Rakks/Rangine Corporation -PL Wall Storage Pole

PL Wall Storage Pole

Category: bookshelves | library shelving | retail shelving...

MasterFormat: Storage Assemblies | Shelf Brackets and Hardware* | Metal Storage Shelving...

Rakks/Rangine Corporation
330 Reservoir Street
Needham, MA 02494
Tel: (800) 826-6006
Fax: (781) 455-8702



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PL Wall Storage Pole

PL Wall Storage Pole

Used for creating wall units with shelves and/or cabinets in conjunction with a supporting wall. Poles with spring loaded hardware install under compression between the floor and ceiling, or they can be tied back to the wall. Front channels accept shelf brackets; side channels accept 1/4-20 screws to mount cabinets.

Support Poles Features

Rakks support poles are made of extruded aluminum with channels designed to incorporate Rakks Shelf Support Brackets. Poles are available in 5 profiles to meet a wide range of storage and shelving applications. The infinite adjustability of shelf brackets eliminates the need to level or shim poles. Anodized aluminum finishes provide a clean and chemically resistant finish.

Support Pole Mounting Configurations

A. Spring compression with supporting wall (floor to ceiling) PL poles only.
Note: loads must be rear facing against wall.
B. Threaded compression with or without supporting wall (floor to ceiling).
Note: loads must be balanced or mount must be fastened at ceiling.
C. Tied back to a supporting wall with tie-bracket.
Note: length of tie-bracket must equal shelf depth.
D. Integrated into counter or laboratory casework.
Note: maximum recommended shelf height is 42” above counter.
E. Secured by anchor brackets and screws (floor to ceiling).
F. L-Bracket tied to a supporting wall with mitered tie-pole and anchor brackets.
G. Rakks brackets tied back to a supporting wall with mitered tie-pole and anchor brackets.

Rakks Support Pole Components

Rakks Support Pole Components expand and enhance the configuration options of our pole-supported system. Using anchor brackets, spline connectors, and channel nuts, poles can be joined or supported in an infinite variety of combinations. Custom structures and displays can be easily created using readily available components.

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