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Founded in 1968, METALSISTEM commenced its activities specialising in the design and production of machinery for the cold pro.ling of metals. The experience gathered, numerous highly innovative patents resulting from intense research and development and the considerable market success of the .rst range of cold form zinc coated pro.les quickly channelled METALSISTEM into the production of the latter of its activities. Today the METALSISTEM Group is an articulated network of companies with its head of.ce and main production facility in Rovereto, Italy. The Group has consolidated its position as one of the major industries within the Material Handling Sector. Through products and services aimed at providing complete assistance for all warehousing, product showcasing and retail sales requirements, the companies of the METALSISTEM Group are able to offer their customers a wide range of products of the highest quality, highly competitively priced, with very rapid delivery times and a .rst class back up service, as well as tailor made solutions providing ef.cient and rational use of internal storage areas and material handling environments. Lightness, strength and modular form, coupled with the ease of integrating and expanding already existing structures are but a few of the successful features of the METALSISTEM storage and shelving systems. The success of the METALSISTEM Group is the result of a precise managerial choice based on research of new production technologies and continuous development and innovation of its product range. A direction which has produced numerous international patents (testament to the uniqueness of the METALSISTEM product), continuing improvements in safety, quality and versatility. METALSISTEM's company strategy is to offer products of the highest quality, very competitively priced, with rapid delivery times backed up by a .rst class service. The numerous product lines are conceived and designed by METALSISTEM's internal Research and Development Centre, as are the pro.ling lines and equipment required for their manufacture. The automated production facilities for the cold pro.ling of metals have enabled METALSISTEM to achieve one of the highest levels of productivity in the world, today. Rigorous laboratory tests are conducted on the prime material entering production, and on the .nal product, thus ensuring the continuing evolution of ef.ciency and quality standards. All products have elevated structural characteristics and ensure high quality standards recognised by the most important European certi.cationbodies, such as Germany's TÜV Product ServiceGmbH, Austria's Ö-NORM, Rome's I.S.P.E.S.L, ACAI/CISI (Associazione Costruttori Acciaio Italiani -Sezione Costruttori Italiani di Scaffalatura Industriale), the latter of which METALSISTEM has membership, and others. The company’s ISO 9001 quality assurance system as well as its environmental management system ISO14001 are certi.ed by RINA. With an annual turnover of exceeding 260 Million Euro, the METALSISTEM Group premises occupy a total area of 230.000 m2, 125.000 of which are dedicated to production. The METALSISTEM Group af.liated companies and distributors provide a world wide commercial network covering the domestic market and the industrialised nations of the world, able to satisfy the most demanding needs. We value greatly the high level of trust that is placed in us by our customers and feel that it is proof of the quality and reliability of our products. STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS CALCULATION AND SAFETY STANDARDS The correct use of the product, both from the technical and design point of view indemni.es both the manufacturer and the customer in the event of improper use. Therefore, METALSISTEM recommends that customers follow its code of
METALSISTEM declines all responsibility for improper or non authorized use of the racking and its accessories. a) Floor slab loading Loading capability should be checked before installation. b) Site installation It is of utmost importance that installations are assembled by skilled labour only. Frames should be built in strict accordance with the assembly diagram shown at right. Particular attention should be paid to a proper assembly and location of security pins. c) Rack alignment Once the shelving is assembled, it is necessary to align it vertically and horizontally. The perpendicular deviation should not exceed 1/200 of the height (with a maximum of 15 mm) and correspondingly the horizontal deviation 1/300 of the bay length (see Fig. 1). d) Load bearing capacity plate Load capacity plates should be .xed in a prominent position and show the product series, the year of construction, the maximum load per bay, per shelf end per m2 (in the case of platforms and/or two-tierstructures), as well as the weight of the load units and the distance from the ground to the .rst load level. e) Rack safety standard In the case of hand leaded static shelving, if the height of the frame is over 3 metres or exceeds over 5 times its depth, the frames must be securely bolted to the .oor slab (using the heavy duty base plate art. 67006) and .tted with wall ties or overhead ties (see .g. 2). It is not allowed to use single sided shelving that exceeds over 8 times its depth, unless the frames are connected through walkways or .tted with wall ties or equivalent. The use of cross bracings (vertical and horizontal cross bracing) is necessary in the case of rack runs with frame heights over 3 metres, with less than 4 bays or with distances of more than 700 mm in height between the load levels. The frames must be securely bolted to the .oor slab using the heavy duty base plates (art. 67006) and the locking frame spacer bars. As an alternative solution to the use of cross bracings customers may .t the shelving with wall ties or similar. This is valid only in case that the wall or the structure is adequate for that scope and provide an equal or better grade of constraint compared to cross bracing. Within seismic regions it is not allowed at all to use any type of wall ties or similar. For speci.c calculations and design customers should contact the Metalsistem Technical Department. f) Installation design SUPER 123 structures are to be used as hand loaded shelving only and not as pallet racking, with forklifts, or with wheeled equipment on two-tier-structures. METALSISTEM declines all responsibility for improper or non authorized use of the shelving and its accessories. g) Two tier structures/platforms Two tier structures with suspended walkways are to be designed exclusively with the SUPER 3 system and must comply with all safety recommendations. In case of platforms with continuous .oor/decking (see page 5 - case “B”), the frames are to be assembled as shown in the assembly diagram, i.e. using exclusively diagonal spacer bars, at centre distances of 264 mm, up to the level of the platform. Uprights must be assembled with locking frame spacer bars and heavy duty base plates (art. n° 67006), securely bolted to the .oor slab. Staircases must be adequately reinforced and built with the reinforced SUPER 3 uprights only (art. 99230), either side of the staircase. The correct use of all safely components mentioned in this brochure is mandatory. The maximum load bearing capacity of walkways/decking within two-tier-structures and platforms is 300 kg/m2, the maximum width of walkways is 1200 mm, and the maximum shelf bay length is 1500 mm. The frames must be .tted with overhead ties (art. n° 67401). h) Software reference The theoretical calculation is based on the EUROCODE 3, using the safety factors recommended within the F.E.M. standards. The reference standards for the materials are the following: EN 10204 -EN 10346. i) Calculation The calculation is executed with the ANSYS software and based on .nite elements. I) Frame load capacity The frame load bearing capacities stated in this brochure are calculated in compliance with the following criteria: the .rst shelf level must be .tted at no more than 700 mm from the ground and the following levels at intervals not exceeding 500 mm, with a minimum of 4 interconnecting bays. Frames are to be bolted to the .oor slab. m) Shelf load bearing capacity Data for shelf load bearing capacities shown in the brochure are to be understood as referring to uniformly distributed loadings with a de.ection equal to 1/200 of the shelf length. The beam locking pins must always be .tted. n) Custom-built applications The METALSISTEM Technical Department is at its customers’ disposal for any speci.c calculation or custom-built application. METALSISTEM reserves the right to apply technical changes to the product. Data, characteristics and dimensions given in this document are merely indicative. See more
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FOR FRAMES 320 - 400- 500 - 600 - 700 - 800 in depth LEGEND Diagonal / Horizontal Spacer Bars Locking Frame Spacer Bars SUPER 1-2-3 Series n° of spacer bars SUPER ZERO Series n° of spacer bars SUPER-3 Series. TWO TIER STRUCTURES / PLATFORMS CASE “A“ Two tier structure with suspended walkways SUPER-ZERO uprights and frames are allowed with the use of SUPER-ZERO beams and shelves, only. Bay lengths 900/1050/1200 mm only, with a max. load capacity of 200 daN per shelf, for uniformly distributed loads. CASE “B“ Platform with continuous .oor TWO TIER STRUCTURES PLATFORMS ln case of two tier structures with suspended walkways the frames are to be assembled as shown in case “A” at left (i.e. the standard frame assembly diagram). In case of platforms with continuous .oor decking, the frames have to be assembled with pairs of diagonal spacer bars only, at centre distances of 264 mm, up to the level of the platform (see case “B” at left). In both cases the frames must be securely bolted to the .oor slab using the heavy duty base plates (art. n° 67006.95) and the locking frame spacer bars. Staircases made from standard components and integrated into the twotier-structure have to be reinforced in an appropriate way, using the reinforced SUPER 3-upright (art. n° 99230.95) either side of the staircase. METALSISTEM strongly recommends to comply with all safety standards mentioned in this brochure. The maximum load bearing capacity of walkways/decking within two-tier structures or platforms is 300 kg/m2 and the maximum width of the walkways is 1200 mm. The maximum shelf bay length is 1500 mm.
