Arguably the highest density storage environments, archiving systems come in many shapes and sizes specifically suited to the exact requirements of the customers archive units. Archives can be singular files, boxed files, data tapes or any other sensitive documents which require preservation. Ranging from full fit outs of climate controlled vaults in dedicated sites to singular bays of static shelving in building basements, archiving systems always require the highest density. Larger systems utilise very narrow aisle racking (VNA) and shelving to suit access frequency and density requirements. Constructed from selective pallet racking components, VNA racking is accessed by guided stock-pickers to frequently store and retrieve documents. Smaller systems may use only dedicated shelving and depending on access frequency the system can be configured to provide more or less aisles in static or movable configurations. Elbowroom has studied various archive structures and the design team pride themselves on excellent results no matter where or what the medium.