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Link 51 launches trackless mobile shelving system

23 October 2013

A new trackless mobile shelving system that promises to transform high density storage has been launched by market leader Link 51

The trackless system is said to provide clear and easy access to open aisles throughout the installation. Featuring just a single guide rail attached to the floor along the wall to keep the shelving unit aligned, this design feature means the floor can be reinstated with minimum effort if the shelving needs to be relocated.

The new design removes the need for the usual fixed tracks, ensuring unobstructed aisles and easy access for trolleys or steps, as well as removing trip hazards for pedestrian users.

Simon Baugh, Link 51’s Marketing Director, said its new mobile trackless system offers the same build quality and increased storage capacity as its standard mobile shelving systems but also additional benefits.

The lack of tracks also helps the cleaning process because there are no grooves or crevices to catch and hold debris.

“This really is a flexible and robust shelving system that will suit all working environments, from offices to archives, and hospitals to food manufacturing areas and especially where hygiene is a major consideration,” Simon said.

“It can also be combined with our other shelving systems to meet your exact specifications for storage, making it a welcome addition to our already extensive range of customer solutions.”


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