Used cantilever is a popular style of racking for storing long, bulky bundled or loose tubes, cylinders and piping including flat stock such as lumber, metal or plastic. Other applications for retail businesses includes a style of cantilever for storing furniture, appliances, cartons, motor cycles, boats, jet skis and many other types of products.
An upright either bolted or welded to a base works together with connecting braces to stabilize the racking structure. The base is lagged to the flooring. Two variations of cantilever are available for your application – single and double sided. The double sided unit allows for storage on both sides while the single sided unit has storage arms on one side generally for use against a wall or at the end of the cantilever storage area.
Arms in varying length and gauge make up the storage levels. Arms can be straight or inclined. Straight arms are used primarily for storage of products that will not roll off while an inclined arm with a lip as shown will assist in protecting items from falling.
To complete the cantilever structure connecting braces are used to set the distance between uprights and stabilize the rack structure laterally.
There are a number of system specifications that are necessary to ensure your system will perform satisfactorily including;
- arm type
- upright quantity per bay-height
- structural or roll formed brace
- connecting length
- decking type and size
The tables shown on American Surplus.com will provide the available choices, however it is recommended that you call and speak with one of our racking technicians to discuss your application. American Surplus has been in the new and used cantilever rack business for over 23 years serving its customers now numbering over 30,000 nationwide. You will be satisfied.