from £8.24 (ex. VAT)
from £8.24 (ex. VAT)
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When using cantilever racking it is important to ensure that they are suitable for heavier loads and are capable of supporting bulkier items easily. Cantilever racking is often used in warehouses and other storage areas where a wide range of items need to be stored. Plastics, timber and metal can all be kept safe and these retaining pins will ensure that the arms can easily hold these items without risk of accident.
The additional retaining pins for cantilever racking come in two types. One is suitable for lighter loads and one for heavy duty. It is important to ensure that the correct ones are used, as fitting a light load retaining pin to hold heavy items could cause damage to the goods, the racking or injury to a person.
The retaining pins are easy to use and require no specialised training. There is a minimum order policy of ten pins, which is usually sufficient for a standard sized racking section. It is also possible to purchase additional arms for cantilever racking. The arms are sold in three sizes, each of which is designed to support a variety of loads. By taking advantage of the design and installation service it is possible to decide if additional retain pins and arms will be required.
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Unfortunately to ensure we offer the best individual product prices, orders below £45 will incur a charge of £4.50 (automatically applied to your basket until carriage paid limit reached).
ESE Direct Ltd, Wensum Works, 150 Northumberland Street, Norwich, Norfolk, NR2 4EE
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(Excluding postcodes HS, KW, ZE, IV, AB, DD, PH, PA, GY, JE, IM, BT, Isle of Anglesey, Isle of Wight and Eire).