THE COMPANY TODAY METALSISTEM products are now in use in a great many installations throughout the world, and after more than 40 years production, we value greatly the high level of trust that is placed in us by our customers and feel that it is proof of the quality of our products. The shelving components are produced on fully automated production lines. The folding and cold processing techniques developed by METALSISTEM are designed to obtain light and extremely strong components. Lightness, strength and modular form coupled with the ease of integrating and expanding already existing structures are but a few of the successful features of the METALSISTEM Industrial Storage Systems. Ideal storage solutions for a whole host of products supplied worldwide are created here thanks to a total commitment to research and development. All METALSISTEM components are subjected to regular and rigorous technical tests. These cover both uniformly distributed and concentrated loadings.
The fully adjustable SUPER 1/2/3 systems have been designed to meet the needs of light to medium duty storage. They are also highly suitable for the construction of two tier structures (with the SUPER 3 system). The design of the various components is the result of rigorous technical testing and the highly specialised knowledge developed over years of experience in the .eld of metal processing. This experience has enabled METALSISTEM to offer innovative products of the highest quality, highly competitively priced, and to produce a highly technical solution to the most important
shelving problems, such as rapid assembly, stability, low cost and load bearing capacity. The design allows for high load bearing from light gauge materials. The use of high quality zinc coated steel ensures a high level of durability. The structural components of the SUPER 1/2/3 systems are made from high tensile steel, certi.ed according to EN 10204 3.1. See more
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The safety and the quality of the product has always been a primary aim of METALSISTEM and is recognised byTÜV PRODUCT SERVICE in Munich, one of the most rigorous E.C. commissions in the .eld of quality and safety certi.cation. The product meets the requirements of the Equipment Safety Law. Thanks to its attractive high-tech design, SUPER 1-2-3 shelving is trendy and pleasing to the eye. It can provide unique and cost effective solutions for shop.tting and applications in domestic environments as well. See examples at left.
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS Base plates Fit the steel base plate onto the upright, using pliers to guide the two tongues on the plate into the nibs on the upright. Then tap the base plate into the nibs with a hammer (see sketch below). Plastic base plates (Ref. 1) should be used for the SUPER-0 and SUPER-1 series only. They may be used as well for applications in domestic environments, with modest load bearing capacities. Double plastic base plates are available for back-to-back bays. Both items (single and double base plates) are also used as top caps for uprights (Ref. 20/29). Heavy duty base plates (Ref. 1b) must be used in the following cases:
-when building platforms or two-tier structures with suspended walkways; -when building staircases, under the uprights of the staircase; -if the height of the shelving is over 3 metres or exceeds over 5 times the depth of the shelving. Heavy duty base plates are always to be assembled in conjunction with locking frame spacer bars. In all other cases customers may use the standard steel base plate (Ref. 1). Shims in 1-2-3 mm gauge are available for steel base plates. Spacer bars To .t spacer bars, refer to the diagram on pages 4/5 to determine the exact position and quantity. Insert the horizontal and diagonal spacer bars into the grooves in the corner of the upright, locating the wide part of the slot over the nibs on the upright and keeping the spacer bars tight to the upright, in order to keep it square; then tap down into the narrow part of the slot alternating from side to side. To achieve correct assembly, the spacer bar anti-release tongues should be closed (Ref. 2).
Beams Take the frames, assembled with bracing and base plates: keep them as perpendicularly as possible and .t the beam by tapping it down onto the tongues, close to the upright, with a plastic-faced hammer to avoid damage to the beam (Ref. 3). The beams, once assembled, should be secured with the respective beam locking pins (see page 21, Ref. 22). For the storage of tyres or round materials which are placed directly onto the beams, plastic strips are available to avoid damage to the products stored; these strips are .tted into the recess of the beams (see page 21, Ref. 21).
