Heavy Duty Racks

The Heavy Duty Z Rack is a commercial grade clothing rack designed to withstand continual use in the warehouse environment. Its robust construction and stability make this rack ideal for large volumes of heavy garments and relocating stock.

Here are 6 key benefits of heavy duty z racks:

  1. Increased weight capacity
  2. Stability
  3. Durability
  4. Versatility
  5. Mobility
  6. Space-saving

These benefits are detailed at the bottom of the page.

6 Key benefits of heavy duty Z racks:

Increased weight capacity: Heavy duty Z racks have an increased weight capacity because they are made from thicker steel tubing than standard racks. This lets them hold more weight, so they’re great for hanging heavy clothes like winter coats, fur jackets, or thick sweaters.


Stability: Z racks have a Z-shaped base for stability. Heavy duty Z racks may have extra features to make them even more stable. These features can include a wider base, sturdier welds, and bracing at key points. This increased stability is important for preventing the rack from tipping over, even when it is fully loaded with heavy clothes.


Durability: Heavy duty Z racks are built to withstand years of heavy use. The thicker steel tubing is less likely to bend or break, and the reinforced construction can handle the stress of being moved around frequently.


Versatility: Heavy duty Z racks can be used in a variety of settings, including retail stores, warehouses, laundry rooms, and garment factories. They are also a good option for home use, especially if you have a large wardrobe or a lot of seasonal clothing.


Mobility: Many heavy duty Z racks are equipped with casters, which allow them to be easily moved around. This can be helpful for rearranging a store layout, moving clothes from one location to another, or simply cleaning the floor.

Heavy duty Z racks have bigger, stronger casters than standard racks. This helps them support more weight without breaking or moving around.


Space-saving: Z racks fold flat for easy storage when not in use. This can be a valuable feature if you have limited storage space.