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1) Shelving

A storage system designed to accept and store non-palletized loads, placed thereon, either manually, semi-automatically or automatically such as by an automated retrieval mechanism. In its basic open form, shelving is comprised of upright posts, the desired number of formed steel sheet panels which constitute horizontal shelves, and end and back braces. Sheet steel back and side panels may be substituted for bracing to form enclosed shelving units.

2) Shelving service aisle

The area in front of a unit or row of units required to service (pick or place stock into or out of the shelving unit.

3) Two level shelving

Two levels tiered one on top of each other with each tier serviced from a separate level.

4) Shelving post system

The vertical upright member that supports the horizontal shelf.  Posts are manufactured in a variety of configurations.

5) Shelving side panel

A sheet steel panel attaches to the front and rear post to enclose the side of the unit, or as a partition between units placed side by side.

6) Shelving side sway brace

Two pieces of flat or formed steel stock attached to the front and rear posts to prevent front to rear sway.

7) Shelving panel sway brace

An alternate to the side sway brace.  A panel of steel which attaches to the front and rear post to prevent front to rear sway.

8) Single row double face shelving

One generally continuous row of units joined together side to side to be serviced from either front or back by two service aisles.  May also be identified as "pass through" shelving.

9) Structural rack

Steel storage rack made from hot rolled steel shapes, generally conforming to the requirements of AISC, such as angle, beams or tubing.

10) Selective rack

Steel storage racks arranged in either single or back-to-back (double) rows.  Each of the rows offers a bay or number of bays in the down aisle direction.  Pallets are generally positioned side-by-side in the down-aisle direction at each level of the bay.  The advantage to this configuration of rack is that all pallets are accessible from the facing aisle.

11) Single row single face shelving

One generally continuous row of units joined together and side to side to be serviced from one service aisle.

12) Storage racks

A single or multi-level structural storage system that is utilized to support high stacking of single items or palletized loads.

13) Single deep rack

The simplest of all racking systems. This rack is selective and accommodates only a single pallet.

14) Single deep selective rack

Rack structure which allows loads to be stored one unit deep on either side of an aisle.

15) Shelf opening

The basic shelving compartment formed between two shelves within a unit of shelving.