Metal shelving hardware

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Shelf Brackets

Discover a fine selection of decorative shelf brackets at Van Dyke’s Restorers. Whether you’re hanging shelves for an entire home library or installing open shelves in a bathroom, we carry an extensive collection of shelf brackets in a variety of styles and finishes. Find clean-lined and geometric styles such as Mission, Arts and Crafts and Art Deco, or more intricate styles with swirls, flowers and Fleur-de-lis designs. We even offer rustic shelf brackets for modern farmhouse kitchens and minimal truss straps for seamless floating shelves. Explore our plant hanger style brackets for mounting to decks and accenting exterior home areas.

At Van Dyke’s, we also carry shelf brackets in several finishes. Find hand-carved, unfinished wood shelf brackets that allow you to customize and stain to match shelves and your home’s interior finishes. Or, install a durable black iron bracket, available in several designs–from ornate scrolls to simple L-shapes.

From period style decorative shelf brackets to plant hangers and floating shelf trusses, Van Dyke’s Restorers has all of your needs to create a securely-mounted shelving system.


Quality Support Brackets

Are you an architect, builder or contractor looking for high quality support brackets for a number of different applications? Look no further. A&M Hardware, Inc. is proud to offer high-quality cantilever shelf support brackets that easily support more than 1,000 lbs.

If you are looking for additional strength and/or concealment, check out our concealed and extended concealed brackets. The vertical mounting arm of the bracket is completely concealed behind the drywall, and the horizontal arm supports 1,800 pounds to 7,960 pounds per pair, depending on the arm length. We also offer a hybrid bracket which can be surface mounted or concealed for maximum flexibility. This bracket is available in 1.5 inch and 1.0 inch versions.

We stock stainless steel brackets in imported or made in the US versions. We offer our concealed brackets in a made in the US version. We are proud to offer an aluminum bracket as well.

Be sure to check out our new ADA countertop support brackets, which make ADA countertop installations easy. Mount them to the wall, attach your countertop and install your face panel with the supplied spring clips. The face panel can be removed easily, with no tools, for quick access to the plumbing.

All A&M support brackets are for use with wood studs or metal studs with wood backing. Look to the original A&M Hardware brackets for all of your bracket needs.

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Assembling Shelfing Units

Industrial Shelving Parts and Accessories

Easily Add Features To Your Lyon Shelving With These Industrial Shelving Parts

Lyon metal shelving parts and accessories for both the 2000 series and 8000 series are the finishing pieces you’ll need for your shelving units. We also have metal shelf support clips for our older 4000 series. Industrial boltless shelving parts include anchoring and other optional items. Metal shelf clips quickly lock into place, on either side of uprights. These clips disengage easily to re-position shelves. Shelves can either be installed or adjusted with no tools. Our industrial shelving is versatile and adding these parts or accessories will help you maximize your storage efficiency.

2000 Series Metal Shelving Parts

We have compression shelf clips for our 2000 series shelving. They are available in either a standard full size clip or a half shelf clip. Our compression clip is the most imitated shelf clip design in the industry. The foot plate allows you to securely anchor your 2000 series shelving to the concrete floor of your warehouse or facility. Use a concrete wedge anchor with the foot plate to properly secure your 2000 series shelving. You can also find dividers and label holders to help you organize your shelving. The bin fronts will help keep items from rolling off while the base strips help keep items from rolling underneath the shelving unit.

4000 Series Metal Shelving Parts

Lyon also has shelf clips and studs for our 4000 series industrial metal shelving. This steel shelving was introduced in the early 60s and was in production into the 70s. Since we build our products to last we are proud to offer hardware for our older steel shelving. You will need 4 sets of studs and clips to support a 4000 series shelf. The stud goes into one side of the upright and the clip slides down over it on the other side to lock it in.

8000 Series Metal Shelving Parts

Anchors and foot plates are available for your shelving sections. Combine an upright to floor angle with a foot plate to create a base to anchor to your shelving to your warehouse floor. The wedge anchor is the industry standard for bolting shelving directly to your concrete floor. The back-to-wall tie can be used to secure a metal shelving unit directly to a wall. You can also secure sections together with a back-to-back tie.

Commercial shelving parts also include a steel pegboard panel. It attaches to the end of your shelving section. You can easily organize items at the end of your shelf with tool pegs. You can also convert your 36″w x 84″h Lyon shelving into a cabinet by adding a set of swing doors. They mount directly to the uprights and have a built-in key lock for extra security.

Other metal shelving replacement parts include base strips and bin fronts. The base strip will give a finished look to the bottom of the shelving. This will also help cleaning as debris can’t collect under the metal shelving unit. Bin fronts will keep items from either hanging over or falling off a shelf. Finally add label holders to your shelves so items will have a home. Paper strips slide easily in and out of the holders.

Sometimes shelving needs to get touched up. Lyon offers touch up spray paint cans to easily freshen up your industrial metal shelving. You will want to make sure you touch up your steel shelving parts to ensure they hold up. Lyon makes both 2000 series and 8000 series shelf accessories in the USA. Looking at these metal shelving parts and accessories but need shelving units? Check out our full line of Industrial Metal Shelving.


