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Steel Shelving with Triple Bend Technology from A Plus Warehouse Offers More Support and Extra Capacity

January 26, 2010  |  Comments

With the innovative triple bend technology used in the heavy-duty, industrial box steel shelving from A Plus Warehouse, a leading business-to-business distributor of quality industrial equipment, lockers, work benches and cabinets, customers receive 18 gauge steel shelving capacity with a 20 or 22 gauge shelf, thereby benefiting from more support with extra capacity.

“How does the triple bend technology work? Basically, we take a standard steel shelf, bend it 90 degrees three times, weld it back to the shelf and bend another time. The box actually has beams made out of the steel shelving itself to provide more support – but with more capacity,” said Ed Stairman, president of A Plus Warehouse. 

“Saving steel, in the age of steel commodity inflation keeps cost low. And although more work is required to make box steel shelving, there isn’t any extra material labor cost. Most of our manufacturing is now done by industrial robot, so a few bends and a weld is just a few lines of machine code – no major difference in depreciation.”

Medium-duty box steel shelves from A Plus Warehouse hold up to 550 pounds per shelf and heavy-duty box steel shelves hold up to 850 pounds per shelf. With the economical price (as low as $103.97), high capacity, extra support and multiple applications of box steel shelving, nearly anyone can benefit from this triple bend technology.

“A wide variety of customers use our box shelves, including offices, warehouses, stores or any other company where heavy-duty storage is needed,” said Stairman.

To learn more about steel shelving, lockers, work benches or cabinets from A Plus Warehouse, call 800-209-8798 or visit

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