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- Fits into the slots on shelf standards and supports shelves. Some types mount directly onto the wall.
- A flexible storage system can be built with standards and brackets that are easily removed and repositioned by pushing up and lifting out.
- Can be mounted in cabinets, closets or bookcases.
- One type is used with invisible shelving systems, which offers ways to put shelving into living areas. These systems mount brackets directly on the walls to support wood or glass shelving. They are not suggested for heavy support jobs.
- Another form of standard is the Z bracket. It is frequently used for utility shelving in basements or garages. It offers more support than other types and is less expensive.
- Floor-to-ceiling standards can be used to create room dividers.
- These pieces are usually double-slotted and come in lengths ranging from 7’6” to 12’.