Standard wire shelving features four steel poles, 7" to 8 feet in
height, with shelves that are usually between 18 to 30 inches deep
and two to six feet wide. The shelves have four holes on the
corners where the poles insert and little plastic clips keep them
connected. The shelves are held on by circular grooves on the poles
which are usually spaced one inch apart throughout its length,
making it extremely easy for the individual shelves to be moved to
any height when the unit is fully assembled without taking apart
the unit or moving the other shelves. No tools are required to
assemble or disassemble these shelves, although a rubber mallet is
Wire shelving is used in a broad range of commercial and home
applications. It is often used in restaurant, food service and
retail store applications due to its ability to stay clean and
resist rust and mold. It is also used by retailers, in industrial
applications and in home kitchens as well. Wire shelving is
excellent in areas where fire prevention is stressed because its
open design allows sprinkler systems to function where solid
shelving might block water flow.
The all welded shelf construction is supported with architectural
wire trusses to provide between 600 lb. And 800 lb. Capacity per
Wire shelving is available in four options: galvanized wire
shelves, chrome-plated, stainless steel and plastic coated wire
shelving. Shelves can be loaded/unloaded easily from all sides.
This open construction allows use of maximum storage space of cube.