavy-duty shelving.

Upright Assemblies

(Single Upright) consist of two parallel upright posts joined by a truss like arrangement of channels; Mig Welded into the opposite slots of the posts. Each post has a footplate with a 9/16” hole for floor mounting. Entire assembly is painted.   The upright is rolled form 14 gauge cold rolled steel into a 1 ¾” square with three solid sides and one side with a 27/32” slot along it’s length, for the above channels. The side opposite the slot has holes for the box beam fingers on 2” centers along the entire length.   The two other sides have 7/16” x 9/16” holes on the 1” centers along the entire length.   The connecting channels are formed from 14 gauge steel, 27/32” wide and 1” deep.   The footplate is 2 /14” wide x 3 ½” long stamped from 11 gauge steel with a 9/16” floor mounting hole.

Box Beams

The box beams are constructed of 14 gauge steel formed into a channel formation with the front face 3 ¼” tall and top and bottom flanges 1” deep.   The beam has pairs of interior shoulder rivets that accepts SDS-XXB Front to Back Deck Supports.    

Front to Back Shelf Deck Support

The front to back shelf deck supports are constructed of 14 gauge steel formed to fit from front to back between two BHC-XX BEAMS. The SDS-XXB shall give the shelf intermediate support.

Plywood Beam

Consist of a beam and two end plates, same as the above box beam.   The new plywood beam has a Z shaped cross-section with a 23/32” wood retainer flange on top of the Z.   The beam is 1 3/8” wide x 3 41/64” high wand is formed with 14 gauge steel. It has ¼” x 1 1/8” slots on the top of the Z, along its length, for bulk plywood supports.

Plywood Support Angle

This angle is made from 14 gauge steel. Its purpose is to support the plywood between the supporting box beams. It is 1 59/64” high x 1 1/16” wide.   The ends of the angle have a vertical tab, which fit into the ¼” x 1 1/8” slots along the length of the plywood beams.


Bulk Storage Units are fabricated of high quality, cold rolled carbon steel, free of scale or rust and fully pickled. Exposed edges, corners and surface areas are free of sharp edges and all workmanship is of the highest quality as measured by the industry.  


All steel components shall be thoroughly cleaned and phosphatized from rust resistance in a five-stage pre-treatment process. A high grade of polyester/epoxy powder paint is to be applied electrostatically with a gloss reading of between 55 and 65.   The finish shall have a salt spray rating of 250 hours or more.                                                                                                                                                                             


  • Retail Storage – shoe, handbag, cosmetics, small and large boxed merchandise, electronics, appliances, furniture, housewares, warehouse
  • Office & Filing Storage – archival storage, office supply
  • Healthcare Storage – archival record, supply storage
  • Material Handling Storage – parts storage, stock replenishing, tool room, warehouse
  • Hospitality Storage – supply storage, archival record storage
  • Restaurant Storage – beverage, supply, appliances, equipment

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