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Overhead Track Sliding Shelves
Overhead sliding shelving suspends from a mobile track that allows individual shelving units to slide side to side, compacting together when not in use. By removing extra aisle space between rows of shelving, the overhead sliding shelves can cut your footprint in half without sacrificing storage density.
The overhead sliding shelves are available in multiple configurations, making them ideal for any storage application from healthcare to law enforcement, manufacturing, athletics, and more. Since the shelving is mounted overhead and “levitates” above the ground without the use of any floor rails, this also leaves space underneath the unit for easy cleaning. Furthermore, compacting the aisles together when not in use also prevents outside dust from accumulating on stored items.
Additionally, there is no need to modify your existing floors or ceilings. The shelving is installed quickly with a few simple tools and can be relocated easily. You can even install the shelves around your existing furniture or other obstructions.
- Durable steel construction
- Two 14-gauge 3″ x 3″ teardrop pallet rack uprights
- Two 14-gauge 6″ x 2 ½” D beams
- Wire mesh decking
- One LED shop light with pull chain
- Includes shelving track and trolleys
- Each shelving unit includes two closed uprights
- 22-gauge steel shelves with two 14-gauge shelf supports
- 18″ D shelves include one shelf reinforcement
- One pull handle on the front right side of each shelving section
- Four 5/8″ long bumpers for every aisle
- Total weight capacity up to 4,800 lbs. (each shelving section not to exceed 600 lbs.; individual shelf capacity not to exceed 150 lbs.)
- Black pallet rack uprights and beams
- Standard powder-coat shelving color options
- Ships unassembled
- 60-day limited manufacturer’s warranty on customer installed units; 1-year limited manufacturer’s warranty on factory authorized installations
- Made in the USA
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- Does your office need more space for filing?
- Are you spending money on offsite file storage?
- Is your office filled with clutter?
- Do you have multiple types of media that need to be stored (ex. cds, dvds, or flash drives)
- Do your employees spend the majority of their time looking for misplaced files?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then continue reading to see how sliding mobile shelves will solve your office’s storage problems.
Sliding Mobile Shelves Save Space
Sliding mobile shelves are an excellent way for your office to save space. You will use significantly less floor space compared to traditional filing cabinets or open shelving because sliding mobile shelves remove unnecessary access aisles. The shelves are stacked, one in front of the other, and attached to floor tracks. To access items stored in the back, you simply slide the front rows over. This will allow you to increase your storage capacity in the same space.
Most offices need storage for more than just files. There are all types of items that need to be stored such as binders, computer media, and office supplies that just don’t fit in traditional lateral cabinets. Well you can store files along with all of these items and more in sliding mobile shelves, which will reduce office clutter.
Sliding Mobile Shelves Improve Employee Productivity
Because sliding mobile shelves will increase your capacity, you can centralize your storage into one easy to access area. Employees will no longer have to roam around different office areas searching for stored items, which will improve their productivity.
If you are ready to see how great your office could function with sliding mobile shelves, then start shopping now at StoreMoreStore. We’ve got all sizes and configurations of sliding mobile shelves that will work in your office. And if you can’t find what you’re looking for, give us a call at 1-855-786-7667.
Lateral file cabinets are typically the default storage system most companies use. They’re sold everywhere you turn; they’re usually pretty affordable; and they’re a staple of office storage. But before you invest in more lateral file cabinets for your office, here are 3 questions you should ask yourself.
1. Will More File Storage Really Meet Our Needs?
Offices store so much more than just files. Supplies, boxes, binders, literature, forms, food, computer parts, and product samples are just a few of the things you might be storing in your office.
The problem is that none of those things were meant to be kept in file cabinets. So before you make the purchase, think about all the things you need to store, and if file cabinets are really the right choice.
One alternative that works just as well as lateral file cabinets for storing files but can also store other items you have in your office is rotary file cabinets. The rotary file cabinets have all kinds of accessories that make storing a variety of items possible, and they lock up tight to maintain secure access.
2. Do We Have the Space for More Lateral File Cabinets?
One cabinet here; one cabinet there…you might not think they take up a lot of space, but that’s just not true. If you were to group all your lateral file cabinets together, you could see that the amount of floor space they hog is astronomical.
And with leasing and building costs continually on the rise, lateral cabinets might be costing you way more money than they are worth. On the other hand, sliding mobile shelves will greatly reduce the amount of space you need to dedicate to storage.
By extending your storage vertically and stacking rows of shelves in front of each other, you maximize every inch of available space. And you have better access to all your stored files.
3. Are the Lateral File Cabinets Going to Help Productivity?
Employee productivity is a big deal. If your employees have trouble doing their jobs, then they are more likely to be unhappy. And unhappy workers equals unproductive workers.
So if your employees are opening and closing drawers all day to find the files they need, that’s a problem – a problem that more lateral file cabinets won’t solve. Instead, you might try open file shelving.
With open file shelving, employees can see every file without having to open a drawer and stand awkwardly to read the labels. Also, if you are worried about securing your files, you can easily add rolling doors to almost any type of open shelving.
Just because lateral file cabinets have been the default storage system in offices for years, doesn’t mean you need more of them. Asking these questions will help determine if more lateral cabinets are the right choice. More than likely though, there is another solution that will better meet your needs.