A static shelving system of virtually every grade, style and load capacity are part of an overall storage solution, installed at the Chicago Field Museum, in Chicago, by Bradford Systems Corp. All told, the Museum's state-of-the-art Collections Resource Center (CRC) incorporates over 2,700 sections of shelving.
Adjustable vertical racks are used to safely store statues and totems. The racks feature brackets with safety harnesses that can be adjusted to each statue’s dimensions.
Displays in the anthropology area are interspersed among office-grade fixed shelving of various widths, heights and weight loads as well as capacities. They also include bulk and pallet racking with varied weight load capacities and heavy-duty cantilevered shelving for oversized objects as well as lockable drawers for smaller objects.