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Longspan shelving in 1120mm length. We have this heavy duty shelving system available in both 1580mm length and 2080mm length on our longspan shelving page.
It’s the number one choice for garage shelving given it’s strength and durability. We also see it used in factories, warehouses, shops and other retail environments. Longspan shelving can be used to display products, but is mostly used in backrooms to assist with bulk storage needs.
Adjustable Feet: The unit has adjustable feet so if you are working on uneven ground you can level the unit out and prevent wobbling.
Assembly: It’s super easy to assemble using our longspan installation guide.
Durable: The unit features a completely metal frame and shelves, to hold even the heaviest of items and tools.
Load Rating: Each shelf has up to a 400kg load rating.
If you are looking for cheaper longspan with a lower load rating of 180-200kgs, take a look at our light duty longspan shelving.
Shelf Levels: Choose from 3 shelf levels through to 6 levels.
What is the difference between a starter bay and add on bay?
Starter Bay: The first bay of a shelving run is always called the starter bay. You will always need a starter bay. A starter bay has 2 posts, also known as legs.
This is why the starter bay is more expensive than the add on bays.
Add On Bay: Add on bays are additional bays that make the shelving run longer. You can purchase as many add on bays as you wish. Each add on bay only needs 1 leg because it utilises the previous bays leg.
This is why the add on bay is cheaper than the starter bay.
Need help choosing your longspan shelving? Contact us.
|Dimensions (LxDxH [mm])||1120 × 500 × 2000 mm|
|Type Of Bay||
Starter Bay, Add On Bay
4 Levels, 5 Levels, 6 Levels