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30ft shipping container shelving kit 1, 1-side

  • Shelving and racking bays
  • Heavy duty, quality build
  • Wide range of size options
  • Each shelf can take 600kg UDL
  • Ideal for bulk storage
  • Easy assembly
  • Adjustable shelves
  • Protective feet
  • Choice of colours and shelving
Price from: £624.00 +VAT

How to order

To order or enquire about this product please contact us quoting reference 6099

Product Description

Shelving kit to fill one side of a 30ft shipping container

Our shelving kits have been designed to make the most of the internal storage space within your shipping container whilst allowing you enough free space within the container to easily access your stored items. Kit 1 simply fits down one long side of the container. Kit 2 fits down both long sides of the container and kit 3 runs down both long sides and across the front-end (the end opposite the cargo doors) of the container.

We offer 3 shelving capacity options to suit your requirements and budget; these are:

Heavy-duty racking – up to 720kgs maximum capacity per shelf*

Medium-duty racking – up to 340kgs maximum capacity per shelf*

Standard-duty racking – up to 265kgs maximum capacity per shelf*

*please click on the technical tabs, above, for additional information about each range of racking.

As standard, we supply our racking kits with a blue/orange finish and chipboard shelves. Our heavy-duty racking comes with 4 shelves as standard, with our medium and standard duty shelving coming with 5 shelves per bay as standard. On all our kits, the upper and lower shelf must be placed at the bottom and top of the racking to ensure stability.

All products are delivered unassembled.

Our racking is easily assembled (2 people required) using just a heavy-duty rubber mallet. There are no nuts and bolts.

Our easy to follow instructions are included and each bay will take 2 people about 40 minutes to build. See our online instruction manual for building our shelving kits.

Our range of shipping container racking is ideal for making the maximum use of the space within your shipping container. The easy assembly design of this shelving means you’re not wasting time fiddling around with nuts and bolts. If you’d like to see more about how these shelving kits are built, please feel free to check out our online instruction guide on building our container shelving kits.

We also have this short video showing our standard racking units and how to build them:

The ‘price from’ shown above is for the standard-duty racking.

Our racking kits are designed for standard ISO containers. If you have any other size of unit, please let us know and we’ll design a kit suitable for your container. Please note – Whilst standard ISO shipping containers must adhere to the ISO specification externally, internal dimensions can vary slightly. It’s vitally important that you advise us if your container is not an original ISO Shipping Container i.e. it may be an anti-vandal store or a container that’s been produced by cutting down a larger container.

Shelves have a pitch adjustability of 38.1mm (40mm on standard-duty shelving) allowing you to space your shelves as required. Shelf 4 (or 5 depending on the grade of racking purchased) is always placed at the top of the uprights to ensure stability with the lowest shelf placed 4 – 6 notches up from the floor. If you require additional shelves, please make this clear on your enquiry as we can add in additional shelves for a very small extra cost. We also include tie plates with our kits to help secure each bay to its neighbour for added stability.

For darker areas and to illuminate shelves why not consider our motion sensing lighting.

Whilst we do accept returns, you must re-pack all the materials supplied back on to the original pallet and securely wrap it. You will be charged for the initial delivery.

Racking options:

Heavy-duty racking – ideal for most industrial uses.

Medium-duty racking – ideal for light commercial and domestic storage.

Standard-duty racking – ideal for domestic and light workshop/office storage.

Shelving Options:

Chipboard as standard

White Melamine – add 15% to the costs quoted (not available on the standard-duty range)

Galvanized Panels – add 55% to the costs quoted (not available on the standard-duty range)

Safety:

Always load the heaviest items on the lower shelves to avoid making the bays top-heavy.

Delivery:

All prices include delivery to England, Scotland (excluding the Highlands and Islands) and Wales. When in stock, orders placed and paid for prior to midday are quite often shipped that day on a 2-business day delivery service. When placing orders that are under £300.00 delivery will be charged.

TÜV and FEM tested:

Our shelving is tested to FEM standards (heavy and medium-duty shelving) and TÜV standards for our standard-duty shelving.

Testing Organisations:

FEM – European Materials Handing Federation – This organisation represents the interests of racking manufacturers. The organisation has a number of aims including the development of standards, quality, technical advice and research into racking and shelving.

TÜV – Is short for Technischer Überwachungsverein or Technical Inspection Association. The organisation carries out independent safety testing of a range of products enabling manufacturers to meet safety standards.

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Dimensions per bay:

Kit 1 has 4-bays of shelving that measure 1980h x 1830w x 455d (mm) per bay plus 1-bay that measures 1980h x 1220w x 455d (mm). With the option to purchase 1 additional bay at the front-end.

Kit 1 costs £1,099.00. Additional 1830 x 455mm shelves cost £51.00 each.

