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  • Minimal disruption to your workplace during installation
  • Mobile shelving can be opened and closed when required
  • Can be fitted on existing floor coverings
  • Space for only one aisle is needed
  • Pre - fabricated track and floor systems
  • Storage capacity within a given area can therefore be substantially increased
  • Choice of adjustable shelving systems to accommodate stored material
  • Mobile shelving is the most effective way to store records
  • Choice of operating systems - manually assisted or electronically controlled
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Rotary Or Mobile Shelving

Mobile Shelving - Manually Or Electrically Powered

  • Mobile shelving can be opened and closed when required, therefore requiring only one aisle for access.
  • This means capaciy within a given area can be substantially increased.
  • Comparison of storage costs is most easily achieved by calculating a storage factor for each type of equipment.
  • This is simply the result of dividing the capacity (in linear metres) by the area occupied (in square metres) including the area necessary to access the records.
  • The higher the storage factor the more efficient the equipment.For example:A four drawer filing cabinet holds 2.2 linear metres of records and occupies 0.75 sq m.
  • Therefore 48 four drawer cabinets would provide approximately 105 linear metres of shelving using 36 sq. metres.
  • This has a storage factor of 2.91.In a like for like area,
  • 15 bays of Mobile shelving can store 105 linear metres of shelving in 10.5 sq. metres, saving 68% of the floor space. This has a storage factor of 10.
  • Mobile shelving can be opened and closed when required, therefore requiring only one aisle for access.
  • This means capaciy within a given area can be substantially increased.
  • Comparison of storage costs is most easily achieved by calculating a storage factor for each type of equipment.
  • This is simply the result of dividing the capacity (in linear metres) by the area occupied (in square metres) including the area necessary to access the records.
  • The higher the storage factor the more efficient the equipment.For example:A four drawer filing cabinet holds 2.2 linear metres of records and occupies 0.75 sq m.
  • Therefore 48 four drawer cabinets would provide approximately 105 linear metres of shelving using 36 sq. metres.
  • This has a storage factor of 2.91.In a like for like area,
  • 15 bays of Mobile shelving can store 105 linear metres of shelving in 10.5 sq. metres, saving 68% of the floor space. This has a storage factor of 10.