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Mantova Project Shelving from R J Cox Engineering

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Mantova Project Shelving from R J Cox Engineering is designed to accommodate loadings of 300kg in each shelf. Shelves with width upto 600mm may utilise the moulded A.B.S. shelf.

Shelves of 750mm, 900mm and 1000mm can be wire grid, solid sheet or 25mmx25mmx1.6mm Dunnage style. Frames are 32mmx2.5mm roll formed section. The shelves are available in mild steel and stainless steel, grade 304 or 316. Reinforcing bars of 25mmx5mm is positioned for achieving maximum strength.

Following are the ranges of Mantova Project Shelving:

  • Wire Grid - 4mm wires at 25mm centres on 8mm supports set at 150mm centres
  • Moulded (Real Tuff) - manufactured from A.B.S. material will not rust or chip
  • safe for freezer and dishwasher use
  • Solid - stainless steel or galvanised are available for all frames
  • Dunnage - 25.4mmx25.4mmx1.6mm tube
The posts measure 25mmx25mmx1.2mm.

Following are the post options:

  • Nylon foot gives 32mm of adjustment
  • S/Steel foot allows for floor fixing and provides 65mm of adjustment
  • Castors of 125mm fit security to post
  • Adjustment for shelves is provided every 50mm
  • The use of post joiner (Part No. 15220 distributes load when used with Nylon foot
The shelves are available in Electro-Galvanised with oven baked clear polyester coat finishes.

The shelf length from 600mm to 1800mm in increments of 150mm.

The shelves are available in the following width:

  • Wire Grid and Solid - 300, 375, 450, 525, 600, 750, 900, 1000mm
  • Moulded (Real Tuff) - 300, 450, 525 and 600 mm
The shelves are available in the following heights:
  • Stock 1200mm, 1800mm and 2000mm
  • Post Joiner (Part No.1522) can be used to achieve any height required
Following are the options available:
  • Bridge and corner clips for clear uninterrupted access
  • Back and side ledges
  • Shelf dividers available

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