Shelving Systems and small parts handling

Hi280 – Narrow Aisle Shelving

  • 8th July 2015

Hi280 shelving system is manufactured from pre-galvanized steel on fully automated production lines. The design of the system is based on the principle of a minimum number of components in order to provide a simple, fast assembly and rebuild process.

Hi280 narrow aisle system is tested, dimensioned and approved according to the European FEM norms.

Narrow aisle shelving systems are mostly used in warehouses running 24 hours per day preferably with automated cranes. The main advantage of a narrow aisle storage installation is the optimization of storage space, this due to the fact that rail-running cranes demand less manoeuvring space compared with traditional forklift handling.

Dexion Hi280 - Narrow Aisle Shelving

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The Hi280 narrow aisle shelving system is incomparable to other systems used for narrow aisle applications. The depth of shelves can be varied from 300mm to 1000mm with heights up to 15 m.

The most common depths are 400mm or 500 mm depending on the design and dimension of the load caring plastic trays. Design length, is in principle, unlimited.

A shelving system in a narrow aisle installation demands a very high degree of accuracy and high stability. Hi280 fulfil these demand and can due to the design be installed in heights up to 15 m and depths from 300 – 1000 mm. The most common depths are 400 or 500 mm depending on the dimensions and design of load-bearing trays and boxes. The length of installation is in principle unlimited.

Depth: 300, 400, 500, 600, 800, 1000 mm
Length: 900, 1000, 1290, 1500, 1750, 2000, 2250, 2500 mm
Standard heights: 1000, 1600, 2100, 2300, 2500, 3000, 4600 mm

Shelves from 75kg to 400kg UDL per shelf

Frame components and shelves are manufactured in pre-galvanized steel.

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