Industrial Catwalk Storage in Michigan

When it becomes necessary to seek out extra storage space, one of a warehouse’s best options is utilizing vertical space within an existing facility. This is a cost-effective way to add storage without the extreme measures of building, cooling, and plumbing a new warehouse.

A common concern with using vertical storage space is the obstacle of access to the stored products. An industrial catwalk storage system can solve this problem and provide a warehouse with the added storage space it seeks.

Catwalk Storage

How Does A Catwalk Storage System Work?

Catwalk storage systems can be used alone or in conjunction with a wall or vertical shelving system. Stacked shelving, cantilever shelves, and vertical shelves all work well with catwalk storage systems.

A catwalk is a simple way to provide access to high shelving and storage areas without the need for large equipment such as cranes and forklifts. They can be supported by floor or ceiling beams, depending on your unique needs. They can be customized to fit the size of your facility, including length and width.

Catwalk Systems

Are Catwalk Systems Safe?

All systems sold through Shelving + Rack Systems, Inc. are built according to OSHA standards. They are made from heavy duty, durable materials to ensure stability, and provide added security with support beams to keep them steady. Flooring options include heavy duty grating or steel.

Catwalk systems can be outfitted with railing, gates, and access panels as well as secure ladders or stairs to provide the highest level of employee safety.

At Shelving + Rack Systems, Inc. we are experienced and dedicated to helping our customers find storage solutions for their industrial space. Our help desk is available to answer questions and offer assistance whenever needed.

We offer a full range of new and used material handling and storage equipment from quality manufacturers at competitive prices. Call and let us start working for you today.



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