- Exhibition showcase
- Cimaise, panel, partition and exhibition grids
- Hanging works, frames and passe-partout
- Exhibition mannequins
- Soclage, columns and easels
- Socage and support
- Technical lighting
- Destock Exhibition
• Increases storage capacity
Mobile shleving modular shelving is ideally suited for small spaces: it offers a simple solution to increase storage capacity with only one access aisle required.
Mobile trolleys can be moved individually or in a block, mechanical drive by steering wheel or electronic control (optional, contact us).
Mobile shelving available in 3 configurations:
A - Length of span 1 m, 1 fixed shelving depth 390 mm and 2 shelves (double) mobile depth 780 mm.
B - Length of the span 2 m (2 x 1 m), 1 fixed shelving depth 390 mm and 2 shelves (double) mobile depth 780 mm.
C - Length of the span 3 m (3 x 1 m), 1 fixed shelving depth 390 mm and 2 shelves (double) mobile depth 780 mm. Other configurations: on-site travel and free quote.
Each mobile shelving is composed of: - Floor made of panels with Terrazo melamine surface (anti-slip) thickness 22 mm, - Guide rails, - Plinth at the front, - Back and side cladding, - Light gray epoxy steel cladding color RAL 7035, - Black anti-dust profiles, - Label holders.
Overall height: 2,138 mm (of which 22 mm for the floor). Free height required: 2171 mm. Maximum load per rack: 100 kg. Assembly by our teams and other configurations: contact us.
Characteristics: solid walls in stiffened sheets at the front and at the back by a closed square tube interconnected by a flat wall. Shelves (33 mm thick) adjustable with a 20 mm pitch designed specifically for receiving archive boxes, books and hanging folders. Sets of braces to ensure stability. Color gray white RAL 9002.
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