Roller Shelves Roller shelf units consist of one or more inclined runways equipped with specially designed roller tracks. Merchandise is loaded in the rear of each runway and moves toward the picking station. As an item is removed from the front, the item directly behind it slides forward in place of the previous and rolls to the front, thus allowing merchandise to remain better organized and easier to .nd/pick. METALSISTEM’s carton .ow is an economic, modular and functional solution based on standard components alone, allowing .ow track beds to be created up to depths of 4 metres. The .ow track pro.les are made from certi.ed, galvanised, high tensile steel and are manufactured in lengths ranging from 359 to 4022 mm at a cut pitch of 33 mm. Yellow rollers made from polypropylene are inserted into the tracks at varying pitches of either 33, 49.5 66, 82.5 or 99 mm, according to the application requirements. The track pro.les are inserted into sceenstrips that are fastened with clamps/ screws (art. 69829.95/00056.20) at centre distances of approx. 1000 mm. The support for the roller shelves is provided by frames placed at .xed intervals set by oval tubes, (the same standard components used for walkway parapet elements) thus ensuring that the beams will be aligned at a constant inclination of approximately 8% from the rear to the front side of the system. However, the most suitable degree of inclination depends on the type of packaging and weight of the load unit and the overall length of the roller track. A “T”section support bar placed at the picking side of the run provides both support for the .ow tracks and an end stop for the cartons. For more information please refer to page 44 of this brochure. Chipboard shelves Chipboard shelves of thickness 12 or 18
Shelves H12 and H25
Shelves of pro.le 12 mm, 450-600-900 mm wide, are produced in depths varying from 320 to 700 mm. Shelves of pro.le 25 mm and 300 mm wide are supplied in depths varying from 400 to 800 mm (Ref. 5-6). SHELF PANEL H12 Ref. 5 - 80
SHELF PANEL H25 Ref. 6 Perforated Plastic Shelf Panels The standard range of perforated plastic shelf panels in 150-200-300 mm width is made from high quality polypropylene, suitable for use within the food sector, perforated at >50% of the shelf surface area. Available in four different colours: white, yellow, light blue and blue, for frame depths 320-400-500 mm (Ref. 60).
150 - 200 - 300 Ref. 60
Speci.c FROST panels in light green colour are available for use within cooling rooms. ECO shelf panels in black colour, made from recycled polypropylene, feature utmost cost ef.ciency. ECO shelf panels are not compatible with the food sector. For correct ordering and load bearing capacities, please refer to page 41 of this brochure. Perforated Steel Shelf Panels Perforated steel shelves of pro.le 25 mm PERFORATED STEEL SHELF PANEL H25 see page 43 in 300 mm width, perforated at 50%. For installations equipped with sprinkler systems. Hole diameter 6.5 mm. For correct ordering and load bearing capacities, please refer to page 43 of this brochure. Modular containers Insert the containers from left to right, and join them together by overlapping the beginning of the following container onto the end of the preceding one, pressing them into the recess of the beams.
To assemble the containers correctly, the rear beam should be .tted two pitches higher than the front one (Ref. 10). Fit the dividers into the special slotted seats, pushing down to locate (Ref. 9). The capacity of the containers can be increased by .tting bin front and rear panels 200 or 300 mm high. DIVIDERS
A large range of dividers is available. Vertical sliding dividers
These have been designed to separate loose items (Ref. 11). The concept of these dividers is based on the following components: a couple of clips (version at right/at left), and vertical dividers, available for all frame depths and in two different heights (H=100mm / H=200 mm), as well as in the pro.led version (H=200/100 mm). Shelf trays
These comprise a bin front and rear panel 100 mm high placed on a normal shelf with adjustable dividers from 320 to 600 mm in depth (Ref. 13). Chest of drawers
The modular drawers are fully integrated with the SUPER 1-2-3 series and are located directly on the frames.
