SELECTIVE PALLET RACKING
Selective Pallet Racks are the most commonly used pallet storage equipment. Selective racking provides 100% selectivity to every load, since you can always access every pallet. For faster-moving product, and the best access, selective racking is the system of choice. For more info on pallet racking visit our pallet racking page.
Take advantage of vertical storage space with these heavy-gauge tubular steel racks. Stack 4 racks high to expand storage capacity up instead of out in narrow, confined areas. Unit load capacities of a pallet are combined with the product protection and positive alignment of stacking posts. 4-way entry allows access to stored items from all sides. Available with a variety of deck surfaces including 1″ x 6″ deck boards.
Mini-Racking is designed for storing heavy and bulky parts. Its many dimensions, combined with a choice of decking, make it possible to have a custom configuration tailored to your own needs
Standard pallet racking can be designed in conjunction with metal decking to provide sturdy and flexible storage of long rolls of carpeting.
Many areas of the United States are subject to seismic concerns. We can custom design and engineer your storage rack system to be Professional-Engineer-certified for your specific address.
Pushback storage increases the pallet count, while offering many more pick faces than traditional high density storage systems. Pallets are placed on carts that ride on inclined rails mounted to standard pallet racking. Each pallet is then pushed back by when the next pallet is loaded. When product is removed, the pallet behind moves forward.
PALLET FLOW RACKING
Pallet flow racking uses flow rails with speed controls mounted in standard pallet racking to allow pallets to move by gravity from the loading end to the unloading end. As a load is removed, the loads behind it move forward to the unloading position.
Drive-In racking is designed for forklifts to drive directly into the rack to for storage of two or more pallets deep. Because forklifts enter Drive-In racks, these racks are subjected to much more abuse and must be designed accordingly.