Storage Catalogue

We have multiple solutions to different storage problems, if you are unsure what’s best for you, please contact us. Best for Warehouse, Storeroom or Workshop | up to 600kg UDL/shelf Design and plan your Rivet Racking layout i i W+17mm H D+17mm W+17mm D+17mm D+17mm 38.1 mm 2mm Rivet Upright Rivet Racking Bay Loading (kgs) Calculating Exact Dimensions of the Bay & Run of Bays J Rivet A 98mm 125mm 30mm A Minimum First Shelf Level Height H Nominal Height* W Nominal Width* D Nominal Depth* CE Clear Entry between uprights * Dimensions used in price tables Front View (side by side connected bays) Footprint Side View (back to back connected bays) B Shelf Pitch - Distance between levels C Clear Entry - Useable space between shelf levels D Shelf Thickness - Beam and chipboard e.g. 320mm(Height of stored items) + 88mm (Heavy Rivet) / 38.1 = 10.7 rounded to 11 x 38.1 = 419.1mm Shelf Pitch 88mm see below how to calculate exact Shelf Pitch B minus D B minus D B How can you calculate exact Shelf Pitch (B) Height of item stored + Shelf Thickness divided by 38.1 = Round decimal up to the next whole number and multiply by 38.1 C D Heavy Rivet H 38mm 2mm A 125 ~ ~ 88 For safety and stability of the bay, the first level must be attached within 200mm from the ground! B C A D 98 200 ~ ~ 30 B C D Shelf Pitch (B) - distance between levels (mm) Maximum bay load (kg) 300 1400 1600 1800 2000 2200 2400 2600 2800 3000 3200 450 600 750 900 1050 1200 CE=W-68mm Tie Plates Tie Plates Chipboard Shelf Chipboard Shelf 16 RIVET RACKING Best for Warehouse, Storeroom or Workshop | up to 600kg UDL/shelf