Freestanding Mezzanines and Multi-Level Shelving Mezzanines
Freestanding Mezzanines and Multi-Level Shelving Mezzanines are a great way to double your storage floor space. Mezzanines are great for increasing storage capacities for warehouses and manufacturing facilities (view Mezzanine images).
Structural Freestanding Mezzanines
Structural Freestanding Mezzanines are modular multi-level storage structures supported by heavy-duty posts and beams. These Freestanding Mezzanines are available with several types of floor surfaces and can be equipped with lights, sprinklers, handrails, stairways and other optional features. They work great for parts storage, office space, or a portable office. (See videos )
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Multi-Level Shelving Mezzanines and Rack Supported Mezzanines
Shelving mezzanines double stack your parts shelving to maximize your storage space. Turning your shelving into a multi-level storage structure is accomplished by installing floor grating or a solid floor material on top of or in between shelving sections. Lights and sprinklers can be added as necessary to meet code requirements.
You can also improve the safety of your multi-level storage structure by adding a mezzanine lift for transporting heavy materials. This prevents the need for employees to carry heavy loads up and down stairs or move loads by forklift, both of which present a high risk of injury. Mezzanine lifts save time and money and come in a variety of configurations according to the needs of the facility. Read more about mezzanine lifts here.
Freestanding Mezzanines and Multi-Level Shelving Mezzanines Design and Installation Services
Send us a message or call us at 1-800-803-1083 to get in touch with one of our material handling specialists. We will assist you with determining the best type of mezzanine for your application, as well as, mezzanine weight loads, code compliance, and OSHA safety regulations. Click here to learn more about mezzanines.