Mobile Pallet Racking

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Mobile Pallet Racking

This system is composed of moving blocks of racking units. It provides an efficient method of maximising storage capacity in a warehouse.

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Features


Aisle Width

2.5-4.0 metres

Space

80% Space Utilisation

Access

All Pallets Accessible

Throughput

High Throughput Speeds

Forklift

Standard Forklift Options

What is Mobile Pallet Racking?

The Mobile pallet racking comprises units of conventional pallet racking mounted on a steel-framed base. This racking system is installed over guided mobile bases that slide laterally, thus eliminating the need for aisles, which open up only when accessed.

The wheels run along a track set into the floor. Varying rack configurations and bogie types are available to suit single-bay loads of up to 15 tonnes and run lengths of up to 30 meters.

The operator gives the order to automatically open the unit, either by remote control or manually by triggering a switch. The mobile bases have motors, sliders and several safety systems to guarantee a safe and efficient operation.

Advantages of this system

  • Optimal system for cold stores (both refrigeration and freezer types)
  • Save up to 40% of the space required by conventional pallet racking
  • Each pallet is supported individually so damage from crushing is eliminated
  • Elimination of individual access aisles
  • The modular design adapts to any requirement
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Pallet Racking Systems

Adjustable Pallet Racking

This is the most common form of pallet racking. APR is a system of beams clipped into frames.

In general the beams support the pallet but on occasions the pallet is also supported by timber decking, mesh decking or pallet support bars.

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Very Narrow Aisle Racking

Very Narrow Aisle Racking

Very Narrow Aisle Racking is generally used in warehouses which are a little tighter on space.

Using a narrow aisle Forklift truck allows you to access all pallets, lifting higher and working faster than standard counterbalance trucks.

find out more
Drive-In Racking

Drive-in Racking

Drive-in Racking is an ideal system for large quantities of the same type of product. It is a variation to block stacking.

It works on the principle of first in last out so is not particularly good for stock rotation.

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push back racking

Push Back Racking

Push Back Racking systems are designed around the principle of organising space by depth rather than width.

This depth arrangement greatly reduces aisle space and increases storage density.

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shuttle racking

Shuttle Racking

Shuttle Racking is an alternative to Drive In racking or Live Storage Racking.

The idea is that each lane is a single product but unlike drive in racking not all products within the bay need to be the same thus allowing greater density of storage.

find out more

Live Storage Racking

Live Storage Racking is a system where pallets are put onto rollers at one end and they can then run down the rollers to be picked off at the other end.

It is a relatively expensive storage solution but can improve efficiency in many warehouses.

find out more

Mobile Pallet Racking

The Mobile Pallet Racking consist of units of conventional pallet racking mounted on a steel framed base.

This system is installed over guided mobile bases that slide laterally, eliminating the need for aisles.

find out more

Special Racking

Carpets, carpet pads and rolls of vinyl are inefficiently stored on pallets, which is why carpet racks are a much better storage alternative to maximize your valuable floor space. A system that is good for storing rolled up lengths of material such as carpet.

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live storage racking system

Live Storage Racking

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Live Storage Racking

Improve warehouse efficiency with our Live Storage Racking Systems. Designed to optimise storage, streamline operations, and enhance accessibility, our systems are engineered for businesses seeking a dynamic solution to their storage needs. Live Storage Racking system is ideal for warehouses where stock turnover control and space saving are important.

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Features


Aisle Width

N/A

Space

85% Space Utilisation

Access

Pallet Accessibility Reduced

Throughput

Low Throughput Speeds

Forklift

Conventional Forklift Options

What is Live Storage Racking?

Live Storage racking is a system where pallets are put onto rollers at one end and they can then run down the rollers to be picked off at the other end. It is commonly referred to as a first-out system This is typically used where there are large quantities of the same product or as a load collation system in a dispatch area.

When collating loads this is typically done with lanes of either 13 pallets deep (two lanes per load) or 26 pallets deep. This system relies on gravity to move the pallets and is often referred to as gravity racking. It is a relatively expensive storage solution but can improve efficiency in many warehouses.