A cost effective solution for the storage of small items. Bin front panels 100 mm high and rear panels 200 mm high are .tted with pro.led dividers (Ref. 14/15). Plastic Bins Open fronted plastic bins are also available for the storage of loose items. More information on page 51. Fixed height dividers Available in three different heights: 244344-444 mm They can be inserted in any position on the shelf by means of spring clips located on the beams H47 (Ref. 16).
means of a clamp/screw connection (8mm). A minimum of two tubes should be used for each division (Ref. 17). Dividers for exhaust pipes Spigots designed for the separation of tubes, exhausts and conduits, etc. They are used both vertically and horizontally and are .tted on to the beams anywhere in the length. Not suited for hanging loads (Ref. 18). Label Holder It can be located in any position on both H47 and H80 beams. Dimensions 100x40 mm (Ref. 23). ACCESSORIES PVC top caps PVC top caps are to be .tted onto the top of the upright, in all applications (Ref. 20).
Oval shaped tubes and beams The oval shaped beams and tubes are compatible with most types of hanger and provide a cost effective solution to garment storage and for hanging loads (Ref. 19 / 20). The garment hanging shelving can be designed on a single or double entry basis and equipped with shelves. The oval tubes .tted onto the spacer bars alone will not stabilise the structure in the horizontal plane and have to be combined with beams above and below.
Tyre Storage The oval shaped beams can also be used for the storage of tyres (see page 10). In this case, please refer to the technical handbook to identity correct use and appropriate load capacities. ln the case that the tyres will be stored on H-47-mm beams, it is obligatory to use the SUPER-3 version only and exclusively, both for the beams and the frames. Maximum allowed bay length: 1200 mm. Maximum allowed frame depth: 400 mm, to ensure safe storage and to prevent torsional de.ection of the beams.
Plastic strip for glass shelves It can be .tted on the beams in order to protect glass shelves or delicate materials (Ref. 21).
Security pins ln order to prevent accidental lifting of the beams and shelves, the security pins should be used in all applications (Ref. 22). Assembly instructions as per the sketch at right. Frame back-to-back clips They are used to .x the frames together when building back-to-back bays to improve stability. They are located at mid height (Ref. 24). Security pins for beams in back-to-back bays They are used to prevent accidental lifting of the beams when building back-to-back bays (Ref. 25).
CLADDING END PANELS H25 End panels are manufactured in two standard sizes (200/300 mm wide x 25 mm) and in standard heights of 14851940-2480 mm (Ref. 26). End and middle joints are also available to build multiple cladding heights and/or to .nish off the panels at their upper end (Ref. 31). In case of the panels being lower then the respective frame, “H”-section pro.les may be used at the bottom of the panels, to achieve equal height (Ref. 31). Punched hole panels H25 are also available, according to European Standards (i.e. hole diameter of 5 mm, at 25 mm centre distance). Special clips are used to fasten the cladding panels. For end panels it is the clip art. code n° 68107.95 (Ref. 28), for back panels H29 mm it is the clip art. code n° 68108.95 and for back panels H12 mm the clip 67010.95 (Ref. 27). Side cladding This type of cladding may be used to enclose individual bays within shelving runs. Available for frame depths up to 600 mm. Side cladding panels are .tted between the diagonal spacer bars of the frames. When ordering side frame claddings, the respective frames are to be built with diagonal spacer bars only, i.e. the horizontal spacer bars have to be replaced with diagonals (Ref. 30).
