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Pharmacy Shelving Guide

We offer a variety of pharmacy shelving and drawer systems providing storage and dispensing solutions for any type of pharmacy. Selection of the type of system you wish to install is typically based on budget and floor space constraints. Our traditional Pharma-Fit range and our new X, Y, Z series of shelving and drawer systems have been put together to make your decision-making process easier.

T-Series   T-series Timber Pharmacy Shelving Units Logo

Full T-Series Details

Timber shelving, benches and work surfaces providing a full dispensary solution. This system is also easily integrated into the X, Y, Z series ranges.

 

X-Series  X-Series Pharmacy Drawers Logo

Full X-Series Details

Unique pharmacy drawer system, offering not only conventional full height drawers. But also sloping drawers and V-shaped drawers, the sloping designs help feed the First In First Out principle of dispensing pharmaceuticals.

 

Y-Series  Y-Series Pharmacy Shelving Logo

Full Y-Series Details

pharmacy shelving, the highly popular modular pullout shelving range, the modular structure allows for customized configurations such as a standalone workstation, working areas with fast mover pullout shelving above the work surface and deep drawers beneath.

 

Z-Series Z-Series Pharmacy Drawer Systems Logo

Full Z-Series Details

Pharmacy drawer system, high capacity lockable storage. Typically used in pharmacy dispensing high volumes of pharmaceutical within a limited working area or where security is of high concern.

 

 

Things to Consider

What we need from you: New build or existing premises?

Supply only or supply & install?

Add-on/upgrade of a particular area or full pharmacy?

Pharmacy area’s one or more:

  • Dispensary
  • Retail Area
  • Counter & Reception
  • Consultancy Room
  • Storage Room
  • Examination/Treatment Room
  • Waiting Area

 

Sketch of floor area, with approximate dimensions

Do you require a pharmacy fridge?

Do you require a controlled drugs cabinet?

Do you require a clinical bin?

Do you require a medical trolley?