Loose fitting on top of supports
These versions of the MEISER shelf grating can be easily locked in place on the cross-members of the shelf structure. To this purpose, the T-shaped section surround, which is extended downwards, is provided with notches that are specifically adapted to the width of the cross-member. The notches are punched up to the height of the bearing bars, so that the bearing bars are located flush on the cross-member and help to improve the statics. Further specific adjustments can be carried out, which are described below.
Shelf grating with notched T-shaped section banding bars
This is the standard design, which can be manufactured at low cost and which is suitable for various shelves of the same depth, but with different cross-members.
Shelf grating, bearing bar with raised edge surround
This grating has a raised edge surround, albeit only at the ends of the bearing bars. The locking function is therefore less pronounced, but the possible applications are somewhat more flexible, as it is not necessary to use a specific cross-member width.
Shelf grating, notched with push-through protection
Push-through protection is an important safety element in shelf systems. If this has to be installed separately, it is associated with considerable costs. MEISER has a shelf grating with integrated push-through protection in its range. The rear is edged with a reinforced flat bars, the height of which can be freely selected.