Cantilever-Style Rack

Stevens Point, WI Steel King Industries, Inc., the leader in high quality material handling solutions, has announced its latest advances in cantilever-style furniture rack design.

From its standard channel base or a heavy-plate base to its new height of 40 feet, Steel King has expanded the capabilities of its cantilever-style furniture rack to exceed customer expectations. The new design incorporates structural steel, roll-formed steel or a combination of these framing components in the rack’s uprights and arms for even greater strength and durability.

“The new cantilever-style furniture rack system was designed with the future in mind,” said Arlin Keck, PE corporate engineer at Steel King Industries. “In addition to new height and weight capacities, the new cantilever-style furniture rack’s design complies with the strictest seismic building codes in the country. It was designed for compliance, strength and versatility.”

Steel King’s new furniture rack design enhances the functionality and flexibility of the racking system. The single-sided or double-sided, open-front web design can also be customized through the choice of wood, corrugated, bar grating or wire decking options. The open shelf style complies with stringent fire codes and accommodates in-rack sprinkler systems for safety.

Steel King Industries, Inc., manufactures a wide variety of material handling products including selective pallet racks, dynamic flow storage systems, cantilever racks, portable racks and custom shipping racks, along with industrial steel containers and guard railing. Their innovative design, customizing capabilities and utilization of the finest materials and construction methods in the industry has earned Steel King a reputation for quality in the design and manufacture of material handling solutions. For more information, call (800) 553-3096 or visit www.steelking.com.

CONTACT: Donald Heemstra
Steel King Industries, Inc.
715-431-3120
www.steelking.com
[email protected]

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