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Eagle introduces new High-Density Floor Trak
By Canadian Pizza
By Canadian Pizza
Clayton, Del. — Eagle Foodservice
Equipment announces the introduction of its new High-Density
Floor-Trak™ System. This versatile track-and-skate system enables
foodservice operators to consolidate and optimize the storage of
foodstuffs and other items.
Clayton, Del., — Eagle Foodservice Equipment announces the introduction of its new High-Density Floor-Trak™ System. This versatile track-and-skate system enables foodservice operators to consolidate and optimize the storage of foodstuffs and other items.
The system is simple to install, and is designed to accommodate the broad mix of shelving products (post heights up to 86 inches), or high-density polymer LIFESTOR® shelf sections. The low-profile, non-corrosive track is constructed of extruded aluminum with stainless steel inserts. Industrial-grade bearings allow loaded shelving units to glide effortlessly over the tracks for smooth sailing, every time. Specially engineered shock-absorbing end-stops ensure that the shelving is always securely braked at the end of the track line. The system’s open construction easily accommodates the use of cart covers, if desired.
Eagle’s new High-Density Floor-Trak™ system is designed to allow for add-on tracks and shelving units as storage requirements grow. This design allows the restrictions to be removed for additional shelving units based on height and depth, giving more versatility in meeting individual uses and needs. Systems using wire shelving can be designed in a double deep configuration without impeding rollability.
New High-Density Floor-Trak™ systems from Eagle MHC are ADA-compliant and NSF-approved for sanitation, making them ideal for a wide range of uses – from manufacturing plants, warehouse facilities and office buildings to healthcare facilities and educational institutions.
When using the High-Density Floor-Trak™ system in combination with open-wire shelving, better visibility is achieved by the light passing through the shelves. Also, air circulation reduces moisture and dust buildup. The open-wire shelf construction effectively eliminates puddling in the event of activation of fire suppression systems.
For more details, contact Lynda Donavon (ext. 3027) with sales inquiries, or Eagle’s Marketing Department (ext. 3129) with inquiries pertaining to marketing support. Telephone: (800) 441-8440 or (302) 653-3000. FAX: (302) 653-2065. Web site: www.eaglegrp.com .