Wide Span Shelving

Wide span shelving is an industrial racking system designed to store oversized or overweight items that are too large for traditional racking but not large enough for pallet racking.

Wide span shelving is typically wider and deeper than standard shelving, providing ample space for storing items such as boxes, containers, and large equipment.

Shelf Load Capacity Color Height MOQ
(Customizable for improved load-bearing.)
Any color
At your request
50 SET


Before ordering a Wide Span Shelving Unit, you need to plan your space well and purchase a Wide Span Shelving Unit of the appropriate length and width for your actual space.
Depending on the quantity, we have different recommendations.
If you are not looking for a large quantity, perhaps 10 units or less, then we recommend that you look for a local dealer to purchase the units, although there may not be a significant discount on the price.
If you need a large quantity, then we highly recommend that you look for some local or overseas wide span shelving manufacturers, the larger the quantity, the lower the price you can get, as your price is already without the dealer profit.

  • Dimensions: Wide span shelves are typically available in various dimensions to accommodate different storage requirements. This includes the width, depth, and height of the shelving units. Common widths range from 48 inches to 96 inches or more, while depths can vary from 24 inches to 48 inches or greater. Height options may range from a few feet to over 10 feet, depending on the shelving system.
  • Load Capacity: Wide span shelves are designed to support heavy loads, so it’s essential to consider the load capacity of the shelves. This includes both the weight capacity per shelf and the overall weight capacity of the shelving unit. Load capacities can vary widely depending on factors such as the materials used, shelf design, and construction quality.
  • Material: Wide span shelves are typically constructed from sturdy materials such as steel or aluminum to provide strength and durability. The choice of material can affect the load capacity, durability, and resistance to corrosion and other environmental factors. Some shelves may also feature additional coatings or finishes for enhanced protection against rust and wear.
  • Shelf Decking: Wide span shelves may come with different types of decking options, including solid particle board, wire mesh, or metal panels. The choice of decking material can impact factors such as weight distribution, ventilation, and visibility of stored items.
  • Shelving Accessories: Depending on the specific shelving system, various accessories may be available to enhance functionality and organization. This could include dividers, bins, label holders, or additional support beams for reinforcing heavy loads.
  • Assembly Method: Wide span shelves may feature different assembly methods, such as boltless assembly or traditional bolted connections. Boltless assembly systems typically allow for quicker and easier installation and reconfiguration, while bolted shelving may offer additional stability and load-bearing capacity.
  1. Versatility: Wide span shelving can accommodate a wide range of items, including bulky or oversized goods, that may not fit on standard shelving units. This versatility allows businesses to efficiently store diverse inventory items in a single shelving system.
  2. Accessibility: Wide span shelving typically features open shelving configurations, providing easy access to stored items from all sides. This accessibility facilitates efficient inventory management and retrieval processes, reducing the time and effort required to locate specific items.
  3. Strength and Durability: Wide span shelving is designed to support heavy loads, making it suitable for storing large and weighty items. The robust construction and materials used in wide span shelving systems ensure long-term durability and reliability, even in demanding industrial environments.
  4. Easy Installation and Reconfiguration: Wide span shelving systems often feature boltless assembly and modular components, making them quick and easy to install or reconfigure as storage requirements change. This ease of installation and reconfiguration minimizes downtime and disruption to warehouse operations.
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