MODULAR SLIDING GATE The modular METALSISTEM sliding gates are supplied preassembled, in kit form. Two different models are available: with guide rail assembled on the ground or with external, suspended guide rails, made from a USP-upright pro.le supplied in standard lengths of 4500 mm which has to be cut to size on site according to individual needs. For available dimensions and ordering, please refer to page 48 of this brochure. CLADDING BACK PANELS H12 mm for back-to-back bays Back panels H12 are manufactured in 450-600-900 mm standard width and in standard heights of 1485-1940-24802980 mm (Ref. 29). When using H12mm-back panels within back-to-back bays, the single modules are superposed at the center of the bay (see sketch below). The cladding modules are kept in position by the beams of the back-toback bays. For multiple cladding heights, a couple of beams has to be located at junction points (Ref. 31). The sketches shown below and beside explain the design and assembly of the various cladding components. BACK CLADDING H12 MM
FASTENING CLIP FOR BACK PANEL H12 Article Code N° 67010.95 H-12-MM CLADDING PANELS FOR BACK TO BACK BAYS
CENTER DISTANCE UPRIGHT SECTION: 906 / 1056 / 1206 / 1356 / 1506 / 1656 / 1806 mm
SUPER 3 Two-tier-structures with suspended walkways (max. load bearing capacity = 300 daN/m2) Two tier structures, even varied and complex have been designed by METALSISTEM combining light weight with high strength in the METALSISTEM tradition, avoiding any type of bolting or welding. ASSEMBLY OF SPACER BARS WHEN LOCATING H 58 "T" - SECTION WALKWAY SUPPORT BARS INSIDE THE FRAMES L 900 : NO SPACER BAR L 1200 : ONE SPACER BAR AT THE CENTRE L 1500 : ONE SPACER BAR AT THE CENTRE When designing two tier structures, consider the dimensions and details of the sketch shown above. Always refer and adhere to the calculation and safety code summarized on pages 4 and 5. Max. shelf bay length: 1500 mm Max. width of walkway: 1200 mm
NOTE: The spacer bars connecting the “T”-walkway support bars must be ordered in a special length (10 mm narrower than those used to assemble the standard frame). When building staircases, customers should .t one spacer bar under each stairtread. Steel planks These can be supplied with three different surfaces: ribbed, open and smooth, together with compensation panels and fastening components. The steel planks are inserted into the “T” section supports by levering between the panel and the support (Ref. 32). There are two types of steel planks: one for walk-through bays and one for walkways. When ordering, always refer to the length of the respective spacer bar used for building the walkway or the frames (see page 48). "T-Section" Support Bracket - at 90° “T-Section" support bars can be located at 90° by assembling one half of a wall fastening bracket (art. n 65022.95) (Ref. 34) and one half of a “T-section” support bracket (art. n 67022.95) (Ref. 33). Wall fastening brackets are also available, similar to the above, providing a method to .x the frames to a wall for stability (Ref. 34). Assembly Instructions SUPER-3 Two tier structures There are two types of “T”-section walkway supports for the construction of two-tier-structures: one is .tted on the outside of the upright by means of support brackets to support walkways between shelf runs, and the other is .tted inside and onto the upright to support walk-through bays, providing continuity of the steel walkway decking (Ref. 38) The nibs on the “T”-section walkway support beams H58 allow these beams to be connected between them by means of spacer bars being 10 mm narrower than those used to assemble the respective frame (Ref. 35). To reduce noise, a PVC strip is .tted between the steel planks and the ”T”-section support bars (Ref. 37). To achieve a correct assembly of the "T"-section support beams within walkways (Art. 67015.95) these spacer bars must be located under the walkway support beams, at centre distances of 800 mm approximately (Ref. 35/36). In order to avoid sharp edges, the ”T”-section supports should be assembled with an overhang of about 2 cm and .nished off with plastic top caps (Ref. 42). For .xing back-to-back frames together, use the two-tier support bracket, bending the tongues behind the second upright, as shown on Ref. 37. When designing two-tier structures, remember that the overall width of every frame and every walkway will be about 10 mm more than the length of the spacer bar used. Also, when calculating the total length of runs, allow tor approximately 6 mm of “creep” per bay (see page 26). When using any other type of .ooring, it is important to note that the .oor panel itself will be 4 mm narrower than the spacer bars used to assemble the walkways and respectively 12 mm narrower than the spacer bars used to assemble walk-through-bays. In all cases, only SUPER 3 components should be used when designing two-tierstructures.
