Roller Racking System
Roller racking is a high-density storage arrangement that eliminates the additional aisles of a conventional static shelving layout. Utilising the additional aisle spaces for shelving on a mobile configuration maximises the available space to give a much higher density storage solution. Roller racking units are standard shelving components mounted upon mobile bases that run effortlessly on tracks which are laid onto existing floors.
To access the required content stored within the shelving, the units are simply rolled apart in order to create an aisle in the desired location, allowing direct access to the item.
Roller racking is intrinsically more secure than open static shelving arrangements as the blocks of shelving can be closed and secured to prevent unauthorised access.
A roller racking system can be installed on any floor type. It is totally freestanding with no fixings, and causes no damage to the floors or floor coverings. Roller racking systems feature modular construction and built-in flexibility, and can be extended or reconfigured if required, or easily relocated to new premises.
Wheel assisted mobile racking is most typically used in libraries and archives within universities and public records offices, as well as for medical records within hospitals. However, roller racking systems can be installed in any facilities that require better utilisation of storage space, including:
● General Commercial & Office Storage
● Doctors surgeries
● Universities, Schools and Colleges
● Banking Insurance & Finance
● Government agencies
● TV and Film Industry
● Pharmaceutical facilities
● Food storage