Rack support mezzanine floors

Ideal for businesses that need a cost effective way of creating a raised storage area for hand-loaded goods that are not heavy in nature. Slow moving stock can be stored on upper levels leaving the ground floor for last moving stock items. Also, it suites growing businesses that may need to dismantle and relocate the storage area in the future

Staircases, hand railing, catwalks, pallet gates, wooden floor panels, steel floor panels, goods chutes, Offices and conveyors can also be included in the construction of these rack supported mezzanine Systems.

Benefits:
  • Utilize existing overhead space
  • Can combine pallet storage and small goods storage
  • Auxiliary facilities can be equipped for mezzanine racking: elevator, conveying belt and etc.

Structural mezzanine floors

Structural Mezzanine Floors leave a large open area below for maximum working space. This can be utilised for various different uses i.e. office area, packing area, storage area or receiving or dispatch area. With very little support beams taking up space, the area is open and can be used very productively. Structural Mezzanine floors are made u of structural steel. Both provide the warehouse floor space as well as needed space right above the existing warehouse floor, doubling your foot print.

Benefits:
  • Mezzanine Floors enable the full working height of a building to be utilized to it’s maximum by doubling the surface area.
  • Storelab’s Mezzanine floors are custom designed and manufactured to suit all customers’ specific requirements.
  • Mezzanine Floors can be used as storage areas, fabrication areas, packing areas and offices among an array of other uses.
  • Installing a Mezzanine floor is the most cost effective way of optimizing your existing space, because all your fixed costs are already covered.
  • Mezzanine floors have paid for themselves in less than 24 months by doubling storage while rental stays the same.
  • Mezzanine floors are easy to install and can be designed to handle a variety of loads.

Stairs, landings and handrails