PALLET RACKING

DESIGN. SUPPLY. INSTALL.

WHAT TYPES OF PALLET RACKING ARE THERE?

Bolted construction, supplied pre-assembled and including floor fixings and shims.  Special heights and depths available to order

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Conventional Pallet Racking
Wide-aisle adjustable racking is cost-effective, versatile and easily installed. Adjustable beams allow direct access to individual pallets, including ground level, for all types of fork lifts.

Narrow-aisle racking

Increases storage capacity without loss of versatility. Provides maximum utilisation of the available floor area by permitting more runs of racking in the same space. Using designated narrow aisle fork lift trucks.

Double-deep racking

Allows pallets to be stored 2-deep with access from the same aisle. This configuration saves space by reducing the number of aisles needed.  Fork lifts need to be fitted with a double-deep attachment.

Drive In Racking

Generally used for storing large numbers of identical pallets - this is the most space efficient racking available without the need for specialist handling equipment. High storage density (typically 60-80% increased capacity versus conventional racking can be achieved)

‘Storage lanes’ are created by storing pallets on load rails. Fork lifts enter these lanes to load/ unload pallets from top to bottom. Access can be ‘drive-in’ from one end or ‘drive-through’ from both ends for improved stock rotation.

Push Back Racking
One of the most space and time efficient pallet storage options. This dynamic ‘first-in, last-out’ retrieval system stores pallets up to 5 deep on trolleys/ carts. On loading a new pallet, existing ones are pushed back up an inclined channel rail. On retrieval, remaining pallets simply roll into position at the picking face. Specialist handling equipment is generally not needed.  Dynamic push-back racking is well-suited to marshaling areas, bulk storage and cold/ chill store applications.

Mobile Pallet Racking
This high-density system is mounted on a mobile chassis, and at the push of a button, glide along floor tracks to open up an access aisle to the required pallet row.  Space is saved by only requiring room for one aisle to access all pallets. No specialist handling equipment is required and standard pallet racking systems can be converted to mobile to save space.  Suitable for all applications, especially temperature-controlled storage.

Cantilever Racking

This high-density system is mounted on a mobile chassis, and at the push of a button, glide along floor tracks to open up an access aisle to the required pallet row.  Space is saved by only requiring room for one aisle to access all pallets. No specialist handling equipment is required and standard pallet racking systems can be converted to mobile to save space.  Suitable for all applications, especially temperature-controlled storage.