Arm: is the heart of the rack system on which the products are stored directly on. Options: straight or inclined with some accessories available.
Arm Bracket: is the part of the arm that wraps around the upright and has holes in which the arm connects to the upright.
Cantilever Base: is the part of the upright that anchors into the floor securing the entire system.
Cantilever Bolt-On Arm Lips: are sold as an accessory to your rack system for specific applications.
Cantilever Bolt-On Pipe Sockets: are sold as an accessory to your rack system for specific applications.
Cantilever Brace: is the part of the rack that connects the two uprights together. The size of the brace system is determined by the size of the product.
Cantilever Brace Length: is determined by the number of arms needed to minimize deflection.
Cantilever Brace Pattern: provides lateral stability to the rack system. horizontal or X bracing is standard.
Cantilever Brace Sets: are the structural channel members bolted between the uprights. Typically in sets of 2 and 3.
Cantilever Rack: is a freestanding storage unit with horizontal load carrying arms extending outward from a single vertical column
Cantilever Hair Pin Keeper: connects the cantilever arm to the cantilever upright of the rack system
Cantilever Inclined Arm: have a pitch of 20 degrees or approximately 4.36” per foot.
Cantilever Length of Arm: is determined by the width of the product
Cantilever Load Deflection: is the amount that the load dips or sags while being stored on the rack system.
Cantilever Roof Supports: can create a covered storage system for your cantilever racking.
Cantilever Straight Arm: are up to 48” Long and have a minimum pitch of 3/8” per foot to compensate for deflection.
Cantilever Steel Decks: are ideal for the storage of short lengths of material, dies, castings, and other items that require an uninterrupted length of heavy-duty decking.
Upright: This is the vertical column of the rack that is secured into the base of the rack system. The cantilever arms connect to this component typically with some type of pin or bolt system.
If you are interested in learning more about cantilever racking make sure to visit our cantilever rack page or call 800-722-5908.