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4-Post Assembly 4 Post Shelving

4-Post Shelving Assembly

This flexible 4-post family is made entirely of shared component files, giving users a comprehensive set of pre-assembled configurations, and the power to assemble a completely custom solution from scratch. Visible sub-components update the schedule with product codes, weights, and listed prices in real time.

  • Truly flexible shelving. A virtually unlimited number of configurations, uses and applications
  • Used in everything from library stacks, museum storage, legal office filing systems, and more
  • Set number of shelves to 1 or 0 and build your own custom shelving solution using our shared accessory families including bin dividers, garment rails, pull-out reference shelves, and flipper doors

The 4-Post line is designed to be highly flexible and adaptable with every Revit model built to reflect its real world counterparts as closely as possible. Use the prebuilt shelving family to visualize your storage solutions or use the shared sub-component families to build your own custom solution right down to the last shelf.Our 4-Post shelving incorporates both “L” & “T” shaped uprights allowing for a variety of shelving configurations. All shelf units are assembled without the use of nuts, bolts, or clips and are available for both single entry (wall unit) and double entry (back to back storage) allowing for maximum filing/storage capacity with minimal floor intrusion. Shelves are available slotted to accept adjustable file dividers. All shelf units are designed for expansion and are available as mobile-ready for easy conversion. Our 4-Post units are ready to assemble with no special tools required. Available depths make it an ideal choice for letter, legal, binder, and book storage applications.
  • UprightsFormed from steel sheet to a hollow “tee” shape for intermediate supports and formed angles for end supports. Uprights have keyhole slots on inner wall only. Provide with sheet steel panels full height and depth of end uprights. Provide intermediate “tee” uprights between adjacent units.Shelves and SupportsFormed from sheet steel with flanges on all sides and return hem on front and back flanges. Ends are formed to clear inside of upright offset panels. Shelves are independently adjustable. Shelf supports are formed from heavy gauge steel sheet with four solid steel shoulder rivets, two per ear, that interlock with inner wall of uprights.Nominal Shelf Dimensions
    • Width: 12 inches (305MM) to 72 inches (1829MM) sections used to meet project requirements
    • Shelf Edge Vertical Profile: 3/4 inch (19MM) maximum
    • Vertical Adjustment Increment: 1-1/2 inches (38MM)
    • Width Of Intermediate Uprights: 2 inches (51MM)
    • Clearance Between Uprights: Nominal shelf section width minus 2 inches (51MM)
    • Levelness of Completed Shelf Units: Maximum 1/8 inch (3.2MM) between bottom shelf and canopy top, measured along the edge of any upright in any direction
    • File dividers
    • Center stops
    • Reference shelves
    • Back stops
    • Laminate end panel
    • End panel mounting brackets
    • Backs
    • Bin dividers
    • Bin fronts
    FinishesPaint finish, low pressure laminate, high pressure laminate, or acrylic finish.
Technical specification
  • Unique ref.SSG_Shelving_4-Post_PCS
  • Collection setPublic Safety
  • CollectionWeapon Storage, Lockers, Workstations, Mobile Shelving and Detention
  • TypeObject (single object)
  • Date of publishing2021-02-02
  • Edition number1
  • Material mainPowder coated steel
  • Designed inUnited States
  • Manufactured inUnited States
  • BIMobject CategoryFurniture - Shelving & Storage
  • IFC classificationFurniture
  • CSI MasterFormat 2014 Code10 56 13.16
  • CSI MasterFormat 2014 TitlePost-and-Shelf Metal Storage Shelving
  • OmniClass TitleCommercial Storage Shelves
  • OmniClass Number23-21 11 11 11
  • CSI UniFormat II CodeE20

Region availability

North America
Puerto Rico
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Saint Lucia
Saint Pierre and Miquelon
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Sint Maarten
The Bahamas
Trinidad and Tobago
Turks and Caicos Islands
U.S. Virgin Islands
Antigua and Barbuda
British Virgin Islands
Caribbean Netherlands
Cayman Islands
Collectivity of Saint Martin
Costa Rica
Dominican Republic
El Salvador
United States