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Product Code: LS
Delivery type: Parcel
Availability: In Stock

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Medium-Duty 2250mm Longspan Shelving System

      • Designed for hand-loading heavy loads on upper levels and palletised loads on ground level
      • Sold as starter and add-on bay kits
      • Available in 3x shelf widths, 2x frame depths and 1x heights
      • Ideal for industrial, retail and wholesale storage applications requiring point-of-sale labelling
      • Frames supplied in component form for a simple, boltless, self-assembly
      • Extend your shelving system with our add-on extension bays for unrestricted storage
      • 2250mm high system is supplied with 3x adjustable chipboard shelves
      • Shelves adjust in 50mm increments
      • Load capacity per level: up to 350kg UDL*
      • Locking pins prevent accidental dislodging of beams
      • Powder-coated Orange finish on beams
      • Powder-coated Blue finish on uprights
      • Extension bays, extra shelves and shelf dividers available separately

*Uniformly Distributed Load

Please note: The shelving system is designed for hand loading only. Pallets should only be stored on the ground beneath the shelves. We also recommend that industrial shelving of this type is secured to a solid level floor. (Floor fixings not included)

Load capacities given are maximum loads and will fluctuate depending on the configuration selected. Please refer to specific option selected for maximum loads, or contact our technical team for further advice.

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Smart & Price

Smart & Price

The Smart family can be traced back to the early 18th century where for many generations they were agricultural labourers in the Hamlets of Gloucestershire. In the mid 19th century Francis Smart and his sons Frederick & George were cabinet makers in Gloucester.
Frederick Smart walked from Gloucester to Birmingham where he traded in joinery and woodwork and was soon joined by his younger brother George. The brothers rented premises in Slaney Street which was not far from Snow Hill Station and F & G Smart was established in 1870.