Different types of live storage racking systems

Live Push-Back Racking:

  • Optimised Storage Density: This system enhances storage density with a Last-In, First-Out (LIFO) inventory management system, ensuring optimal use of available space.

Live Flow Racking:

  • Efficient Order Picking: Designed for first-in, first-out (FIFO) inventory management, Live Flow Racking streamlines order picking operations, promoting efficient rotation of goods.

Live Carton Flow Racking:

  • Versatile Manual Picking: Perfect for dynamic storage of cartons, Live Carton Flow Racking provides an organised and controlled solution for manual picking processes.

Contact a member of the team today for expert guidance and personalised solutions. Elevate your storage experience with the innovation and efficiency of our Live Pallet Racking Systems (new and used options available)

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Pallet Racking Systems

Adjustable Pallet Racking

This is the most common form of pallet racking. APR is a system of beams clipped into frames.

In general the beams support the pallet but on occasions the pallet is also supported by timber decking, mesh decking or pallet support bars.

find out more
Very Narrow Aisle Racking

Very Narrow Aisle Racking

Very Narrow Aisle Racking is generally used in warehouses which are a little tighter on space.

Using a narrow aisle Forklift truck allows you to access all pallets, lifting higher and working faster than standard counterbalance trucks.

find out more
Drive-In Racking

Drive-in Racking

Drive-in Racking is an ideal system for large quantities of the same type of product. It is a variation to block stacking.

It works on the principle of first in last out so is not particularly good for stock rotation.

find out more
push back racking

Push Back Racking

Push Back Racking systems are designed around the principle of organising space by depth rather than width.

This depth arrangement greatly reduces aisle space and increases storage density.

find out more
shuttle racking

Shuttle Racking

Shuttle Racking is an alternative to Drive In racking or Live Storage Racking.

The idea is that each lane is a single product but unlike drive in racking not all products within the bay need to be the same thus allowing greater density of storage.

find out more

Live Storage Racking

Live Storage Racking is a system where pallets are put onto rollers at one end and they can then run down the rollers to be picked off at the other end.

It is a relatively expensive storage solution but can improve efficiency in many warehouses.

find out more

Mobile Pallet Racking

The Mobile Pallet Racking consist of units of conventional pallet racking mounted on a steel framed base.

This system is installed over guided mobile bases that slide laterally, eliminating the need for aisles.

find out more

Special Racking

Carpets, carpet pads and rolls of vinyl are inefficiently stored on pallets, which is why carpet racks are a much better storage alternative to maximize your valuable floor space. A system that is good for storing rolled up lengths of material such as carpet.

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Shuttle Racking

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Shuttle Racking

The shuttle racking system is a warehouse automation solution to transport pallets from one end of a rack to the other. It is fantastic option to maximise the capacity of a warehouse.

RACKING ENQUIRIESONLINE DESIGN TOOL

Features


Aisle Width

N/A

Space

85% Space Utilisation

Access

Pallet Accessibility Reduced

Throughput

Low Throughput Speeds

Forklift

Specialist Forklift Options

What is Shuttle Racking?

Shuttle racking is an alternative to Drive-In racking or Live Storage Racking. The idea is that each lane is a single product but unlike drive-in racking not all products within the bay need to be the same thus allowing greater density of storage. There is also the possibility to store the pallets either on a first in last out basis or first in first out.

The racking works by using a shuttle or satellite that is placed on rails under the pallet storage rails. These shuttles then pick up the pallet and take it to its storage place. We can in certain circumstances adapt existing drive-in racking to accommodate shuttle racking.

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Pallet Racking Systems

Adjustable Pallet Racking

This is the most common form of pallet racking. APR is a system of beams clipped into frames.

In general the beams support the pallet but on occasions the pallet is also supported by timber decking, mesh decking or pallet support bars.

find out more
Very Narrow Aisle Racking

Very Narrow Aisle Racking

Very Narrow Aisle Racking is generally used in warehouses which are a little tighter on space.

