Posted on 21st June 2018
All warehouses depend on efficient storage systems to manage incoming and outgoing shipments. To most Warehouse Managers the warehouse pallet racking system is one of the most important. Here?s a quick guide to help in selecting warehouse pallet rack systems:
Selective pallet racking is the most common type of warehouse storage racks. All selective racks are made with component pieces that easily fit together. Referred to as teardrop pallet rack, this requires no bolts to assemble.
Uprights are the support columns or frames that hold up individual shelves on the beams. Upright frames are often referred to as ?bays? of pallet racking.
Beams are used to add structure to the levels of shelving. Modern beams include 3- or 4-pin clips that attach to the uprights. Pairs of beams are used to support the loads. The height, length, and number of shelves per bay determine shelf capacity.
Types of pallet rack decking available are wire mesh decks, pallet support bars, solid wood decking, corrugated metal decking and lumber deck.
The sizes of the product stored along with the type of commodity are the two most important factors. Often warehouse pallet rack requires at least 50% open shelving so wire deck is often the most common.
Pallet rack configuration will depend on the size of product and/or pallet to be stored. The overall width, depth, height and weight of the skid or pallet are essential in planning your warehouse.
Racks can be configured in single or double rows and can be in narrow or wide aisles to allow for a more comprehensive solution for your business.
Be certain that there is adequate room between load height of the top pallet and light fixtures, sprinkler heads, and other objects that may exist above racks.
Each rack system has details that signify which brand the racks belong to. Refer to this pallet rack identification guide when buying replacement pieces or selling your pallet racks.
If you want to maximise your warehouse space through the use of second hand or new pallet racking, please don?t hesitate to get in touch with us on 0800 345 7088 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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