Why Choose Lyon Steel Shelving

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Lyon offers one of the widest and finest steel shelving line available on the market today. They offer a wide selection with a lot of options at a fair price. In addition to that it is made in the U.S.A.

The 8000 Series shelving is quality through and through. Below are specifications listing what is available. So, the next time you need quality shelving at a fair price go to Lyon-Shelving.com or phone Material Flow at (800)338-1382

Materials – Roll-formed “T” uprights – hot-rolled steel of gauges specified. Shelf
clips – hot-rolled steel of gauges specified. Other sheet steel – cold-rolled and hotrolled
and of gauges specified.


UPRIGHTS

“T” Uprights – all posts punched on 11⁄2″ centers with pairs of parallel slots 11⁄16″
long, with one slot keyhole-shaped for bolting cross braces and accessories to
uprights.

Open Uprights – consist of two 16-gauge, hot-rolled, formed steel “T’s” 11⁄2″ x 21⁄8″
x 1⁄8″ with one pair of 1″ x 12-gauge band cross braces on uprights less than 120″
high. Uprights 120″ and higher – two or more pairs of 1″ x 12-gauge band cross
braces as required.

Closed Uprights – two 16-gauge, hot-rolled, formed steel “T’s” 11⁄2″ x 21⁄8″ x 1⁄8″with
24-gauge side sheet spot-welded on 6″ centers to the 1⁄2″ extension of the “T.”

Beaded Post Uprights – all posts shall be punched on 11⁄2″ centers with pairs of
parallel slots 11⁄16″ long with one slot keyhole-shaped for bolting cross braces and
other accessories to uprights. NOTE: Due to loading limitations, beaded post shelving
is designed for single-tier (non-mezzanine) use only.

Open Uprights shall consist of one front 16-gauge, cold-rolled, formed steel beaded
post 3⁄4″ x 221⁄32″ x 1⁄8″ and one rear 16-gauge, hot-rolled, formed steel tee 11⁄2″ x 21⁄8″ x
1⁄8″ and one pair of 1″ x 12-gauge band cross braces on uprights less than 120″
high. Uprights 120″ and higher shall have two or more pairs of 1′ x 12-gauge band
cross braces as required.

Closed uprights shall consist of one front 16-gauge, cold-rolled, formed steel
beaded post 3⁄4″ x 221⁄32″ x 1⁄8″ and one rear 16-gauge, hot-rolled, formed steel tee 11⁄2″
x 21⁄8″ x 1⁄8″ and shall have a 24-gauge side sheet spot-welded on 6″ centers on the
1⁄2″ extensions of the beaded post and the tee.

Offset Angle Uprights – all uprights shall be punched on 11⁄2″ centers with pairs
of parallel slots 13⁄16″ long with one slot to have an 11⁄32″ diameter hole in center for the
attachment of cross braces, bolting shelving and other accessories. The end of
each slot is embossed to ensure perfect clip fit-up.

Open uprights consist of two 13-gauge, hot-rolled, formed steel “offset angles” 1″”x
23⁄8″with one pair of 1″ x 12-gauge band cross braces on uprights less than 96″
high. Uprights 96″ and higher shall have two or more pairs of 1″ x 12-gauge band
cross braces as required.

Closed uprights consist of two 13-gauge, hot-rolled, formed steel “offset angles” 1″
x 23⁄8″ with 24-gauge side sheet. Side sheets are punched with holes for bolting to
uprights.

“Box Post” Uprights – all posts shall be punched on 11⁄2″ centers to accept either
clip attachment or bolt attachment. Each upright shall consist of two 14-gauge, hotrolled,
formed steel “box posts” 13⁄4″ x 1 13⁄16″ with two 411⁄16″ x 12-gauge ladder
braces on uprights of 96″ or less. 120″ and 144″ uprights require three ladder
braces.

Shelf Clips – 12 gauge, hot-rolled, one-piece construction. Four shelf clips used
with each shelf.
NOTE: “Box post” uprights require the use of the 65160 integration clip.

SHELVES

Medium Duty (M) Industrial Shelves – 22-gauge with front and rear “Box W”
formation. The front and rear “Box W” formation is not less than 111⁄64″ x 27⁄32″ x 11⁄8″
with a 9⁄16″ return flange spot-welded to bottom surface of the shelf. The 27⁄32″ portion
of the “Box W” formation shall have a 10-degree bend in the center for additional
strength and rigidity. The front and rear flanges of the shelf shall be punched to
accept bin fronts, label holders and other accessories. Ends are to be flanged not
less than 111⁄64″ with a 90-degree return flange of not less than 5⁄8″. All corners
lapped and welded. All shelves punched on 3″ centers for divider attachment. The
front and rear flanges of the shelf are to be embossed with “22 GA.” Shelves also
punched at 4 corners for bolting to uprights.

Traditional Industrial Shelves – 18-gauge with front and rear flanged down not
less than 111⁄64″ with return flange of not less than 3⁄8″ at approximately 10 degrees,
and punched to accommodate label holder and accessories. Ends are to be flanged
not less than 111⁄64″ with a 90-degree return flange of not less than 5⁄8″. All corners
lapped and welded. All shelves punched on 3′ centers for divider adjustment. The
front and rear flanges are to be embossed with “18 GA.” Must request punching for
bolting to uprights for 12″, 18″, 24″ and 36″.

