Aceally Warehouse Steel Heavy Duty Drive-In Pallet Racking System
The drive in rack or through type pallet rack is composed of a group of connected doors. The height can be customized according to the site, up to 10 meters. There is no aisle in the middle, and the forklift can directly access the goods between the columns. This design eliminates the need for beams to support the pallets so they do not block forklift access, the pallets are supported by pallet rails that extend from the front to the end of each tier.
High Density Last In, First out Management System
Increased Storage Density Drive-In pallet rack systems are a cost effective solution to high-density storage needs.
* Drive in racking system
, special emphasis in the selection of the appropriate uprights and other supports structures is essential
Features & Advantages
• Prevent the pallets colliding with the sides of the racking structure.
• Allow lift trucks to be equipped with side wheels so that they are centralized when moving inside storage aisles
• Available OEM design
• Leveling of the shelving system
• Uniform loading
* Drive in racking system can store up to 75% more pallets
in the same size space than the Selective Pallet Racking System, it depends on your application, but it requires fewer aisles.
* It is designed for store few varieties and large quantities of similar goods with maximum space utilization, goods are stores and removes from the same side, or from the opposite side in accordance with 'First-in, First-Out
' Principle, It is especially suitable for standard goods units.
* The trucks drive into the racking to load or unload goods, retrieve pallets, which are stored on cantilevered rails running through out the system. The First pallet in is the last one out FILO(First-in, Last-Out) system
, unless a Drive-Through system is used whereby pallets can be loaded or retrieved from either side.
* The forklift trucks drive in the tracks on the shelves specially designed to support the pallet along the pallet sides.Stacking often up to 10 meters high and 4 or 5, but sometimes more than 10 deep
. This system can provide a very dense storage capacity, often low in access and rotation of products. As the truck enters the shelves, special precautions apply to ensure design compatibility between truck, pallet and load the racks.