In this episode of Pallet Rack Talk, our host Tracy from Simply Racks provides expert insights into the hardware requirements for the X-Brace Cantilever System, specifically focusing on the 4 and 5 foot options. As a trusted partner for pallet racking equipment and warehouse shelving in Austin, TX, Tracy shares her knowledge on the critical hardware components that ensure safe and efficient use of the X-Brace Cantilever System. Whether you’re a business owner, warehouse manager, or simply interested in learning more about pallet racking systems, this episode is a must-listen.
Tracy Jackson: This segment is based on the hardware requirement needed for the four and five-foot X brace pattern on the structural cantilever system. It’s going to have the same base hardware and arm hardware as the six-foot, which are long bolts. There’s four long bolts per base. And four M20s or 3-quarter-inch nuts and bolts for the arms. All of the X-brace will take M12 hardware. There’s four nuts and bolts per X-brace, one in the center, and one in the center. And then the shared horizontals will use M12s as well. And it will share if you’re joining another X-brace set next to it. So all M12s in the middle, M20s for arms, and long bolts. for the basis. If you have any questions about cantilever racks or any other kind of racking system, please don’t hesitate to call us or send an email. We want to make sure you do this correctly. Thank you.