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Boltless Shelving or backroom shelving is frequently used in retail for storage rooms and mezzanine applications. Boltless Shelving keeps the back/storage room neat and organized while maximizing space.
Why Boltless Shelving over other shelving applications?
Made of 14-gauge steel, Boltless Shelving is strong and sturdy. If you are looking for a long-term storage solution that survives years of wear and tear, Boltless Shelving is a good choice. Boltless Shelving is, just like it sounds, made with a boltless construction and assembles in minutes. Besides a
rubber mallet, the assembly is essentially free of tools and hardware. Fully adjustable and sold in a variety of sizes, Boltless Shelving is made to fit a wide range of spaces.
What are the components in boltless shelving?

Boltless Shelving consists of two different types of posts: the
heavy duty Angle Post and the Tee Post. The Angle Post is used for standard shelving applications and where strength and durability is a requirement. The Tee Post is primarily used for add-on units (connecting multiple shelving units) and gives you the option of arranging economical rows of shelving.
Beams consist of a
Double-Rivet and a Single-Rivet version. Unlike the posts, the Beams run horizontally and keep the shelving unit in place. They also serve as shelf support. The Double-Rivet Beam is required at the top and the bottom of the shelving unit, but it’s also used as a high-capacity shelf support. The Double-Rivet Beam holds up to 1,250 lbs. The Single-Rivet Beams are used as shelf support and hold up to 250 lbs.
How can I add additional support?
For added support and stability, we recommend connecting the fronts and backs of the Double-Rivet Beams together with
Tie support. To supply additional support, select Tie Plates that connect the posts together and Foot Plates to secure the posts to the floor.
Learn more
Call us at 800.547.7005 to learn more about Boltless Shelving or
visit one or our showrooms in Portland, Oregon, Seattle, Washington or Hayward (Bay Area), CA.