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Kickboards Three different types of kickboards are available: for use in the direction of the beams, at the end of a run within uprights, or for walkway ends. Kickboards are made from two oval shaped tubes (the same items used to build the handrails) .xed to the uprights and .nished oft with a metal sheet element located onto the oval shaped tubes by self tapping screws. For correct ordering of these items and dimensions, please see instructions on page 48 of this brochure. The use of beam retaining clips is mandatory. ln the direction of the beams, shelf boards are available in two different heights, 200 or 300 mm (article n° 64016.95 - 64040.95). These items have .anged ends with slots to be located onto the uprights (Ref. 39). Upright reinforcement Uprights that are used as newel posts for handrail should always be .tted with the reinforcing brackets shown (Ref. 50). Staircase handrails The handrail tube is a square pro.le in
32x32 mm section, available in both stainless steel and zinc coated version. The fastening of the handrail onto the uprights is made by nylon components and brackets, as shown in the picture below (Ref. 45). The necessary components have been included into a macro code, for easy ordering. Please refer to page 50 of this brochure.
Hand rails Hand rails and knee rails are made from oval shaped beams (Ref. 49). For correct ordering of these items, please see instructions on page 48 of this brochure. The use of beam retaining clips and upright tops caps is mandatory. Handrails on two-tier structures may also be built with “U”-section pro.les assembled in conjunction with special P.V.C.supports (Ref. 47-48). These supports can also be used to .nish off the handrails at their ends. STAIRCASES Staircases can be built using standard components and integrated into SUPER-3 two-tier structures. The stair treads are .xed with four clamps/screws each (Article Code n° 69829.95/00056.20). Under each stair tread, one spacer bar has to be assembled into the “T”-section support bar H58, to improve overall stability of the construction. Staircases have to be adequately reinforced. It is mandatory to use reinforced uprights (Art. Code n° 99230.95: SUPER-3 upright section with welded U-section pro.le on its front face) on either side of the staircase, i.e. on all those uprights that are not connected by frame bracing elements. When ordering, customers have to indicate the height of the reinforcement pro.le (see page 50). It is recommended to continue with the regular frame bracing pattern within these frames, as soon as possible.
The SUPER 1-2-3 shelving series can be integrated with EUROSCACCO shelf panels. This combination provides speci.c advantages for shop.tting applications, such as an enhanced choice among various display solutions. EUROSCACCO shelf panels can be equipped and customised with a huge array of accessory items, such as wire dividers and front risers. This system is available for frames of the SUPER-1 series with a maximum height of 2500 mm. EUROSCACCO shelves are available in smooth and perforated version, in 10001250-1333 mm length, to suit frame depths ranging from 300 to 700 mm, providing a load bearing capacity of 70 daN per shelf, for uniformly distributed loads. SUPER 1 frames, when integrated with EUROSCACCO shelf panels, require vertical bracing - please refer to page 39.
Shopfitting accessories A wide range of hooks, wire rods, and bars with pegs are available for supply. These items .t onto the oval beams in 10/10 and 18/10 mm gauge (article code n° 36051.95-36810.95 - see pages 38 and 48 of this brochure).
Trendy Shopfitting and Display Solutions Achieved with the modular SUPER 1-2-3 shelving series. See pictures at left.
Sliding Doors Sliding Doors are ideal for areas with limited corridor width and can be used to create closed spaces or cupboards. Sliding doors are supplied preassembled and are available in the standard METALSISTEM colour range. A lock is supplied as a standard accessory with every door. Sliding doors are available for 900-1200-1500 mm bay lengths, in two different heights: 2000 and 2500 mm. The sliding rails are made to match the height of the shelving beams on top and at the bottom of the shelving bay. In case of MOBIBASIC mobile shelving installations, the rails are .xed directly to the MOBIBASIC chassis and to the shelving beam on top of the bay, to ensure a dust proof connection. For more information and ordering, please refer to page 42.
Mobile Shelving Thanks to its attractive high-tech design, SUPER 1-2-3 is also a highly suitable and cost effective system to achieve mobile shelving applications. For the design and ordering of mobile shelving installations, please refer to the MOBIBASIC Technical Manual <Doc: MT16>.
