Stanley Healthcare adds to line of wire shelving systems

Stanley Healthcare has announced new additions to its wire shelving systems for hospitals and healthcare organizations.

By Healthcare Facilities Today
February 8, 2013

Stanley Healthcare has announced new additions to its wire shelving systems for hospitals and healthcare organizations.

The expanded Stanley InnerSpace wire shelves have a patented modular design to address the various storage needs in a hospital environment — stationary or mobile, open or closed, high-density, specialty or wall solutions. 

According to the manufacturer, the open design of the shelving systems promotes air circulation, reduces dust accumulation, supports fast and easy visibility, and adheres to "First-In, First-Out" processes with convenient gravity-feed shelves. 

There is also an antimicrobial option that protects against bacteria, mold and mildew, and is better able to handle temperature extremes.

For more information visit www.StanleyHealthcare.com.




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