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There is shelving available for every need, from displaying a cherished possession to organizing an office. Glass shelving can be a lovely addition to a home. Industrial strength shelving units are great for garage and factory use. Racks and shelves add extra storage to closets. The following are some terms relating to shelves and shelving units.

Back Braces: Back braces are shelving hardware. They are attached to the posts on the back of the shelving unit and are usually mounted to the wall so the shelf will remain stable.

Back Panel: A back panel encloses the back of the shelving unit. This component of a shelving unit promotes stability, and it also prevents objects from falling off the back of the shelf.

Base Strip: The base strip encloses the entire bottom of a shelving unit between the bottom shelf and the floor. This prevents dirt and objects from getting underneath the shelving unit. This means that you will not have to clean dust from under your shelves or dig around under them looking for lost possessions.

Corbel: Corbels are found on the underside of shelves. Corbels are typically decorative, and they may or may not actually support the shelf.

Drawer Inset Unit: Drawer inset units can be added to certain types of shelving. These units add a storage drawer to the shelving unit.

Full or Partial Height Dividers: These are vertical additions to shelving units that divide a shelf into smaller parts. Dividers can be used in bookcases and cabinets, too.

Hardware: Hardware is essentially any metal – or sometimes plastic – part of a shelving unit. This includes drawer pulls, shelf pins, and handles. These parts can be functional or decorative. Hardware can also refer to metal parts of doors and cabinets.

Shelf Capacity: This is the maximum weight that a shelf can safely manage. Remember that a shelf’s capacity assumes that the weight will be distributed evenly over the entire shelf.

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There are various experts in the retail shelving industry. This is an important industry for many people around the globe. In fact, it can be a very busy and exciting line of work to get involved with. As a shelf distributor, you will handle all sorts of wooden cabinets, steel storage racks, glass display shelf units, and plastic organizers that hang in closets. In this business, you typically sell shelving in bulk to smaller distributors at discounted prices. This way, they can market them to the general public.

It is imperative to know all you can about the shelving industry you work in. This often means that some on-the-job training is needed in the beginning. You will learn all about wire CD racks used in homes, wooden kitchen cabinets, heavy metal industrial racks used in warehouse facilities, and plastic shelf units used for holding tools in garage settings. While some of the shelving you handle will be wall mount systems for residential homes, others will be simple plastic racks for commercial offices. These are often used near desks to hold stacks of paper and documents. There are many different types of storage racks made from plastic, metal, and wood materials, and it is your job to help buyers find the right ones. Often, you may have to answer questions about warranties, discount rates on bulk orders, and materials that are used in manufacturing.

When you get involved as a shelving distributor, you will generally work with all kinds of clients and retail shelf dealers on a regular basis.