Using a narrow aisle Forklift truck allows you to access all pallets, lifting higher and working faster than standard counterbalance trucks.

find out more
Drive-In Racking

Drive-in Racking

Drive-in Racking is an ideal system for large quantities of the same type of product. It is a variation to block stacking.

It works on the principle of first in last out so is not particularly good for stock rotation.

find out more
push back racking

Push Back Racking

Push Back Racking systems are designed around the principle of organising space by depth rather than width.

This depth arrangement greatly reduces aisle space and increases storage density.

find out more
shuttle racking

Shuttle Racking

Shuttle Racking is an alternative to Drive In racking or Live Storage Racking.

The idea is that each lane is a single product but unlike drive in racking not all products within the bay need to be the same thus allowing greater density of storage.

find out more

Live Storage Racking

Live Storage Racking is a system where pallets are put onto rollers at one end and they can then run down the rollers to be picked off at the other end.

It is a relatively expensive storage solution but can improve efficiency in many warehouses.

find out more

Mobile Pallet Racking

The Mobile Pallet Racking consist of units of conventional pallet racking mounted on a steel framed base.

This system is installed over guided mobile bases that slide laterally, eliminating the need for aisles.

find out more

Special Racking

Carpets, carpet pads and rolls of vinyl are inefficiently stored on pallets, which is why carpet racks are a much better storage alternative to maximize your valuable floor space. A system that is good for storing rolled up lengths of material such as carpet.

find out more

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Push back pallet racking

Push Back Racking

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Push Back Racking

Push back systems offer the advantages of greater accessibility and all lanes being readily accessible. The depth arrangement greatly reduces aisle space and increases storage density.

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Features


Aisle Width

3-4 metres

Space

85% Space Utilisation

Access

Pallet Accessibility Reduced

Throughput

Low Throughput Speeds

Forklift

Standard Forklift Options

Push Back Racking?

Push Back Racking is a high-density storage solution that maximizes both floor space and pallet count. Unlike traditional systems, it utilises a “Last-In, First-Out” (LIFO) approach, providing easy access to multiple SKUs while maintaining efficiency.

Key Features of Push Back Racking

  1. Dynamic Pallet Storage: Push Back Racking allows for the dynamic storage of pallets on both depth and height, optimising available space. The system enables you to store multiple pallets of the same SKU in a single lane.
  2. Efficient Space Utilisation: With its unique design, Push Back Racking eliminates the need for numerous aisles. This results in significantly increased storage density, making it an ideal solution for businesses with limited floor space.
  3. Time and Labor Savings: The “gravity flow” design of Push Back Racking ensures that pallets slide forward for easy retrieval. This not only enhances accessibility but also reduces the time and labor required for material handling.
  4. Customisable Configurations: Tailor the Push Back Racking system to suit your warehouse layout and product specifications. Our customizable configurations offer flexibility, ensuring the system seamlessly integrates into your workflow.

Applications of Push Back Racking

  • Temperature-Controlled Environments: Ideal for cold storage facilities, Push Back Racking efficiently stores perishable goods.
  • Fast-Moving Product Storage: Perfect for industries with a high pallet turnover rate, such as retail distribution centers.
  • Bulk Storage: Optimise your warehouse space by efficiently storing large quantities of the same SKU.

Benefits of Push Back Racking

  • Increased Storage Density: Achieve higher storage capacity compared to traditional systems.
  • Time and Labor Efficiency: Improve efficiency in material handling and reduce the need for extensive aisle space.
  • Enhanced Accessibility: Easily access and retrieve pallets from various depths without disturbing neighboring loads.

Contact us today  to discuss how Push Back Racking solutions from secondhandracking.com can transform your storage space, making it more efficient, accessible, and organised.

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Advantages of this system

  • Accessibility - All lanes can be accessed from the aisle at any time irrespective of the storage level
  • Maintenance costs - Slow or fast movement of loads within lanes, requires little maintenance
  • Applications - This type of system is well suited to the task of load marshalling, allowing up to six loads to be stored in each lane. It’s also great for bulk storage and bulk handling
  • Identification - Each load in the depth can be identified by track-mounted ‘flags’ located on the access face
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Pallet Racking Systems

Adjustable Pallet Racking

This is the most common form of pallet racking. APR is a system of beams clipped into frames.

