For Long and Bulky
Cantilever racks are ideal for storing large, bulky items that differ in length and size like lumber, steel sheets, cartons, carpet, pipes, and bar-stock. They are designed to store long objects multiple levels high, thus maximizing the use of overhead space in storage areas and providing a space efficient and cost-effective solution.
Cantilever storage systems utilize upright columns with cantilever rack arms. The upright heights and arm lengths vary based on the need and applications. Cantilever arms can be angled slightly to ensure that products stay safely on the racks, adjusted to varying height levels on the upright, and can be located on a single side or both sides.
Cantilever rack systems must be properly engineered and there are a variety of design variables to be considered to ensure successful operation. Naumann/Hobbs’ design engineers are experts at understanding and developing all of these variables to provide our clients with successful cantilever rack systems.
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