Pallet racking is used to store unitized palletized goods and is operated with the help of aisle-type stacking machines and other storage and transportation machinery. The high-level shelves generally adopt an integral structure, which is connected by components such as steel welded shelf plates (with pallets), horizontal and vertical tie rods, and cross beams. The gap on the side is considered for the accuracy of the original position of the goods, the stopping accuracy of the stacker, and the installation accuracy of the stacker and shelves. The width of the goods support must be greater than the side gap to prevent the goods from being unsupported on one side.
Using a free combination method, it is easy to dismantle and move, and the beam position can be arbitrarily adjusted according to the height of the stacked goods. It can also be called adjustable pallet racking.
Storage pallet rack, also commonly known as beam racking or position racking, is usually a heavy-duty rack and is the most common in various storage rack systems. Firstly, unitization work must be carried out, that is, the characteristics such as the packaging and weight of the goods are grouped together to determine the type, specifications, size, as well as the unit load capacity and stacking height of the pallets. Then, the span, depth, and layer spacing of the unit rack are determined, and the height of the rack is determined based on the effective height of the warehouse roof and the maximum fork height of the forklift. The unit shelf span is generally within 4m, the depth is within 1.5m, and the height of the low and high level warehouse racks is generally within 12m. The height of the super-high warehouse racks is generally within 30m (most of such warehouses are automated warehouses, and the total height of the shelves is composed of several sections of columns within 12m). In such warehouses, the low and high-level warehouses mostly use front-moving electric forklifts, counterbalanced electric forklifts, and three-way forklifts for storage and access operations. Electric stackers can also be used when the shelves are shorter, and stackers can be used for storage and access operations in super-high warehouse.
This kind of warehouse racking solutions have a high space utilization rate, flexible and convenient storage and access, and coupled with computer management or control, it can basically meet the requirements of modern logistics systems.
Pallet racking has a high utilization rate, flexible and convenient storage and access, and coupled with computer management or control, bulk pallet racking can basically meet the requirements of modern logistics systems.
Pallet racking is widely used in manufacturing, third-party logistics, and distribution centers, and is suitable for both multi-variety small batch goods and few-variety large batch goods. Pallet rackings are most commonly used in high-level and super-high-level warehouses, and are divided into and gravity racks for pallets and drive in pallet racking for sale .
This is a combined structure with adjustable layer height. Equipped with various models of forklifts and pallets, the forklift can directly enter the storage area of each column of the rack for operation, suitable for the storage and retrieval of large quantities of goods with few varieties. It can fully utilize the warehouse area.
It is a combined structure that designs a certain slope for the rack aisle. Under the action of gravity, the pallet slides from the inlet end to the outlet end. The pallets are first in and first out, suitable for the storage and retrieval of large quantities of goods with few varieties, with high space utilization rate.