Floor Track Shelving

Metro qwikTRAK® floor track shelving increases storage capacity by up to 50%. Mobile units manage heavy loads and glide easily along the guide track.

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qwikTRAK floor track system

• Smooth function: Mobile shelving units glide easily along aluminum and stainless steel floor tracks. 
• Floor tracks compensate for rough or choppy floor surfaces.
• Strong and Ergonomic: Units can store and move heavy loads with ease. Mobile aisle units have maximum unit capacities of 1200 – 2000lbs. (544-907kg) evenly distributed depending on the shelving selected.
• Protects floors: Floor tracks protect floors from wear and tear and do not require mounting to the floor.
• Versatile: Compatible with wire shelving (Super Erecta, Super Adjustable Super Erecta) and plastic shelving (MetroMax i, MetroMax Q, Super Erecta Pro).
• qwikTRAK has finishes that cover a range of dry and wet/damp environments.
• Double-Deep configurations can be created where two systems are joined together to increase the overall depth of the storage system for greater storage capacity.
Accessories
qwikTRAK Stop Plate Kit: Eliminates the need for a stationary end unit. The kit contains two “L-shaped” stop plates that mount to the ends off the floor tracks. To prevent the mobile units from bumping into the wall. Stainless Steel material.

 

Traditional storage uses up to 20' (6m) of space.

Track shelving puts psace to work more efficiently.

The secret is the "Active Aisle" which enables more storage to fit within limited floor space.

 

Accessories

Accessories
qwikTRAK Stop Plate Kit: Eliminates the need for a stationary end unit. The kit contains two “L-shaped” stop plates that mount to the ends off the floor tracks. To prevent the mobile units from bumping into the wall. Stainless Steel material.

 

Active Aisle Example

Traditional storage uses up to 20' (6m) of space.

Track shelving puts psace to work more efficiently.

The secret is the "Active Aisle" which enables more storage to fit within limited floor space.

 

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