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Our strongest heavy duty racking solution is our cantilever rack system. This system is suitable for companies stocking short, long or awkwardly shaped items such as drywall, metal tubing or lumber. With that said, cantilever rack can be regarded as lumber rack or furniture rack for furniture storage applications. Our cantilever systems are easy to install and flexible in space efficiency with the ability to operate under a narrow pick aisle design. At Camara Industries, we know cost is a factor and always look to provide lead industry competitive pricing. We pride ourselves in working hard to earn your business and engineering the cost to a fraction of the design.
Available in many heights from 8 feet to 24 feet to comply with any overhead conditions such as fire sprinkler systems, lighting fixtures or governing variables such as the pick height of lift equipment.
Available in roll form or structural steel I-Beams according to load.
Available single-sided or double-sided to enhance adjust to warehouse plan configuration.
Cantilever Rack systems are governed to support the weight of the total of arms per tower.
Cantilever Arms are either straight for products that are not cylindrical or tapered with a slight angle to prevent product from rolling off.
Stopping pins are available as attachments to protect this from happening.
Cantilever Arm lengths are available in many sizes beginning at 12" to 60".
Cantilever Arms can be adjusted in height increments of 4", to be bolted back to the tower.
Configured into three categories
A. Single X-Brace for maximum column height of 12 feet.
B. Single X-Brace with a horizontal brace for column height ranging from 13 feet to 16 feet.
C. (2) - X-Braces for column heights ranging from 17 feet to 20 feet with a top horizontal brace.
Bracing is a governing variable dictated by the product length and product ability to undergo a change in form without breaking or cracking.
Bracing is also a system component to provide system reinforcement between towers and avoid toppling.
Maximizes horizontal and vertical space density to redeem space and reduce footprint density.
Redeem equipment efficiency by capitalizing on operational capabilities.