Wire Mesh Decking
Easyshelf Wire Mesh Decking
Easyshelf are a low weight, high-strength wire mesh decking system
suitable for storing pallatised goods or single units safely. Constructed from fusion welded steel in various configurations, the Easyshelf as standard is 85% permeable, therefore reducing the gathering of dust, whilst at the same time allowing light and water from sprinklers to penetrate lower levels. Designed with a 38mm waterfall front and rear the Easyshelf is secured safely into place with no additional fixings for rapid and straightforward installations.
- Increases lighting and access
- Cleaner, dust unable to build up
- Preferred by Insurance companies
- Fully supported, does not bow
- Easy to install: No fixing required
- Strong, durable & maintenance free
- Fits all makes of racking
For custom sizes or large quantities - please contact us
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