In general the beams support the pallet but on occasions the pallet is also supported by timber decking, mesh decking or pallet support bars.

find out more
Very Narrow Aisle Racking

Very Narrow Aisle Racking

Very Narrow Aisle Racking is generally used in warehouses which are a little tighter on space.

Using a narrow aisle Forklift truck allows you to access all pallets, lifting higher and working faster than standard counterbalance trucks.

find out more
Drive-In Racking

Drive-in Racking

Drive-in Racking is an ideal system for large quantities of the same type of product. It is a variation to block stacking.

It works on the principle of first in last out so is not particularly good for stock rotation.

find out more
push back racking

Push Back Racking

Push Back Racking systems are designed around the principle of organising space by depth rather than width.

This depth arrangement greatly reduces aisle space and increases storage density.

find out more
shuttle racking

Shuttle Racking

Shuttle Racking is an alternative to Drive In racking or Live Storage Racking.

The idea is that each lane is a single product but unlike drive in racking not all products within the bay need to be the same thus allowing greater density of storage.

find out more

Live Storage Racking

Live Storage Racking is a system where pallets are put onto rollers at one end and they can then run down the rollers to be picked off at the other end.

It is a relatively expensive storage solution but can improve efficiency in many warehouses.

find out more

Mobile Pallet Racking

The Mobile Pallet Racking consist of units of conventional pallet racking mounted on a steel framed base.

This system is installed over guided mobile bases that slide laterally, eliminating the need for aisles.

find out more

Special Racking

Carpets, carpet pads and rolls of vinyl are inefficiently stored on pallets, which is why carpet racks are a much better storage alternative to maximize your valuable floor space. A system that is good for storing rolled up lengths of material such as carpet.

find out more

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Very Narrow Aisle Racking

Very Narrow Aisle Racking

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Very Narrow Aisle Racking

Very Narrow Aisle Racking (VNA) is especially designed to allow very efficient use of your floor space and your height space, helping you increase the capacity of the warehouse without having to expand the floor space.

 

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Features


Aisle Width

1.6 metres

Space

45% Space Utilisation

Access

100% Accessibility

Throughput

High Throughput Speeds

Forklift

Specialist Forklift Options

What is Very Narrow Aisle Racking?

Very Narrow Aisle Racking (VNA) stands as an advanced solution for businesses seeking maximum storage density in limited warehouse space. Engineered with precision, our VNA systems redefine warehouse optimisation by allowing for incredibly narrow aisles and efficient space utilisation.

Contact us to explore how our VNA systems can revolutionize your warehouse capabilities, maximizing storage efficiency and optimizing your operational workflow.

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Why Choose Very Narrow Aisle Racking Systems?

1. Space Optimisation:

Narrow Aisle Racking is specifically designed to make the most of your available space. With reduced aisle width, you can significantly increase your storage capacity without the need for a larger facility.

2. Increased Storage Density:

Our Narrow Aisle Racking systems provide high-density storage, allowing you to store more pallets vertically. This maximises your storage capabilities, making it an ideal solution for businesses with limited square footage.

3. Improved Accessibility:

Despite the reduced aisle width, our Narrow Aisle Racking ensures efficient accessibility. Designed for compatibility with specialized narrow-aisle forklifts, this system guarantees quick and precise retrieval of goods.

4. Customizable Configurations:

Tailor your storage layout to fit your unique needs. Our Narrow Aisle Racking options come with customisable configurations, allowing you to create a system that seamlessly integrates into your workflow and space constraints.

5. Enhanced Efficiency and Productivity:

Narrow Aisle Racking is synonymous with streamlined operations. Experience faster retrieval times, reduced handling errors, and an overall boost in warehouse productivity with our space-efficient solutions.