Heavy Duty (H) Industrial Shelves – 20-gauge with front and rear “Box W”
formation. The front and rear “Box W” formation is not less than 111⁄64″ x 27⁄32″ x 11⁄8″
with a 9⁄16″ return flange, spot-welded to the bottom portion of the shelf. The 27⁄32″
portion of the “Box W” formation shall have a 10-degree bend in the center for
additional strength and rigidity. The front and rear flanges of the shelf shall be
punched to accept bin fronts, label holders and other accessories. Ends are to be
flanged not less than 111⁄64″ with a 90-degree return flange of not less than 5⁄8″. All
corners lapped and welded. All shelves punched on 3″ centers for divider attachment.
The front and rear flanges of the shelf are to be embossed with “20 GA.”
Extra Heavy Duty (X) Industrial Shelves – 18-gauge with front and rear “Box
W” formation. The front and rear “Box W” formation is not less than 111⁄64″ x 27⁄32″ x
11⁄8″ with a 9⁄16″ return flange spot-welded to the bottom portion of the shelf. The 27⁄32″
portion of the “Box W” formation shall have a 10-degree bend in the center for
additional strength and rigidity. The front and rear flanges of the shelf shall be
punched to accept bin fronts, label holders and other accessories. Ends are to be
flanged not less than 111⁄64″ with a 90-degree return flange of not less than 5⁄8″. All
corners lapped and welded. All shelves punched on 3″ centers for divider attachment.
Shelves also punched at four corners for bolting to up-rights. The front and
rear flanges of the shelf are to be embossed with “18 GA.”

Lateral Cross Braces – 1″ x 12-gauge band formed and punched at each end to
bolt to upright post. One pair of lateral cross braces – used with every three shelving
sections with shelf spacing less than 30″. Shelving sections with 30″ or greater
shelf spacings – two pairs of lateral cross braces with every three shelving sections.

Backs – two half panels of heavy gauge steel providing a total of three vertical
rows of holes on 11⁄2″ centers for attachment to shelves with back to shelf clips
optional and with three screws at the top and bottom shelves, two at midpoint.
One-piece backs are optional – heavy gauge steel, no wider than 48″.

Shelf Boxes – heavy gauge steel body with divider slots on 1″ centers of box
sides. heavy gauge box fronts have integral handle and card holder. Heavy gauge
box backs have integral “E” stop. Shelf boxes provided with heavy gauge galvanized
steel dividers with integral card holders.

Label Holders – 24-gauge steel, friction type with 7⁄8″ inside dimension, and
attached to shelves with three spring fasteners

Crosswise Dividers – Front and rear edges – 3⁄8″ O.D. curls. Top and bottom –
flanges not less than 3⁄4″ punched for attaching to shelves. All crosswise dividers up
to 18″ high and 18″ deep are heavy gauge steel. Crosswise dividers over 18″ high
and 21″ deep are heavy gauge steel.

Lengthwise Dividers – Range from 22-gauge to 18-gauge steel depending
upon shelf spacings.

Bin Fronts – Top and bottom edges – 7⁄16″ O.D. curl. Each end – 1⁄4″ offset to engage
upright “T’s.” Bin fronts – punched to screw to the front flange of shelves. Label
holder tangs on 2″ centers -provided on 3″ bin fronts. 1″ bin fronts – heavy gauge
steel 3″ bin fronts wider than 42″ shall be heavy gauge.

Bases – channel shaped with ends constructed to engage upright “T’s” and lock in
place with a spring fastener. 3″ high base – heavy gauge steel and 6″ high bases
shall be heavy gauge.

Sliding Doors – heavy gauge steel with three heavy gauge horizontal pan reinforcements
on full-height sliding doors and one heavy gauge horizontal pan reinforcement
on above and below ledge sliding doors with built-in pulls and one built-in
lock per pair of doors. Sliding doors – suspend and operate from integral ball
bearing rollers that run on 16-gauge upper tracks and are contained by 16-gauge
lower tracks. Each pair of sliding doors covers two full sections of 36″ wide shelving.
NOTE: Sliding doors are to be used with T-post uprights only.

Swinging Doors – heavy gauge steel with one full-height heavy gauge pan reinforcement
per door. Each pair of double swinging doors has three point latching
with one built-in lock. One pair of double swinging doors covers one full section of
36″ wide shelving.

Counter Tops – 14-gauge steel with cornice formation at front and rear.
16-gauge end finishing strips attached with bolts.
Ledges and Ledge Tops – 14-gauge steel with cornice formation at front.
Optional 16-gauge end finishing strips attached with bolts. Ledge shelves – 18-
gauge with optional Class 2 front flange reinforcements. Ledge shelves – bolted to
front flanges of existing shelves and attached to two front upright “T’s” with 12-
gauge shelf clips. NOTE: For T-post upright only.

Seismic Information – Lyon is equipped to handle all seismic requirements.
Contact your local Lyon factory representative for specific seismic information relating
to your area.