2 bays of 5 Tier Heavy Duty Galvanised Steel Racking £40 (free del) @clearance_centre_123/eBay
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2 bays of 5 Tier Heavy Duty Galvanised Steel Racking £40 (free del) @clearance_centre_123/eBay

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Found 30th Jul 2017
Great offer for two bays of 180cm height x 90cm width x 45cm depth (brilliant as most cheaper shelving is only 30cm deep)

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Heavy Duty Steel with Powder coated finish in Galvanised
Superstrong 4mm MDF Boards (Not Chipboard)
175kgs Per Shelf ( TUV Tested and Rated)
Item just snaps together( no bolts required) just use a rubber mallet

VAT invoices available on request

Now with Free Bay Connectors (Connects Bays together)

Whats Included?
2 x Bays of Racking in Galvanised
2 x Bay Connectors

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Tempted by this as I need some for my shed, been looking at

tufferman.co.uk/pro…tml

Just want some good quality steel shelving but not too expensive. I've seen where the metal can be twisted and I really want something better than that.

Anyone know the different between the 265kg and the 175kg, is it just the wood?
Edited by: "heedrick" 30th Jul 2017
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heedrick

..https://www.tufferman.co.uk/product-3-storalex-value-shelving-bays-1800h-900w-450d.html..Anyone know the different between the 265kg and the 175kg, is it just the wood?



That link states that the 265kg model has thicker steel. You get what you pay for with this sort of thing, personally I won't put more than 75kg-ish on a shelf and not on all of the shelves so these will be fine. Having two or more together will help the strength too.

If you try and put 200kg on each shelf then I imagine it might buckle at some point but all depends on what you want to store
Not bad these, built about 20 up in work and bought 6 for myself, worth having everything you want stored organised for size - then you can build to suit.... Saves a lot of time reworking the ****....
Thanks, good buy. Like the fact the shelves are 45cm rather than the normal 30cm
Would like something like this for the shed
Having very recently bought some racking, I have to say this is a frustratingly good price.
Good deal, but personally, I hate many of the snap together designs. I would have to have a closer look before buying. The last snap fit version I bought went back for a refund 6 hours later.
Its a good price but I am not keen on this snap together stuff, as I have it.
I prefer nuts and bolts and if after putting this i up it looks wobbly I would add some nuts and bolts.
Looks the same as the bigdug stuff I bought recently.
They're pretty solid once together with something on them. The mdf would give way long before the snap together bits.
So is the width for this 90cm total or 180cm total?
I bought something similar on ebay and it went straight back.
They need to call it racking and not heavy duty racking.
The chipboard that came with mine (4 pieces) were lighter than a single piece of chiipboard used in my other heavy duty racks.
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"heavy duty" and "steel" are terms used vaguely with products like that.
i was surprised several times by flimsy tape like "steel" and 250kg shelves which bent and collapsed under 100kg weight...
good luck with cheap "heavy duty" and be careful what you load it with!
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JJBDude1 h, 56 m ago

So is the width for this 90cm total or 180cm total?


180cm total
Would these be easy to cut down in height? One of our sheds has a fairly low ceiling but fancy the look of these.
Oos. Saw this
ebay.co.uk/itm…418
and I think its a nice rack
Edited by: "GaryDIY" 30th Jul 2017
Does anyone with any experience of these know if you can build them with the bottom two shelves high enough to get a bike wheel under (at a right angle) as I'd need to get the shelves to fit in a space partially filled with bikes. It would mean the shelves were virtually on stilts for about 18 to 20 inches.
jonneyt7 h, 2 m ago

Having very recently bought some racking, I have to say this is a …Having very recently bought some racking, I have to say this is a frustratingly good price.

Haha, usually happens to me
Tempting
Ordered
Many thanks!
OOS now!
oos
Bought and put up last night. It is thin steel but so long as you don't do anything daft like try and drag it somewhere under load, it's fine. If you are thinking"it's just about able to deal with the load I have" then get something else.
I know it's oos but commenting for if it comes back in.
Edited by: "DrDoolittle" 2nd Aug 2017
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