I've had the privilege of witnessing firsthand the many different applications of wire shelving. One type that has become more popular over the years is epoxy coated wire shelving. Available in black, green and gray, epoxy coated wire shelving has a number of benefits for users in commercial, industrial and residential settings, and I'll explain some of the places our customers are using epoxy shelving and why they opted for epoxy coated over other options.
Epoxy coated wire shelving combines durability, versatility, and aesthetics, making it a popular choice for a variety of applications. The epoxy coating adds a layer of rust and corrosion resistance, making it ideal for wet or humid environments.
Benefits of epoxy coated shelving over other materials include:
Rust & Corrosion Resistance: Unlike steel or chrome, the epoxy coating protects against rust and corrosion, perfect for humid or damp environments.
Cost-Effectiveness: Compared to stainless steel or wood shelves, epoxy shelving is more affordable without compromising on strength.
Aesthetic Versatility: Available in black, green or gray, epoxy shelving can easily match any decor, whether commercial (FOH or BOH) or residential.
In the Home
Kitchen Pantry: Kitchens, including pantries, often deal with varying temperatures and levels of humidity. Epoxy coated shelving resists moisture far better than chrome, and at a significantly lower cost than stainless steel. I've seen these shelves hold everything from bulky kitchen appliances to snacks to small spice jars in kitchen pantries.
Laundry Room: In my own home, the laundry room has black epoxy shelving which has endured moisture and heat without a hint of rust or wear, a testament to its durability.
Restaurants: In restaurant kitchens, where organization, reliability and hygiene are critical, epoxy wire shelving is the best option. Whether in the busy and humid kitchen or inside of a walk-in cooler or freezer, epoxy shelving's resistance to moisture, humidity, rust, corrosion and bacteria, combined with its cost effectiveness, have made epoxy shelves the most popular selection for restaurants of all sizes.
Retail Stores: I've consulted for retail stores where display aesthetics matter. Epoxy shelving's sleek look and color variety have been a game-changer, elevating product displays while offering robust support. Retailers shouldn't spend more for chrome or stainless steel shelves, epoxy shelving is just as durable, sleek and perfect for front of house or back of house.
Warehouses: The strength of epoxy coated shelving is showcased in warehouse settings. It reliably holds heavy loads and withstands rough handling, something wood shelving struggles with. Since most warehouses are extremely hot and humid, epoxy has become widely popular inside warehouses.
Cold Storage: In cold storage units, where moisture and low temperatures are the norms, these shelves remain unphased, unlike their chrome or steel counterparts that risk corrosion.
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