Keeping Personnel and Equipment Safe
KevLok tie-down shelving pieces combine to create workstations and storage areas that safely secure equipment in place during transit over difficult terrain or through rough weather. Accordingly, KevLok shelving is a large benefit to any mobile setting, such as onboard ships, aircraft, or in military and law enforcement mobile command-center trailers and vehicles.
AGM’s KevLok tie-down shelving meets the Navy MIL-S-901D requirements for Grade A, Class I equipment, medium and lightweight shock tests for shipboard use. Furthermore, the Load Rating, as it relates to the shock specification IAW MIL-S-901D, is approximately 40lbs. per square foot.
Common Shelving Applications
KevLok shelving is typically used to secure electronic equipment, as well as hardcopy files, binders, or books in workstations aboard U.S. Navy ships, U.S. Marine Corps portable shelters and command centers, and may also be similarly used for both law enforcement and civilian purposes.
Tie-Down Shelving Design and Operation
KevLok tie-down shelving is designed with vinyl-padded lightweight aluminum and recessed channels to accommodate KevLok tie-down straps with quarter-turn end fittings for quick attachment, release, and workstation configuration. Straps adjust from 11” to 60”.
KevLok tie-down shelving can be installed with quick-adjust shelving brackets and ISO track (also known as slot and hole tracks) to create storage shelving or workstations that are quickly and easily reconfigurable.
Tie-Down Shelving Pieces
Shelving is available in lengths from 12″ to 144″ and in widths from 12″ to 36″; however, custom sizes are available. Tie-downs are available as quick-disconnect loop straps with ratchet fasteners or as quick-disconnect KevLok fastener straps with quarter-turn end-fittings.
In addition to shelving and workspace surface area, file trays and bookends are available.
For more information about AGM’s KevLok shelving or for help designing the workstation that is right for you, send us an email here or give us a call at (520) 881-2130. Hours o operation are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, Mountain Standard Time (MST).