Bolt Less Racks, also known as boltless shelving or rivet shelving. These racks are an easy-to-install storage solution for your garage or warehouse. Although the installation of bolt-less racks is easy knowing exactly what style of bolt-less racks you need is a little complex. Boltless shelving is available in many sizes and shapes. As it has so many sizes and options to choose from, first-time customers may get confused.
Components of Boltless Racks
Following is the bolt-less racking guide that breaks down the components of a rivet shelving unit for more understanding.
- Angle Post
Angle Post is used as an upright post for standard boltless shelving units.
Single Rivet Beam
When there is maximum vertical space between levels is need also there is less capacity than a single rivet beam used as an intermediate shelf support.
- Single Rivet Heavy-Duty Beam
This heavy-duty beam is manufactured for providing a high capacity with very little loss of usable vertical space between shelves.
- Double Rivet Beam
Double rivet beams are used to establish stability and also provide shelf support on each side. It provides high capacity than single rivet beams. It uses more vertical space between shelves.
- Double Rivet Channel Beam
Double rivet channel design provides left-right and front-back stability and higher capacity than standard beams. These cannot be used at floor level.
Double Rivet Channel Heavy-Duty Beam
It has the same use as a standard double rivet channel beam. It also provides a higher capacity than a double rivet channel beam. These rive channels cannot use at floor level.
Tie supports run from one beam to another beam under shelf decking. It is also known as shelf support or center support. Tie support is used with beams that have double rivets in order to add stability to beams. It helps to increase the shelf capacity.