CE UK CA Stillages & Material Handling Solutions Manufactured in the UK

Project/Manufacturing Engineers with over 100 year experience

Experts in Process Management Providing Material Handling Solutions

We Deliver Throughout The United Kingdom

All Materials All Responsible Sourced

Our Fabricators are tested to BS EN 1090 Standards

5 Reasons Why Metal Stillages Are the Best Choice for Industrial Storage:

Here at LoweUK, our area of expertise is skilled metal fabrication, such as metal stillage. We take pride in providing stillages that work well and last a long time, meeting the needs of every client. Metal stillages have the most benefits of all the different forms of stillages for a variety of reasons.

  • Strength  

Since a normal metal stillage can hold up to 1000 kg, customers can maximise their storage by utilising the fewest stillages feasible because they are so sturdy. Additionally, the fact that stillages can support not only their own weight but also the weight of another stillage makes it easier to stack them on top of one another.

  • Durability 

Because of their endurance compared to other stillages, metal stillages can endure numerous other workplace variables and potential harm. Additionally, metal stillages can endure considerably longer than, say, a wooden stillage because they won’t degrade quickly owing to environmental factors like weather.

  • Versatility

Metal stillages are useful for holding a variety of things, including but not restricted to automotive parts and supplies for manufacturing. This enables a wide range of customers to use metal stillages for any of their requirements.

  • Effectiveness

Metal stillages can successfully retain specific loads in a convenient manner for the client, whereas other stillages would struggle to do so. They assist the client in enhancing the consistency and quickness of whatever purpose the stillages are intended to serve.

  • Recyclable 

Other types of stillages will probably need to be scrapped if they are broken and cannot be fixed. If a metal stillage is destroyed, it can still be recycled and the scrap metal used in it can be utilised to make another stillage, for example.