Shelving and Racking Roll Forming

Samco designs, engineers, and manufactures complete roll forming lines for the shelving and racking industries. We go beyond supply to provide the highest level of service.

Whether at home in Canada or abroad, we provide full installation, training, and ongoing service.

Samco manufactures roll formers that can make 4-sided shelves in one operation, whether from coil or blanks. Our product line includes solid, basic manufacturing lines in the Workhorse Series, as well as more advanced options in our professional series of roll forming equipment. Every machine can be customized to suit your specific needs, and we work with you to understand the specific requirements for your end product and make recommendations.

4-Sided Shelf, 10 Shelves per Minute, Blanks or Coil-fed Ability, Only One Operator Required


Done-in-One in Operation

Samco shelving and racking roll formers have the ability to form both end of the roll formed section at the same time as cutting it. Designed for the wire decking industry, inline flying combination form and cut-off die. Finish forms both the leading and trailing ends of continuous roll formed parts, while cutting the parts accurately to length on a die mounted on a hydraulic press.

Download Samco’s shelving roll forming PDF, or contact Samco Machinery today for more information on our shelving and racking roll formers.

 

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