Steel Shelving, or Office RUT shelving, specifically consists of solid metal steel uprights (or frames), solid backs, adjustable shelves, kickplates and hardware in painted or stainless finish. Space Rescue are a supplier of both new & used Industrial Steel Shelving for sale in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide & Perth. While you will find this style of shelving in many commercial applications, you will also find in many industrial applications such as warehouses, kitchens and factories for example.

Were you looking for Storage Compactors, Pallet Racking or Longspan Shelving?

Summary of sizes

Upright (H, mm): 1875, 2175 and 2375 (custom sizes also available

Bay (L, mm): 750, 900, 1000 and 1200

Shelf (D, mm): 300, 400, 450 and 600

1. Sizes of Steel Shelving

Below is an outline of the sizes available in both new and used to suit the products stored and the particular application.

a)  Upright heights

1875mm, 2175mm and also 2375mm are available. While shorter or taller custom heights are available upon request.

b)  Bay widths (a.k.a. shelf length)

750mm, 900mm, 1000mm and also 1200mm are available.

c)  Shelf depths (a.k.a. shelf width)

300mm, 400mm, 450mm and also 600mm are available.

2. Parts Trays for Steel RUT Shelving

There are a number of sizes of Parts Trays (with Dividers) to suit the various shelf depths in RET Shelving.

As you can see in the picture below, they have a handy little back stop that assists the user to place the parts trays in a sloping position to make it easy to see and access what is inside. It also prevents the Parts Trays from falling out of the shelving.

Opposing banks of blue Parts Trays fitted within Steel Shelving.

3. Office Shelving

Three other terms used to describe this style of shelving are Office Shelving, Mantova Stainless Steel Shelving and Brownbuilt Shelving. The storage of files is the most common use in an office. The addition of dress panels makes it more attractive and suitable for both front office and showroom applications.

4. RUT Shelving

Similarly, a less common name used for metal Steel Shelving is RUT Shelving where R.U.T. refers to Rolled Upright Type (Shelving). The reference to rolled is due to the rounded front edge of the frame.

RUT Shelving is also commmonly used in both industrial and commercial applications. Another product that is also commonly found in both commercial (including retail) and industrial applications is Longspan Shelving. Whilst RUT Shelving only uses a steel shelf, Longspan Shelving has more shelf material options such as stainless steel shelves.

5. Industrial Steel Shelving

Steel Shelving is just one style within the umbrella that covers Industrial Steel Shelving.

Industrial Shelving refers to any shelving type that can be used in an industrial environment such as a warehouse, factory or an industrial unit,

Industrial Shelving includes a range of shelving types used in not only industrial and but also commercial applications.

Other types not only include Pallet Rack Shelving and Longspan Shelving but also Coolroom Shelving, Gondola Shelving, Rivet Shelving and Wire Shelving. Furthermore, the applications referred to above are warehouses, factory units, coolrooms, kitchens and factories.

You may also be interested in our Storage Compactor (also known as Mobile Shelving), Storage Cabinets, Dunnage Rack, Steel Workbench, Mezzanine Floors, Bin Rack, Brownbuilt metal steel shelving or our 2nd Hand Shelving.

7. FAQ

Are the shelves adjustable?

Yes, the intermediate shelves are adjustable both up and down as they sit on shelf clips. The top and bottom shelves are not adjustible as they are bolted in place.

Is assembly available?

Yes, we can organise to have your shelving assembled.

Are custom sizes available?

Yes, we can provide custom frame heights.

Do you carry shelving dividers?

Yes, we are able to provide Wire File Racks.

8. Availability

While Space Rescue carry stock in our capital city warehouses, delivery is available all over Australia including other areas and towns such as the Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Toowoomba, Newcastle, Canberra, Wollongong, Geelong, Ballarat, Bendigo, Albury, Wodonga and Bunbury for example.