For ultimate safety it’s SafetyLock


SafetyLock racking systems – especially Drive-in – from Erect-A-Rack is regarded by users as the safest rack in Australia.

The SafetyLock engineers have set several new benchmarks for pallet racking and Raised Storage Areas.

SafetyLock racking has been tested, tests analysed and engineering data charted by specialist independent engineers.

Core components are specially designed to increase factors of safety and provide a safe working environment for operators, goods and equipment. 

Uprights are of the highest grade of steel. Beam connectors increase rigidity in proportion to the loads applied. The heaver the load, the more rigid the connection.

Load beams offer the highest safety factors in the industry.

Erect-A-Rack has more than 20 engineered base plates available for demonstration.

Ph: 03 9796 5077 

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