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Like pallet racking, cantilever has specific components that work together to create larger bays and rows of storage.

Cantilever Racks, also known as furniture or pipe racks are a great solution for storage of long, bulky materials such as lumber, any type of metal, aluminium or PVC.

Cantilever racks are a very efficient means of storing material.

The storage density with a cantilever rack can be very high if you plan out how you will use it efficiently.

Cantilever racks offer a degree of flexibility that make this particular storage system a very popular storage solution with immediate return on investment.

Rack Columns

Columns are the main structural components in any cantilever rack installation.

Columns work with bases to create the ‘backbone’ of the rack.

Columns are available in single, or double sided configurations – with double sided columns; you can store material on both sides of the rack.

Rack Arms

Cantilever arms make up the actual ‘levels’ that are used for storage. They are typically adjustable on the column to create shelf levels for a variety of height requirements.

Arms can be straight or inclined to hold goods that may roll off.

Some arms come with a “lip” that attaches to the end of the arm to prevent loads from slipping off the front of the rack.

Rack Braces

Braces go between columns and stabilize the rack laterally.

Braces are not intended to hold loads and should only be used to connect the columns in a row.

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