Made from high quality polypropylene, these perforated plastic panels are suitable for use within the food sector and are RoHS compliant. The shelf panels are perforated at >50% of their surface.
Perforated at 50%, these panels can be used in installations with fire sprinkler systems to adhere by the fire code.
A plastic strip can be fitted on the beams to accommodate glass shelves.
Chipboard and wooden shelves can be fitted to create a unique look and feel.
By means of four dedicated brackets, corner solutions allow for the best possible use of available storage space, especially within small rooms.
In certain installations it is necessary to affix the shelving units to the wall using wall brackets and bolts.
They are used to prevent accidental lifting of the beams when building back-to-back bays.
Shelf trays are ideal for the storage of various goods, and have a standard shelf bottom, front and back panels, and can be accessorized with dividers.
Spigots designed for the separation of tubes, exhaust pipes, and conduits.
Used for the separation of cylindrical components or materials difficult to store. They are fixed to the upper shelf by means of a clamp connection.
Available in three different heights, and can be inserted in any position on the shelf by means of spring clips located on the beams.
Vertical sliding dividers have been designed to separate boxed items. The dividers come in different heights, and trapezoidal versions.
These modular containers can be accessorized with dividers, ideal for the storage of small goods.
The oval shaped beams and tubes are compatible with most types of hooks and provide a cost effective solution to garment storage and for hanging loads.
Label holders are clipped securely onto the beams, and accommodate label inserts.
Modular drawers are fully integrated with the Super123 system and are attached directly to the frames.
Cladding panels can be used to separate bays and are placed on the backs of bays, or sides.
A set of oval shaped beams can be used for the storage of tires.
Mobile ladders are available in three different heights and can be supplied with guide rails and curves to adapt to any environment.
Carton flow beds consist of one or more inclined runways equipped with specially designed roller tracks. Merchandise is loaded in the rear of each runway and moves toward the picking station.