Small foot­print but big ca­pac­ity stor­age

Australasian Timber - - RACKING -

OHRA CANTILEVER rack­ing cre­ates high den­sity stor­age ca­pac­ity on a small foot­print thanks to the sturdy but slim hot-rolled steel pro­file con­struc­tion.

The world-renowned OHRA sys­tems with the patented bolt­less slot-in arm assem­bly en­ables the cantilever to move freely on im­pact, pro­tect­ing prod­ucts and rack­ing from dam­age. The height-ad­justable arm can be eas­ily adapted to any goods stored.

Cantilever rack­ing in par­tic­u­lar is the ideal stor­age sys­tem for long, heavy and bulky ma­te­ri­als in the tim­ber trade.

“Ev­ery­thing is de­signed to al­low con­tin­u­ous stor­age lev­els with­out in­ter­fer­ing in­ter­me­di­ate up­rights which en­able var­i­ous prod­uct sizes and as­sort­ments to be stored on one level,” says OHRA Aus­tralia’s Ed­die Jack­son.

Flex­i­ble bolt­less heigh­tad­justable cantilever arms pro­tect prod­uct and rack­ing from fork­lift truck im­pact dam­age.

“OHRA cantilever rack­ing is made to or­der to fit your ware­house and prod­uct stor­age re­quire­ments. Fin­ished with a top qual­ity epoxy pow­der coat­ing, our heavy duty rack­ing sys­tems can be used for both in­door and out­door stor­age needs. It re­ally is one stop shop­ping!

“We can cus­tom-build your ware­house us­ing our rack­ing sys­tem with roof and wall cladding and pro­vide you with the right stor­age so­lu­tion for your prod­uct range,” he says. “Choose a qual­ity Ger­many-made prod­uct that has been honed for over 60 years. It’s hot-rolled steel of the high­est qual­ity stan­dard S235JRG2 yields elas­ti­cally and, as op­posed to sheet metal, re­tains its static prop­er­ties in the hard day-to-day busi­ness in the stor­age fa­cil­ity.

“OHRA cantilever rack is the only rack­ing in the world where the arms move both ver­ti­cally and hor­i­zon­tally,” says Ed­die.

It doesn’t mat­ter what size or space you have and what you want stored or stacked, OHRA is sure to have a sys­tem that fits the bill per­fectly.

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