Why Choose Secondhandracking.com

  • Industry Expertise: Benefit from our extensive industry expertise. We understand the unique challenges your business faces and offer tailored solutions that address your specific needs.
  • Quality Assurance: Trust in the quality of our products. Each Narrow Aisle Racking system undergoes rigorous testing to meet and exceed industry standards, ensuring a reliable and durable storage solution.

Advantages of this system

  • Enables high-density storage utilizing floor area and roof height
  • Store pallets close together by reducing aisle widths up to 50% and store high
  • 100% accessibility to every pallet stored with narrow aisle trucks
  • Damage rate reduction, narrow aisle trucks are often guided by wire or rail
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Pallet Racking Systems

Adjustable Pallet Racking

This is the most common form of pallet racking. APR is a system of beams clipped into frames.

In general the beams support the pallet but on occasions the pallet is also supported by timber decking, mesh decking or pallet support bars.

find out more
Very Narrow Aisle Racking

Very Narrow Aisle Racking

Very Narrow Aisle Racking is generally used in warehouses which are a little tighter on space.

Using a narrow aisle Forklift truck allows you to access all pallets, lifting higher and working faster than standard counterbalance trucks.

find out more
Drive-In Racking

Drive-in Racking

Drive-in Racking is an ideal system for large quantities of the same type of product. It is a variation to block stacking.

It works on the principle of first in last out so is not particularly good for stock rotation.

find out more
push back racking

Push Back Racking

Push Back Racking systems are designed around the principle of organising space by depth rather than width.

This depth arrangement greatly reduces aisle space and increases storage density.

find out more
shuttle racking

Shuttle Racking

Shuttle Racking is an alternative to Drive In racking or Live Storage Racking.

The idea is that each lane is a single product but unlike drive in racking not all products within the bay need to be the same thus allowing greater density of storage.

find out more

Live Storage Racking

Live Storage Racking is a system where pallets are put onto rollers at one end and they can then run down the rollers to be picked off at the other end.

It is a relatively expensive storage solution but can improve efficiency in many warehouses.

find out more

Mobile Pallet Racking

The Mobile Pallet Racking consist of units of conventional pallet racking mounted on a steel framed base.

This system is installed over guided mobile bases that slide laterally, eliminating the need for aisles.

find out more

Special Racking

Carpets, carpet pads and rolls of vinyl are inefficiently stored on pallets, which is why carpet racks are a much better storage alternative to maximize your valuable floor space. A system that is good for storing rolled up lengths of material such as carpet.

find out more

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Adjustable Pallet Racking within a distribution centre containing pallets of stock

Adjustable Pallet Racking

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Adjustable Pallet Racking

Adjustable pallet racking is the most common form of pallet racking. This dynamic system can be altered and reconfigured to suit your business and warehouse requirements.

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Features


Aisle Width

1.6-5.0 metres

Space

Depends on Truck

Access

100% Accessibility

Throughput

High Throughput Speeds

Forklift

Various Forklift Options

What is Adjustable Pallet Racking (APR)?

Adjustable Pallet Racking (APR) is a versatile and efficient storage solution designed for maximising warehouse space utilisation and facilitating streamlined inventory management. With its robust construction and adjustable features, APR is suitable for a wide range of industries, offering adaptability to various load sizes and storage configurations.

APR is equipped with easily adjustable beam levels, allowing users to customise the racking system to accommodate different pallet sizes. This flexibility ensures optimal space utilisation based on specific storage needs, and with it’s modular design it allows for easy assembly and reconfiguration. This adaptability ensures that the racking system can evolve with changing storage demands, providing a scalable solution for growing businesses.

Applications:

  • Warehousing and Distribution Centers
  • Manufacturing Facilities
  • Retail and Wholesale Operations
  • Logistics and Supply Chain Management

To discuss how our Adjustable Pallet Racking solutions can elevate your storage capabilities. Join countless businesses that have chosen secondhandracking.com for adaptable, high-performance storage solutions.

