500kg Heavy Duty 5 Tier Shelving - £22.95 delivered @ eBay /  rtwdirectsales
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500kg Heavy Duty 5 Tier Shelving - £22.95 delivered @ eBay / rtwdirectsales

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SuperEd
Found 28th Oct
Decent unit - ideal for the Garage, Shed - that sort of thing - includes delivery!

The 5 tier racking is manufactured with a thick, galvanised Iron frame which makes it extremely robust and sturdy. The shelves are industrial strength and are able to carry an impressive 100kg UDL each. Each shelf is made from a single sheet of thick mdf, so the surface is perfectly smooth for the whole length of the bench. The shelves are also adjustable so the height can be adjusted to a multitude of different needs making this shelving all the more versatile. The racking is easy to assemble with no nuts and bolts, so all you need to do is tap the shelves into position with a rubber hammer. The racking is supplied with plastic feet caps so the floor of your warehouse or workspace will be protected. The racking can be easily assembled as three different units; shelving, bench or corner unit.


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Not a bad deal but for £2 more would recommend these as they can hold double the weight per shelf/total. I have 2 sets of these in the garage and are easy to assemble and are a good quality.
screwfix.com/p/h…17r
Edited by: "little_red_devil" 28th Oct

little_red_devil51 m ago

Not a bad deal but for £2 more would recommend these as they can hold …Not a bad deal but for £2 more would recommend these as they can hold double the weight per shelf/total. I have 2 sets of these in the garage and are easy to assemble and are a good quality.https://www.screwfix.com/p/heavy-duty-shelving-900-x-450-x-1800mm/2817r


The Screwfix ones are also substantially bigger:

OP dimensions:

  • Length: 70cm
  • Width: 30cm
  • Height: 172cm

Screwfix:

  • Length: 90cm
  • Width: 45cm
  • Height: 180cm

I was going to buy these earlier today, but shelved the idea.
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Not a bad deal but for £2 more would recommend these as they can hold double the weight per shelf/total. I have 2 sets of these in the garage and are easy to assemble and are a good quality.
screwfix.com/p/h…17r
Edited by: "little_red_devil" 28th Oct

little_red_devil1 m ago

Not a bad deal but for £2 more would recommend these as they can hold …Not a bad deal but for £2 more would recommend these as they can hold double the weight per shelf/total.https://www.screwfix.com/p/heavy-duty-shelving-900-x-450-x-1800mm/2817r


link goes nowhere?

These can be murder to set up

Phil.S.8935 m ago

These can be murder to set up

They're easy to put up in no time. I put up a couple of dozen a month ago. They aren't great but they do the job.

little_red_devil51 m ago

Not a bad deal but for £2 more would recommend these as they can hold …Not a bad deal but for £2 more would recommend these as they can hold double the weight per shelf/total. I have 2 sets of these in the garage and are easy to assemble and are a good quality.https://www.screwfix.com/p/heavy-duty-shelving-900-x-450-x-1800mm/2817r


The Screwfix ones are also substantially bigger:

OP dimensions:

  • Length: 70cm
  • Width: 30cm
  • Height: 172cm

Screwfix:

  • Length: 90cm
  • Width: 45cm
  • Height: 180cm

Funky_DealFinder1 h, 39 m ago

Works for me: …Works for me: https://www.screwfix.com/p/heavy-duty-shelving-900-x-450-x-1800mm/2817r?source=aw&awc=1228_1509214634_6f7e0ff1e3fe9800cb56da97da2df3db&utm_source=affiliatewindow&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=Communities+&+UGC&utm_content=TextLink&utm_term=47868


not when it was originally posted though it works now.

can you get these in white?

I was going to buy these earlier today, but shelved the idea.

spenspuma5 h, 1 m ago

I was going to buy these earlier today, but shelved the idea.

Don't be so shelfish

I bought these a couple of weeks ago.ebay.co.uk/itm…age Bigger, hold up to 265kg per shelf, and come with a mallet too. Depends what you're putting on them, but it's not an amazing deal imho.

These regularly drop to £17.99, I have 3 sets in the shed, not bad quality, fit together well, heat for taking the time to post

they look like the cheap ones B&Q sold. They are not very sturdy due to thin metal.
The screwfix ones for a bit more are great. they are wider & deeper.I got 4 of each & dont trust the B&Q ones with anything expensive or heavy to store on them!

391506208826 item number for eBay at 17.99, the pic says 150kg but that is per shelf

e bay item number 170779033912 is worth a look if you are thinking of buying a few I purchased these and the quality strength is good similar type on amazon when doing research these are 350kg per shelf I am pleased with them
Edited by: "laserdisc" 29th Oct

SiMccabe14 h, 28 m ago

They're easy to put up in no time. I put up a couple of dozen a month ago. …They're easy to put up in no time. I put up a couple of dozen a month ago. They aren't great but they do the job.


I put up three over the course of an evening and Saturday morning. Mine turned up with the metal side slightly bent out of shape which didn't help. If they use the same steel tabs to slot into then I found using a flat headed screwdriver to first open them slightly quicker then forcing it through with a mallet. As sometimes the tab would go through to the outside rather then back in the frame.
Edited by: "joey1352" 29th Oct

joey135217 m ago

I put up three over the course of an evening and Saturday morning. Mine …I put up three over the course of an evening and Saturday morning. Mine turned up with the metal side slightly bent out of shape which didn't help. If they use the same steel tabs to slot into then I found using a flat headed screwdriver to first open them slightly quicker then forcing it through with a mallet. As sometimes the tab would go through to the outside rather then back in the frame.

I just pushed the tabs slightly with my fingers, that was enough for me to slot them in easily and knock the bejesus out of them with the rubber mallet.

I own one similar and if I had the knowledge I have now I'd opt for one which includes central cross bars. The one I have didnt and the boards bend slightly due to the weight, none of which go anywhere near the stated maximum.

If you have the funds, get one with central supports. The one linked to on eBay seems to have these.

little_red_devil28th Oct

Not a bad deal but for £2 more would recommend these as they can hold …Not a bad deal but for £2 more would recommend these as they can hold double the weight per shelf/total. I have 2 sets of these in the garage and are easy to assemble and are a good quality.https://www.screwfix.com/p/heavy-duty-shelving-900-x-450-x-1800mm/2817r


I'd go with Screwfix over eBay anytime for the simple reason that it's much easier to return items to Screwfix.

Has anyone put a fish tank or a few on these? I have 3 110 litre tanks, so 1 litre is about 1kg would be 330 litres water alone and roughly no more then 500 kg weight in total. Would go for the more heavy duty one ofcause if I did buy.

little_red_devil28th Oct

Not a bad deal but for £2 more would recommend these as they can hold …Not a bad deal but for £2 more would recommend these as they can hold double the weight per shelf/total. I have 2 sets of these in the garage and are easy to assemble and are a good quality.https://www.screwfix.com/p/heavy-duty-shelving-900-x-450-x-1800mm/2817r


If we're playing shelving unit Top Trumps, these are £29.99 delivered and are
  • Length: 90cm
  • Width: 45cm
  • Height: 220cm
  • Max. Shelf Load: 265kg
  • Max. Total Load: 1325kg

They're also MDF shelves rather than chipboard.

Bear in mind that if you keep this anywhere slightly damp (garage, shed?)

Keep in mind if you put this anywhere slightly damp (garage, shed?), the shelves will bow under any sustained weight.
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