Hardware metal shelving

How to Install Wall Shelves Using Standards and Brackets

  • Plan the Project

    It is always a good idea to start a project with the finished goal in mind. Once you decide on a suitable wall for your shelves, sketch your plan. You'll need to decide how high and low you want the top and bottom shelves, how many shelves you need, and how long the shelves will be.

    With that settled and a rough sketch in hand, you can shop for all the materials you need. Plan to buy standards about 10 to 12 inches longer than the intended distance between the top and bottom shelves. This will give you some flexibility in the arrangement of the shelves.

    When you move, the whole shelving assembly can be disassembled quickly. Fill and paint the holes in the wall to leave things just as they were before the shelves were installed.

  • Locate Studs

    First, use a stud finder to find wall studs. The standards must be anchored with screws driven into studs—the vertical framing members to which drywall is attached. The studs should be spaced 16 or 24 inches apart in the wall, measured center to center, although this spacing can change near doors, windows, and corners.

    Use a battery-operated or magnetic stud finder to locate the studs in your wall. The former tool will locate the studs behind drywall by detecting density, while the latter tool works by sensing the nails or screws that hold the drywall to the studs.

    Move the stud finder straight across the wall, marking each stud location. Rather than a pencil, use small pieces of blue painter's tape to mark the location of each stud.  When you’re done, you can remove the tape without leaving any mark behind.

  • Plan Locations for Shelf Standards

    With the studs located and marked, the next step is to determine the best spot to install shelf standards. For basic bookshelves, plan to set the standards 32 inches apart if the walls have studs spaced 16 inches apart. If your studs are spaced 24 inches apart, plan to attach a standard to each stud.

    Shelves should overhang the side brackets by no more than 6 inches. So, for example, if you plan to use three standards spaced 32 inches from each other (total span of 64 inches from end to end), you can safely use shelves that are as much as 76 inches long (or a standard 72-inch, 6-foot-long board would work fine).

    For particularly heavy loads, check the manufacturer's instructions to determine the best spacing for your standards.

  • Attach the First Shelf Standard

    It is easiest to attach shelf standards with a helper, although it's possible to do the job yourself.

    Set the first standard in place at the intended height, centered over a stud. When you are satisfied with the location, stick an awl through the top screw hole in the standard, marking a small indentation in the wall. This will make it easier to set and drive the screw.

    Drive a screw through the top hole, just deep enough to hold the standard in place securely; don’t make it so tight that you can’t move the standard a little. Set your level alongside the standard, adjusting the position so that it is perfectly plumb (that is, vertical). Plumb is indicated when the bubbles in the top and bottom vials are centered.

    Poke awl holes and drive the remaining screws, makig sure the standard is positioned perfectly plumb. The standards should be just barely snug against the wall; if you drive the screws in too far, you may damage the wall surface.

  • Attach the Remaining Shelf Standards

    The shelf standards must be installed plumb, but it is equally important that the brackets, and therefore the shelves, are level across the standards.

    Set a level across adjacent brackets, sliding the standard up and down until the bubble in the center vial is centered. Make sure that the standard is resting over a stud, then punch a hole in the wall through the top screw hole and drive a screw.

    Use a level to make sure the standard is plumb, then attach the standard to the stud with screws. Repeat the process for any remaining standards.

  • Attach the Shelf Brackets

    Shelf brackets range in size from 5 inches deep (for shelves holding paperback books) to 24 inches (for desktops and other large spaces). Plan to use brackets that are just a bit shorter than the depth of the shelves. For example, if you want shelves that are 8 inches deep, use 7-inch brackets.

    You don’t have to make all shelves the same depth. Instead, you can install shelves that get increasingly deeper from top to bottom, allowing you to place smaller items on top and bigger items on the bottom, or the other way around.

    Slip the bracket into the slots on the standard, then give it a little push down to make sure it's set properly. A tap with a mallet or hammer is sometimes necessary.

  • Attach the Shelves

    You can buy shelves ready-made or you can make your own. There are several options.

    • Solid wood is the strongest choice and the one that works best if loading books on brackets and standards spaced 32 inches apart. Shelving that spans 24 inches can be safely made from wood, plywood, melamine, and medium-density fiberboard (MDF).
    • Wire shelves are available in light- to heavy-duty options.
    • The least expensive shelving option is to buy large 4 x 8-foot sheets of 3/4-inch plywood or MDF and cut your shelves to size. Often you can have the sheets cut to size (or at least to a size that you can haul home) at the lumberyard or home improvement center.

    Pre-cut melamine (that glossy white plastic surface so common in kitchen cabinets) does not require any additional finish. The other materials should be painted or, in the case of solid wood and plywood, sealed with a clear wood finish.

  • Enclose the Shelf Ends (Optional)

    To ensure that books and other items don’t fall off the shelf ends, simply to stack books on their sides at the ends of the shelves. Another method is to use the special bookend brackets that slip neatly into the slots in the standards.

    Bookends are available in several sizes. To use bookends on the top shelf, the shelf must be set at least 6 inches below the top of the standards.

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