Stationary racks, as well as sliding racks, are used in libraries, archives and offices. They are most often a complement to mechanical and electric drive sliding racks.
They are added in order to fully use the archiving (storage) space, i.e. between sliding racks or in places where it is not possible to use a mobile system.
Rooms can be fully equipped with stationary racks. This is most often the case in reading rooms, libraries or other rooms with a low ceiling load capacity.
The racks have a durable structure that will easily support the weight on the shelves.
The racks provide two-sided, easy access to documents and allow for their quick segregation.
Stationary racks are built like sliding racks, but without a mobile system. The only difference is the base, which does not have wheels and a handle-bar, but has adjustable feet.