If you want an additional rack at the front end (opposite end to the cargo doors) of the container, to create an ‘L’ shape, please add £199.00 to the above. This rack measures 1980h x 1220w x 455d (mm). Additional 1220 x 455mm shelves cost £43.00 each.

Capacity per bay:

1980h x 1830w x 455d (mm) – 610kgs UDL per shelf

1980h x 1220w x 455d (mm) – 590kgs UDL per shelf

Total racking length for 4-bays of 1830mm and 1-bay of 1120mm wide shelving is 8540mm leaving around 300mm of space at the cargo door end. The non-door end rack is 1220mm wide to fit in a gap of 1895mm (assuming you place the start of the side racks against the non-door end panel) leaving around 675mm of free wall space.

If you already have a 30ft container you must measure the internal length to ensure the racking suggested will fit. If it won’t please let us know the internal measurement of your container so we can offer a suitable alternative.

The images below contain measurements of the shelving (width and depth) including the overall width of the racking, which is wider than the actual shelf, along with the clear entry space – the space available between the up-rights.

This product has been tested to FEM standards – a comprehensive load testing process on bays and runs of bays. Including horizontal forces to replicate heavy industrial use.

Common usage for our heavy-duty range are industrial applications whereby you have an obligation to ensure the safety of staff. Ideal for use in warehouses and archive storage.

Please note – Whilst standard ISO shipping containers must adhere to the ISO specification externally, internal dimensions can vary slightly.

Dimensions per bay:

Kit 1 has 5-bays of shelving that measure 1980h x 1525w x 455d (mm) per bay, and 1 additional bay of 1980h x 915w x 455d (mm).

With the option to purchase 1 additional bay at the front end should you wish.

Kit 1 costs £810.00. Additional 1525 x 455mm shelves cost £32.00 each.

If you want an additional rack at the front end (opposite end to the cargo doors) of the container, to create an ‘L’ shape, please add £130.00 to the above. This rack measures 1980h x 1220w x 455d (mm). Additional 1220 x 455mm shelves cost £25.00 each.

Capacity per bay:

1980h x 1525w x 455d (mm) – 120kgs UDL per shelf

1980h x 915w x 455d (mm) – 340kgs UDL per shelf

Total racking length for 5-bays of 1525mm and 1-bay of 915mm wide shelving is 8540mm leaving around 300mm of space at the cargo door end. The non-door end rack is 1220mm wide to fit in a gap of 1895mm (assuming you place the start of the side racks against the non-door end panel) leaving around 675mm of free wall space.

The images below contain measurements of the shelving (width and depth) including the overall width of the racking, which is wider than the actual shelf, along with the clear entry space – the space available between the up-rights.

This product has been tested to FEM standards – a comprehensive load testing process on bays and runs of bays. Including horizontal forces to replicate heavy industrial use.

Common usage for our medium-duty range is industrial applications whereby you have an obligation to ensure the safety of staff. Ideal for use in stockrooms and warehouses.

Please note – Whilst standard ISO shipping containers must adhere to the ISO specification externally, internal dimensions can vary slightly.

Dimensions per bay:

Kits 1 has 5-bays of shelving that measure 1800h x 1500w x 450d (mm) per bay. Plus 1 additional bay of 1800h x 1200w x 450d (mm).

Kit 1 costs £624.00. Additional 1500 x 450mm shelves cost £97.00 per pack of 5. Additional 1200 x 450mm shelves cost £67.00 per pack of 5.

If you want an additional rack at the front end (opposite end to the cargo doors) of the container, to create an ‘L’ shape, please add £79.00 to the above. This rack measures 1800h x 1200w x 450d (mm). Additional 1200 x 450mm shelves cost £67.00 per pack of 5.

Capacity per bay:

1800h x 1500w x 450d (mm) – 265kg UDL per shelf

1800h x 1200w x 450d (mm). – 265kg UDL per shelf

Our standard-duty shelving is supplied with 5mm thick fibreboard shelves.

Uprights are 1mm thick steel.

Shelf pitch – 40mm

Total racking length for 5-bays of 1500mm wide shelving is 7500mm leaving around 1340mm of space at the cargo door end. We then add 1-bay of 1200mm wide to the end of the long side racking. This will leave about 140mm of clear space at the cargo door end of the racking. The non-door end rack is 1200mm wide to fit in a gap of 1900mm (assuming you place the start of the side racks against the non-door end panel) leaving around 700mm of free wall space.

This product has been tested to TÜV standards – a thorough load test on single bays of shelving that establishes safe working loads by overloading shelf levels and analysing shelf deflection and failure.
Common usage for our standard-duty range is domestic or light duty storage applications in workshops and offices.

Please note – Whilst standard ISO shipping containers must adhere to the ISO specification externally, internal dimensions can vary slightly.