• Heavy-Duty Bundle Rack – Long

    Heavy-Duty Bundle Rack – Long

    • Rails designed with slots to hold 2 x 4’s which protect the slab edges and the finish on the rails (2 x 4s not included)
    • Complete with 11" connector tube for butting rails together in a straight line for desired length
    • Rails built with 2.5" square holes spaced 5" apart. A steal plate with identical holes is welded and boxed inside the rail, 1" up from the bottom
    • 2.5" square tube posts and 2.5" square rubber post caps to separate bundles and slab
    • Must have a 12” overhang on each side
    • Heavy-duty powder coated finish
    • NOTE: When assembled the overall height of the posts are 5.5” less then listed (EXAMPLE: 72” post will be 66.5” above the top of the rail)
  • Heavy Duty Fabrication Table – MobileHeavy Duty Fabrication Table – Mobile

    Heavy Duty Fabrication Table – Mobile

    • CAPACITY: 600 lbs.
    • Heavy-duty powder coated finish
    • Made of .16 mm 6GA steel gauge
    • Riveted rubber is mounted on the top of the table to protect material
    • Complete with (4) 5" swivel casters and (4) operated foot-locks that are adjustable up to 1” to level uneven floor
  • Foldable A-Frame – FAF-60Foldable A-Frame – FAF-60

    Foldable A-Frame – FAF-60

    • Heavy duty powder coated finish.
    • Ships knocked down for lower freight cost.
    • Ledge Length 20.5"
    • 6" spread on top of A.
  • 9,000 Lb. Capacity Bundle Rack
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    9,000 Lb. Capacity Bundle Rack

    • Patent # 7143901
    • Heavy duty powder coated outside rails are designed with slots to hold 2 x 4
    • 2 x 4
    • Outside rails have 2.5" square holes spaced 5" apart on the top. A steel plate with identical holes is welded and boxed inside the rails, 1" up from the bottom.
    • 2.5" square tube posts with 2.5" square rubber post caps are used to prevent scratches.
    • Rails shipped with 11" connector tube for butting rails together in a straight line.
    • Note: When assembled the overall usable height of the post is 5.5" less than listed.Example: A 72" post will be 66.5" above the top of the outside rail.
  • Bundle Rack – 6,000 lbs.Bundle Rack – 6,000 lbs.
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    Bundle Rack – 6,000 lbs.

    • CAPACITY: 6,000 lbs. per opening (3,000 lbs. per post evenly distributed)
    • Rails designed with slots to hold 2 x 4’s which protect the slab edges and the finish on the rails (2 x 4’s not included)
    • Complete with 11” connector tube for butting rails together in a straight line for desired length
    • Rails built with 2” square holes spaced 4” apart (10 holes). A steal plate with identical holes is welded and boxed inside the rail, 1” up from the bottom
    • 2” square tube posts and 2” square rubber post caps to separate bundles and slabs
    • Heavy-duty powder coated finish for storing small fabricated parts and cut-offs , standard size slabs and oversized size slabs
    • Post options available for
  • Stacking Rack – SR-1Stacking Rack – SR-1

    Stacking Rack – SR-1

    • Designed to be Stacked Three High with a Stationary Bottom. Wheels can only be used when not stacked. Maximum capacity is 3,000 lbs. total. One rack can hold 3,000 lbs. If stacked three high, each rack can only hold 1,000 lbs.
    • Will roll through a 30” wide door opening.
    • Removable front legs for easy hand loading and unloading.
    • Hold down bars to secure the material to the box and prevent damage in transport.
    • Cable hooks for crane handling.
    • Optional 5” diameter Casters, two rigid and two swivel.
    • 24” load height, with a 20.5" Ledge depth
  • Backsplash Package 1 – BSBPKG-1

    Backsplash Package 1 – BSBPKG-1

    • One row with four levels of back splash storage. Three posts on each rail provide two 12" wide sections between the posts for stone storage.
    • Parts included in the package: 2 BR-5, 8 BSB-23, 8 SP-60.
    • Patent # 7143901
    • Heavy duty powder coated outside rails are designed with slots to hold 2 x 4
    • Outside rails have 2" square holes spaced 4" apart on the top. A steel plate with identical holes is welded and boxed inside the rails, 1" up from the bottom.
    • Note: When assembled the overall usable height of the post is 5.5" less than listed.Example: A 60" post will be 54.5" above the top of the outside rail.
    • Rails shipped with 11" connector tube for butting rails together in a straight line.