Compactor Shelves, Racks, & Cabinets
Compactor shelving on tracks are high capacity compacting shelves, racks, and cabinets that instantly make your storage area more efficient and productive with its unique design. The compactor shelving, instead of needing multiple access aisles at all times, uses one or two moving aisles that can be easily accessed at any time. This allows shelving that is not in use to be compacted together, which drastically reduces your storage footprint without you having to alter your existing facility construction at all. Click here to watch a video about how compactor shelving on tracks can reduce your storage area by up to 75%.
How does the compactor shelving on tracks work? The compacting shelves, racks, and cabinets have three modes of operation: manual, hand crank, and automatic. Manual operation is best suited for small storage applications. Hand crank systems are constructed with ergonomically-designed handles that the user can easily turn to move an aisle. When you have a large storage application or when safety and security is of the utmost importance, automatic push-button compactor shelving is the way to go. The automatic shelving offers one-touch operation, multiple security features, fire protection, user safety, and countless other optional features to integrate with your storage needs. Click here to watch a video about the differences between automatic and hand crank compactor shelving on tracks.
One of the best things about compactor shelving is that it can store almost anything from office files, heavy-duty industrial equipment, automotive parts and engines, electronics, large and small tools, boxes, sports gear, evidence, weapons, and much more. You can even mount your existing shelves, racks, or cabinets on the mobile carriages to save even more on costs.
Contact Us for Compactor Shelving on Tracks
Southwest Solutions Group® provides design and installation services for compactor shelving on tracks and high capacity compacting shelves, racks, and cabinets. We will also provide you with a free consultation to determine your exact needs and specifications before the design process begins. To learn more or to speak with a specialist, call us at 1-800-803-1083 or send us a message today.