LIFO (last in, first out) or FIFO (first in, first out) load methods.
Deep lane storage reduces space usage, cuts costs and holds more loads.
Multiple access aisles eliminated.
Extra control over inputs and outputs.
More storage density instead of the direct access of Pallet Racks.
Specifically designed for your pallets and forklifts.
|Place of Origin
|Guangzhou, China (Mainland)
|Drive in Rack
|Cold Rolled Steel Q235
|Warehouse rack, fit for all cargoes and pallets storage
|500kg to 2000kg per layer
|Heavy Duty Rack
|Electrostatic Powder Coating
|Professional CAD drawing(for free)
|0.8mm to 2.5mm, customized
|6000 Set/Sets per Month
|No MOQ limitation
|3 years warranty
|Depends on the quantity, normally will be 7 days
With a drive in pallet rack design, the forklift enters the rack from one side to pick up or pull out the pallet, and the pallet slides backward on the continuous guide rail. The forklift must drive into the rack to access two or more deep pallets.
(The drive in rack will be closed at one end of the rack, while the straight through rack will allow forklift operators to literally see through the entire rack system.) Pallets are stored back to back, which makes you incredibly dense.
Although selectivity may be affected, it does require fewer channels and cube storage is better. Since fewer aisles are required, drive in racks allow you to store up to 75% of the racks compared to selective racks.
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