Designed and manufactured in Europe for the past 30 years, the Maxitek™ static and mobile shelving range offers a level of quality and design ingenuity never before seen in the Australian mobile shelving and storage market guaranteeing preservation of valuable literature. Bosco manufacture Maxitek™ shelving locally to specific project requirements offering users excellent flexibility and […]
November 21st, 2008
Designed and manufactured in Europe for the past 30 years, the Maxitek™ static and mobile shelving range offers a level of quality and design ingenuity never before seen in the Australian mobile shelving and storage market guaranteeing preservation of valuable literature.
Bosco manufacture Maxitek™ shelving locally to specific project requirements offering users excellent flexibility and a wide range of options to ensure a storage solution that is perfectly fit for purpose.
Maxitek™ mobile storage shelving system available from Bosco Storage Solutions is a tailored storage solution offering space optimisation, efficiency and operator convenience and offers libraries, archives, banks and offices versatile, secure, dependable and hassle free access wherever large volumes of material are being archived and stored.
The Maxitek™ range includes both mobile and static shelving and offers users a robust and durable system with a range of dress panels to provide excellent aesthetic qualities. When installed as a mobile system no permanent fixings to existing floor structures are required, providing you with the opportunity to relocate even the largest Maxitek™ installations without damage or difficulty. Mobile Maxitek™ is available in manual, mechanically assisted or electric drive options with a wide range of accessories to ensure functional storage for both commercial and industrial applications.
For further information on the Maxitek™ mobile and static shelving systems contact a Bosco Storage Solutions representative.
Dimensions: 1945 – 3025mm high, 840 – 1240mm wide, 280 – 1230 mm deep
Delivery time: 4 – 6 weeks
Variations: Manual, Mechanical and Electrical Assist
Finish: Powder coated steel including non slip powders. Decorative end panels in stainless steel, perforated steel, timbers and glass
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