These are used for storing bulk loads that traditionally take up more floor space and/or will not fit into shelving units. These are used in a number of facilities but most commonly used in manufacturing or distribution facilities. These are often stored in most cases on pallets of customer size and specs – hence the name “Pallet Rack”. These systems are often used for storing stock to ensure that enough components or products are on hand to meet anticipated demands. Designing the configuration of the storage system also depends on the items’ quantities and characteristics, as well as the types of fork truck equipment that will be needed to move them to and from storage. Pallet racking allows for utilization of vertical storage space much like mezzanines do, but for the specific purpose of storing pallet goods.

OTHER PALLET RACK AND ACCESSORIES


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    SANYO Digital Camera

    These are solutions are gravity flow, live storage systems typically used for carton handling and order picking operations in warehouses, distribution centers and manufacturing plants. Designed to increase operational efficiencies that result in significant cost and labor savings, these systems use inclined shelves equipped with roller tracks to move product …


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    Pallet Flow Magnum Floor Mallard

    These are used in work process evnironments commonly referred to as FIFO – “First In – First Out” . This allows production to use goods as they come in by date which can be very important in date sensitive products. This is also commonly used for fast-moving products that operators …


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    CEC Pallet Rack

    These are racks arranged in either single or back-to-back (double) rows.  Each of the rows offers a bay or number of bays in the down aisle direction.  Pallets are generally positioned side-by-side in the down-aisle direction at each level of the bay.  The advantage to this configuration of rack is …


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    push-back-rack-interlake

    Push-back pallet rack systems are designed around the principle of organizing space by depth rather than width. This depth arrangement greatly reduces aisle space and increases storage density. In this configuration, each bay can be up to six pallets deep; each pallet stores on wheeled carts that fit onto rails. …