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Key Features of Adjustable Pallet Racking

  1. Adjustable Beam Levels: APR is equipped with easily adjustable beam levels, allowing users to customise the racking system to accommodate different pallet sizes. This flexibility ensures optimal space utilisation based on specific storage needs.
  2. Heavy-Duty Construction: Crafted from high-quality, durable steel, APR is engineered to withstand heavy loads. The robust construction provides stability and longevity, making it suitable for industrial environments with demanding storage requirements.
  3. Modular Design: APR’s modular design allows for easy assembly and reconfiguration. This adaptability ensures that the racking system can evolve with changing storage demands, providing a scalable solution for growing businesses.
  4. Safety Features: Safety is a top priority with APR. The system includes safety components such as beam connectors, locking pins, and load stops to secure pallets and prevent accidents during loading and unloading operations.
  5. Corrosion-Resistant Finish: APR is coated with a corrosion-resistant finish, protecting the system from environmental elements and ensuring a longer lifespan. This feature is particularly valuable in warehouses with varying temperature and humidity conditions.
  6. Compatible with Material Handling Equipment: APR is designed to be compatible with various material handling equipment, including forklifts and pallet jacks. This compatibility enhances efficiency in material handling operations.

Advantages of this system

  • Adaptable (can be used on any type of unit load or forklift truck)
  • Accessible (allows immediate access to all unit loads and/or references stored)
  • Dynamic (it is easily assembled and/or disassembled, and the components can be easily replaced and/or added)
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Pallet Racking Systems

Adjustable Pallet Racking

This is the most common form of pallet racking. APR is a system of beams clipped into frames.

In general the beams support the pallet but on occasions the pallet is also supported by timber decking, mesh decking or pallet support bars.

find out more
Very Narrow Aisle Racking

Very Narrow Aisle Racking

Very Narrow Aisle Racking is generally used in warehouses which are a little tighter on space.

Using a narrow aisle Forklift truck allows you to access all pallets, lifting higher and working faster than standard counterbalance trucks.

find out more
Drive-In Racking

Drive-in Racking

Drive-in Racking is an ideal system for large quantities of the same type of product. It is a variation to block stacking.

It works on the principle of first in last out so is not particularly good for stock rotation.

find out more
push back racking

Push Back Racking

Push Back Racking systems are designed around the principle of organising space by depth rather than width.

This depth arrangement greatly reduces aisle space and increases storage density.

find out more
shuttle racking

Shuttle Racking

Shuttle Racking is an alternative to Drive In racking or Live Storage Racking.

The idea is that each lane is a single product but unlike drive in racking not all products within the bay need to be the same thus allowing greater density of storage.

find out more

Live Storage Racking

Live Storage Racking is a system where pallets are put onto rollers at one end and they can then run down the rollers to be picked off at the other end.

It is a relatively expensive storage solution but can improve efficiency in many warehouses.

find out more

Mobile Pallet Racking

The Mobile Pallet Racking consist of units of conventional pallet racking mounted on a steel framed base.

This system is installed over guided mobile bases that slide laterally, eliminating the need for aisles.

find out more

Special Racking

Carpets, carpet pads and rolls of vinyl are inefficiently stored on pallets, which is why carpet racks are a much better storage alternative to maximize your valuable floor space. A system that is good for storing rolled up lengths of material such as carpet.

find out more

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Drive-In Racking

Drive-In Racking

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Drive-In Racking

Drive-in racking is the ideal solution for storing large quantities of similar pallets. The system provides safe block stacking, increasing your storage space utilisation considerably.

RACKING ENQUIRIESONLINE DESIGN TOOL

Features


Aisle Width

3-4 metres

Space

85% Space Utilisation

Access

Pallet Accessibility Reduced

Throughput

Low Throughput Speeds

Forklift

Conventional Forklift Options

What is Drive-In Racking?

Drive-In racking is an ideal system for large quantities of the same type of product. It works on the principle of first in last out so is not particularly good for stock rotation. It is often possible to in practice double the racking capacity of a conventional pallet racking system.

It is a variation to block stacking. Sharing many of the same characteristics in that you have to move the last pallet to get to the next to last pallet etc. Drive-in racking can be used instead of block stacking where the pallets are likely to crush one another when stacked on top of each other.

