Used metal shelving units are dependable, affordable, and space efficient. American Surplus has thousands of bays of used steel shelving in stock from top manufacturers like Triboro, Penco, Borroughs, Hallowell, Deluxe, Lyons, InterRoyal, Republic and more. Depending on the type of shelving unit you choose the used industrial steel shelving functions well in both a large warehouse and a small garage. We carry open steel shelving and closed steel shelving, both available in shelf depths from 12 to 42 inches deep.
Our extensive selection of used steel shelving ranges in weight capacities from light-duty to heavy-duty. In both residential and commercial settings, steel warehouse shelving is commonly used to store smaller parts. One common place you would use steel shelving is for auto parts storage. At ASI we also offer used steel shelving design and installation to ensure that you maximize the storage space in your facility.
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Industrial steel shelving can solve a variety of storage problems in warehouses and storage facilities. Steel shelving offers a variety of solutions for storing inventory and space management challenges. Steel shelving comes in a variety of durable designs from which one could choose. Due to it’s heavy-duty design metal shelving offers an increased storage capacity giving it the ability to store larger and heavier items. This makes this type of shelving great for storing machine parts, tools, and other like items.
At American Surplus, we have an extensive inventory of used metal shelving, with plenty of options to fit your unique storage needs. Browse our selection of used metal shelves from top manufacturers including:
Steel shelving can primarily be classified in two categories: open shelving and closed shelving. As their names suggest, the main difference between the two types of metal shelving is their accessibility.
There are some similarities between open shelving and closed shelving. Both closed shelves and open shelves can be placed back-to-back to maximize storage space. They feature all-steel construction and are reinforced with cross bars. Shelves are either attached via clips or nuts and bolts. In addition, most used metal shelving units allow you to adjust shelves in increments between 1 and 3 inches for even more flexibility.