Our safe storage systems provide innovative storage and filing solutions for modern workspace environments. Easily access and mobilize your items with its unique mechanism enabling you to effortlessly move the system. These safe storage systems are designed with built-in safety features to not only offer enhanced standards in safety – but also reliability, user-friendliness and productivity.

Safety and security can never be underestimated when investing in new mobile shelving storage equipment. Overburdened shelves create a major risk for employees should they collapse under the weight of an out-of-control inventory. We are proud to offer the safest mobile storage systems in the industry either manual, mechanical-assist or powered mobile storage systems.

High Density Mobile Storage Systems concept is to create collapsible aisles with carriages that roll from side to side in your space, minimizing the amount of aisle space required with traditional fixed storage shelving. There are 3 ways to operate mobile shelving systems and create access aisles, manually with a fixed handle, with a mechanical assistance 3 spoke ergonomic handle or electrically with the push of a button. With a turn of a handle (mechanical assistance), a push of a button (electric) or a gentle push (manual), a high density mobile aisle movable storage system will greatly increase your storage density & reduce the footprint of your storage.

We know how safety is a chief concern for your business. Protecting employees from accidents in the workplace is not only the right thing to do morally, it’s one of the most cost-effective commitments you can make. So, when integrating new technology into your organization, built-in safety mechanisms should be priority No. 1.

By mounting shelving units on movable carriages, this system eliminates the need for multiple aisles. You can utilize your existing shelving or storage cabinets with the High Density System or select from a wide range of storage options. Then – with a push of a button – access the specific area needed.

Mechanical Assist Mobile Shelving Systems give you the flexibility to customize your shelving while optimizing your capacity. Whatever your industry, and whatever you need to find space for, Mechanical Assist Mobile Shelving Systems will make the most of your shelving capacity.

Manual Assist Mobile Shelving Systems are a simple and cost-effective storage solution. The systems slide on fixed tracks which have been carefully designed to ensure the smoothest motion. Multiple carriages can be pulled out at once, making these products far more practical and efficient than systems that only permit access to one carriage at a time.

Storage System Safety Features

Storage System Safety Features - Mechanical Assist Storage System

SafeCrank Button

Mechanical-assist mobile shelving handles with SafeCrank technology include a push-button lock to prevent carriage movement while in use. To activate the system, simply rotate the SafeCrank handle clockwise or counterclockwise. By pressing the safety push-button in the center of the handle, the SafeCrank handle can be locked or unlocked.

Storage System Safety Features - Powered Storage System

Mechanical Safety Brake

For additional protection against injuries in the workplace, you can equip your units with gravity-fed mechanical safety brakes along the bottom of our shelving at toe level. Users need only apply pressure to the bar to cease closure should the aisles begin to move for whatever reason while they’re still inside.

Storage System Safety Features - Manual Storage System

Foot Latch Safety

Our foot-latch safety for manual mobile storage systems is the ideal option to prevent the mobile storage system from moving. Engaging the foot-latch safety before entering an aisle prevents other users from operating a system already in use.

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