L Bracket System | Rakks Shelving

L Bracket shelving system Features

Offering a dramatic new look in pole-mounted shelving, the Rakks L Bracket system, US Patent #7,506,852, provides unparalleled design flexibility, strength and value. Available in floor to ceiling and wall-supported configurations, this new design features quick and infinite shelf adjustment utilizing one hidden screw. L-brackets support wood, glass or aluminum shelves up to 24” deep. Cabinets can be easily attached to the poles to create attractive wall storage units and room partitions. The L-Bracket system is stocked in clear anodized, black anodized and white powder-coat finishes.


Used for creating shelving units with or without a supporting wall. Adjustable threaded mounts allow pole to be installed under compression between floor and ceiling. Threaded side channels accept 1⁄4” –20 screws to mount L Brackets or cabinets. C channels accept all other Rakks brackets and pole accessories.

pc2 pole with L Bracket


L-Brackets, US Patent #7,506,852, attach to PC2 poles with one 1⁄4” –20 screw. When used with 3⁄4” thick shelves the mounting hardware is hidden. Available for shelves from 8” to 24” deep in 2” increments. Wood shelves can be screwed to the brackets using pre-drilled and counter-sunk holes. Model BL-XX (XX denotes shelf depth in inches).

L Bracket


L-Brackets can be ordered with retaining pins on each end to accommodate Rakks extruded aluminum shelves.

l bracket with retaining pin


Mitered tie poles can be used in applications where floor to ceiling installation is not practical or desired. Pole-to-pole and pole-to-wall connections are made using anchor brackets secured with set screws. Tie-Pole kits are sized to accommodate all L-Bracket sizes. Model MT-PC2-XX (XX denotes shelf depth in inches).

mitered tie pole


Adjustable mounts install into threaded inserts at the top and bottom of PC2 poles. These non-marking mounts adjust to provide floor-to-ceiling compression. Top mounts have two holes to facilitate additional anchoring into ceiling. Note: poles should be cut 3” shorter than the finished floor-to-ceiling height.

threaded mount

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