Among the many different types of shelves, heavy-duty shelves are a very heavy-loading type that is often used to store the heavier goods. But this does not mean that companies can use this type of shelf to store goods of various weights, regardless of the shelf damage due to goods gravity. Because all the shelf equipment have limit load-bearing, you need to prevent overload when using.
How to prevent overload when using heavy shelves?
First of all, we need to figure out the specific load-bearing capacity of the shelf we purchased. This rated load-bearing capacity is the maximum gravity that the shelf can withstand. When actually using the shelf, pay attention to the weight of the stored goods first, and calculate the actual inventory of the goods by calculating the overall weight of the goods. When the storage capacity reaches the maximum load-bearing value of the shelf, then the value is For the most extreme restrictions. By reasonably controlling the amount of storage, the total weight of the goods on the shelf does not exceed the maximum load-bearing value of the shelf.
Usually, most of our clients will stick the MAX LOADING LABELS to help notice the loading limit.
As long as we pay attention to the above mentioned things when using heavy-duty shelves, we will be able to prevent the shelves from being overloaded. Otherwise, once the shelf is overloaded, it will easily lead to structural damage, deformation, dumping and other undesirable phenomena, which will bring safety problems.