Drive-In racking is often referred to as Deep storage which was a Dexion trade name. Drive-In racking is constructed from a collection of frames not joined together by beams hence there is a large unsupported strut especially in higher installation. Attached to these frames are rails on which the edge of the pallets sit on.

Why Choose Drive-In Pallet Racking?

  1. High-Density Storage: Drive-In Pallet Racking eliminates the need for aisles between racks, allowing for the coslidation of storage space. Experience unmatched storage density, making it an ideal solution for bulk storage of similar products.
  2. Last-In, First-Out (LIFO) System: Following the Last-In, First-Out (LIFO) inventory management system, Drive-In Racking is perfect for goods with a low turnover rate or those requiring longer storage durations.
  3. Customisable Configurations: Tailor the Drive-In Pallet Racking system to fit your specific requirements. Our customizable configurations allow you to adapt the system to your warehouse layout, product specifications, and workflow needs.
  4. Durable Construction: Crafted from robust materials, our Drive-In Pallet Racking systems are built to withstand heavy loads, providing long-term durability. Invest with confidence in a storage solution designed to stand the test of time.

Applications of Drive-In Pallet Racking:

  • Cold Storage: Ideal for temperature-controlled environments, Drive-In Pallet Racking efficiently stores perishable goods.
  • Bulk Storage: Perfect for businesses dealing with large quantities of similar products, such as manufacturing and distribution centers.
  • Warehousing: Optimise your warehouse space with Drive-In Pallet Racking for efficient storage of palletised goods.

Benefits of Drive-In Pallet Racking:

  • Maximised Storage Capacity: Achieve the highest storage density with Drive-In Pallet Racking, a cost-effective solution for businesses with limited space.
  • Reduced Aisle Requirements: Eliminate the need for multiple aisles, allowing for more racking and less floor space, maximising storage efficiency.
  • Improved Stability: With its robust design, Drive-In Pallet Racking provides stability for heavy loads, ensuring the safety of your stored goods.

Contact us today  to discuss how our Drive-In Pallet Racking solutions can transform your warehouse into a high-density storage powerhouse.

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Advantages of this system

  • Provides a very high storage density and maximises space
  • Each pallet is supported individually so damage from crushing is eliminated
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Pallet Racking Systems

Adjustable Pallet Racking

This is the most common form of pallet racking. APR is a system of beams clipped into frames.

In general the beams support the pallet but on occasions the pallet is also supported by timber decking, mesh decking or pallet support bars.

find out more
Very Narrow Aisle Racking

Very Narrow Aisle Racking

Very Narrow Aisle Racking is generally used in warehouses which are a little tighter on space.

Using a narrow aisle Forklift truck allows you to access all pallets, lifting higher and working faster than standard counterbalance trucks.

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Drive-In Racking

Drive-in Racking

Drive-in Racking is an ideal system for large quantities of the same type of product. It is a variation to block stacking.

It works on the principle of first in last out so is not particularly good for stock rotation.

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push back racking

Push Back Racking

Push Back Racking systems are designed around the principle of organising space by depth rather than width.

This depth arrangement greatly reduces aisle space and increases storage density.

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shuttle racking

Shuttle Racking

Shuttle Racking is an alternative to Drive In racking or Live Storage Racking.

The idea is that each lane is a single product but unlike drive in racking not all products within the bay need to be the same thus allowing greater density of storage.

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Live Storage Racking

Live Storage Racking is a system where pallets are put onto rollers at one end and they can then run down the rollers to be picked off at the other end.

It is a relatively expensive storage solution but can improve efficiency in many warehouses.

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Mobile Pallet Racking

The Mobile Pallet Racking consist of units of conventional pallet racking mounted on a steel framed base.

This system is installed over guided mobile bases that slide laterally, eliminating the need for aisles.

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Special Racking

Carpets, carpet pads and rolls of vinyl are inefficiently stored on pallets, which is why carpet racks are a much better storage alternative to maximize your valuable floor space. A system that is good for storing rolled up lengths of material such as carpet.

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