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Mobile Shelving
Self Based Manually Operated

The Self Based Manually Operated Mobile Shelving (Spacesaver) is built on a fully welded base manufactured from galvanised 50mm x 50mm square steel tube with a 3mm wall thickness for maximum strength, not formed sheetmetal or lightweight extruded aluminium.

Cross-beams are used in the base for support and rigidity.

Static plinths and mobile trolleys are manufactured from 2.5mm steel and have a  fully welded sub-frame.

Lateral anti-tilt guide wheels run the full length of the unit to stabilise each bay and prevent 'crabbing' and tilting of the shelving.

Case hardened load-bearing wheels are used on each trolley which are capable of carrying weight far greater than the trolleys maximum capacity.

Adjustable feet allow the base to be levelled on-site using the latest laser technology with accuracy to within .5mm ensuring ease of movement and correct alignment of the shelving bays.

Self Based Mechanically Assisted

Self Based Mechanically Assisted Spacesaver operates via a steering wheel which is mounted on a console attached to each mobile trolley.

The console contains a sprocket and chain drive unit which engages with a lateral chain fitted to the base of the Spacesaver.

It results in a smooth positive drive requiring virtually no maintenance and giving a mechanical advantage to the operator thereby greatly reducing the effort required to move each trolley.

The system is factory fitted to new units or can be retro-fitted to existing Davell units.

Fixed Track Mechanically Assisted

Fixed Track Mechanically Assisted Mobile Shelving Spacesaver has been engineered to be robust and functional with a simple but effective design which will give long term trouble free operation with virtually no maintenance required.

Each trolley runs on four 120mm diameter solid steel wheels, each of which are supported by two pre-packed and sealed ball bearings (8 per trolley) which allows for a load capacity in excess of 6000 kilograms.

The unit is operated by rotating a steering wheel mounted at the end of each trolley which drives the wheels through a system of spockets and chain giving a mechanical advantage to the operator which therefore requires far less effort to move each trolley.

The friction between the wheels and track is increased as the unit is loaded ensuring a smooth operation.

Lateral guide wheels are incorporated in each trolley to prevent 'crabbing' and tilting of the shelving bays.

The unit runs on steel tracks which are fixed to the floor and adjusted using laser levelling equipment.

An infill floor can be installed between the two tracks reducing the risk of tripping. 

All components are treated with a phosphate wash that removes impurities and powdercoated using the latest thermo-set technology.
Powdercoating seals any perforations as opposed to Colourbond (or pre-coated steel) which, when perforated leaves exposed steel that is prone to rust.