Used Industrial Shelving

Used industrial shelving is available in two styles, open and closed. The open style is the least expensive, with no side panels or back panels. This type of used shelving is utilized for hand loading inventory, and when quick visibility of products is required. Used industrial shelving is installed with compression clips. Industrial steel shelving can be placed against walls to save floor space. The sturdy steel shelves are ideal for storing bulky items. Organized, cost saving, dust-free products are the advantages of used industrial shelving. Used industrial shelving manufacturers include Triboro, Burroughs, Interlake, Lyons and Penco. Design and installation of used industrial shelving, by trained professionals, is available nationwide.

Used Closed Industrial Shelving
Used Closed Industrial Shelving
  • 12", 18", 24" and 30" Deep
  • 36" and 48" Wide Shelves
  • Back Panels & Side Panels
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Used Open Industrial Shelving
Used Open Industrial Shelving
  • 12", 18", 24" and 30" Deep
  • 36" and 48" Wide
  • Open Bracing for Visibility
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Used industrial shelving is the most common type of shelving, and covers a large variety of styles. One of the first options you will be faced with is an open or closed design. Open shelving allows for visibility, and allows for product picking from either side of the shelving. Closed shelving has back panels and side panels, and it keeps products more secure and is more durable. Products can only be picked from the front of closed shelving, so typically they are placed against walls.

A common feature to used industrial steel shelving and many other types of shelving is adjustable shelf heights. This is an extremely valuable feature because it allows for you to add or take away shelves, and increase or decrease their height depending on inventory size. The increments that these shelves adjust at depend on the style of uprights being used, but typically is between 1'' and 3''.

There are three common ways to assemble used steel shelving, nut and bolt, clip, and bolt-less shelving. Nut and bolt shelving uses nuts and bolts to secure each shelf to the uprights, and is typically the heaviest duty of the three. Clip shelving comes in second, with shelves that are secured to the uprights using metal clips. This is quicker to assemble than nut and bolt shelving because clips easily lock into place once the shelf is secure. The style that is easiest to assemble is bolt-less shelving, because shelves just slide into place without clips or bolts. The weight capacity of this style tends to be less than the other styles, but they are great for applications where you need a medium duty shelving unit quickly.

These are just some of the options you have to consider when buying used industrial shelving. You also need to know the weight and size of the product being stored, as well as the height clearance in your storage facility. All of these options can seem overwhelming, and that is where we come in at ASI. Our highly trained sales staff will get to know you and your specific material handling needs before making any recommendations as to what product would be right for you. We are a large operation with a massive inventory, so instead of leading you towards the product we want to sell, we have you lead us to the product that is right for you.