Conventional pallet racking
The Conventional Pallet Racking storage system is the most common way to store palletised goods. This solution is recommended for storing mixed goods, access to pallets being made through suitably sized corridors according to the handling equipment. If circumstances so require, this storage system can also be configured with double-deep depth.
Drive-in pallet racking
The Drive-In rack system is designed to maximize storage space, resulting in a high density of pallets per cubic meter. The pallets are stored in a 2-block system, generally requiring only one operating lane. Thus, the surface available can be used much more efficiently, as opposed to accessing pallet rack shelving solutions. Drive-in rack storage is the perfect choice for warehouses with of cargo of the same kind.
Types of Drive-In Storage systems:
The Radio Shuttle system is a semi-automatic storage system based on the Drive-In principle, bringing a big plus in reducing the time spent to load and unload the pallets.
This is done with the help of an automatic trolley that can move independently on its rails inside the shelf, thus no longer needing a forklift to work inside the storage channels. The operator performs all the pallet storage and extraction procedures with a simple remote control.
Pallet live storage
This system operates based on the force of gravity, being driven by the own weight of the pallet, which moves on a roller guide conceived in an inclined plane. It is especially useful to store the same type of cargo, in the form of pallets, in the FIFO system (first in – first out). The pallets are stored on one side of the channel and slide due to the force of gravity on rolling inclined lanes to the picking area. This type of storage is often used in the food industry or for the storage of intermediate components in production units, requiring only two operating lanes – for storage and picking.
High Bay racking
The High-Bay storage system is part of the project category that requires special analysis and sizing conditions. Particular attention is needed both at the time of manufacture as well as during assembling, as it is very important that positioning and flatness are perfect. For storing and picking up pallets, this storage system requires the use of cranes. They run on rails mounted on the floor and are guided at the mast for greater stability when handling.
Mobile Pallet Racking
The Mobile Shelving System is made up of a Pallet-Rack system mounted on a mobile base which allows opening and closing of the working lanes. This rack system is ideal for warehouses where we have a limited and expensive space, such as cold storage, but where easy access to each pallet is still required. The mobile rack system offers the possibility of minimizing the work corridors, thus the storage space is used at maximum capacity.