Modular Steel Cabinets Made from our shelving series and cladded with EUROSCACCO steel panels, these cabinets are equipped with lockable sliding doors and are highly performing in terms of load bearing capacity. Available in zinc coated or powder coated version (Ref. 62). The standard con.guration has been conceived with four modular, adjustable steel shelves made from SUPER-1-beams and H-12shelf panels; other con.gurations can be easily achieved thanks to the modular design. Customers may use shelving components from their stock to build the framework and just order the cladding set to build the cabinet. Compared to similar products available on the market, METALSISTEM steel cabinets distinguish themselves by higher load capacities, utmost cost ef.ciency and solidity. Available as well in a width of 1500 mm: a feature that is not common for this product category. For ordering, see page 42.
Mobile Ladders Mobile ladders are available in 20002500-3000 mm height (in 5-7-9-step version) and can be supplied with guide rail and curves to adapt them to any environment (Ref. 56). For ordering please refer to page 47.
Steel planking “T”-sections can be used as support beams for the steel planking (Ref. 55). Floors of any dimension can be built in conjunction with “H” joints and “U” section channels. They are used as end and middle joints (Ref. 52-53). The 70 mm-section walkway beam (art. 99253B.B1) provides an alternative solution to the use of the "T"-section support bars. It enables the steel planks to be laid in length direction along the walkways (Ref. 57). The “T”-section supports are .tted back-to-back. One is .tted on the outside of the upright by means of support brackets, and the other is .tted inside and onto the upright. The steel planks are laid over the top and are .xed down by means of the special clamp (Ref. 54). When joining the planks in a transverse direction the 6x20 mm bolt should be used in the appropriate holes.
SIMPLY SUPER - DO-IT-YOURSELF - PATENTED BOLTLESS SHELVING KITS
“SIMPLY SUPER” are DO-IT-YOURSELF shelving kits, conceived for easy use within the domestic environment. SIMPLY SUPER is available in two different heights - 1840 and 1576 mm - with 5 or 4 shelf levels in height, respectively. Two shelf options are available: plastic panels or steel shelf panels. Starter bays can be easily integrated with add-on-bays. All of them in 900 mm width and 400 mm depth. Shelves can be regulated in height at a 33-mm-pitch. SIMPLY SUPER is made from prime quality high tensile steel, certified according to EN 10204 3.1. component shelving kit to build a: nominal bay dimensionsL x D x H - mm shelf panelsmade from: component description box height mm
75000.98 75000C.98 starter unit add-on-unit 1000 x 400 x 1576 steel 75105/E.98 see Ref. A above: Packaging set 1580 composed of cardboard box + sticker + flyer
75001.98 75001C.98 starter unit add-on-unit 1000 x 400 x 1840 steel 75107/E.98 see Ref. A above: Packaging set 1840 composed of cardboard box + sticker + flyer
75002.98 75002C.98 starter unit add-on-unit 1000 x 400 x 1576 plastic, yellow 75101I.98 see Ref. B above Screen Print Box 1840
75003.98 75003C.98 starter unit add-on-unit 1000 x 400 x 1576 plastic, light blue
PLASTIC LINE (Page 19) See more on the web Open fronted bins with very strong structure. Easily to be placed one upon another. Large front label holder. Made from high density polyethylene. Fracture and breakage proof. Resistant to acids, oils, solvents and detergents. Ergonomic line with comfortable handles for lifting. Base completely flat and anti-skid. Full length return to clip to louvred panels. Brilliant colours and agreeable design.
L. 105 x D. 88/70 x H. 54 L. 105 x D. 167/140 x H. 82 L. 144 x D. 237/190 x H. 123 L. 205 x D. 345/270 x H. 164 Package of 100 pcs. Package of 48 pcs. Package of 38 pcs. Package of 24 pcs.
L. 298 x D. 485/400 x H. 189 L. 372 x D. 600/460 x H. 250 L. 442 x D. 700/540 x H. 300 L. 406 x D. 345/270 x H. 164 can be equipped with 1, 2 or 3 mobilePackage of 12 pcs. Package of 4 pcs. Package of 4 pcs. dividers Package of 8 pcs.
- = horizontal connection element = available without fixed divider
= available with fixed divider (only for BULL 6 - 6/D and BULL 7 - 7/D)
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