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Cantilever Racks

We provide highly durable Cantilever Racks that are appreciated in the national and international markets. Our Cantilever Storage Racks are designed in such a way that large number of goods can be stored in them safely. Anti corrosive in nature, our Cantilever Storage Racks provide long lasting performance. Light in weight yet strong in construction, our Cantilever Storage Racks are widely used in various industries. We have firmly positioned ourselves as one of the leading Heavy Duty Cantilever Racks Exporters based in India.

Designing A Cantilever Rack System
The key to a successful cantilever rack system is the answer to one question : what is the product (load) being stored? The answer must include the length, depth height and weight of the product. Once this data is ascertained it becomes a simple matter to determine the required arms, uprights and braces.

A. Determine The Number And Spacing of Arms
The load must be supported by enough arms to prevent load deflection. Deflection may cause damage to the load being stored as well as the arms (figure A1.) To detect deflection, Place the load over two wooden blocks (to represent cantilever arms) as shown in figure A2. If deflections not present it is acceptable to use a two arm system as long as this does not create an overload condition. If the load shows deflection use three locks as shown in figure A3 or four blocks as in figure A4. Important : The load should overhang the end arms by one-half the distance from upright centerline to upright centerline. Failure to observe this measure may cause an overload condition on the arms.

B. Determine The Length of The Arms
The depth of the load should never exceed the length of the arm. A48” wide bundle of plywood requires a 48” long arm, bundles of steel24” wide require a 24” arm and so on. Rated arm capacities may be seriously diminished if proper loading techniques are not observed. Figures B1, B2 and B3 illustrate correct and incorrect arm loading.


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