What are the characteristics of pallet racks?
Pallet racks are the most widely used palletized cargo storage and retrieval systems, with strong versatility. Each pallet of goods can be accessed individually, which is convenient and quick. After use, the height of the beam can be adjusted at will, the number of layers of the beam can be increased, and the flexibility is strong, especially suitable for customers who often change the size of the pallet rack
The characteristics of pallet racks are more obvious, mainly in the following points:
The pallet rack has a large span and a high load. The span (length) of the pallet rack is mainly determined by the size of the pallet. Generally, two conventional pallets can be placed on one layer of the rack. If a single pallet has a huge load (more than 3 tons), only a single pallet can be placed on each layer.
The pallet rack has a stable structure. Due to the high load-bearing requirements of pallet racks, the stability of pallet racks. There are also special requirements. The foot of the pallet rack must be installed with expansion screws to ensure the stability of the pallet rack.
Pallet racks do not require laminates. Generally speaking, pallet racks do not need laminates, just install span beams on the beams, and generally install 2 span beams per pallet position. This saves costs to the greatest extent possible.
The number of layers of pallet racks can be customized. The number of layers of pallet racks can be determined according to the height of the warehouse, the height of each pallet space and other conditions. There is no need for beams on the bottom layer, and the tray is placed directly on the ground.
Pallet racks have high utilization rate, flexible and convenient access, supplemented by computer management or control, and pallet racks can basically meet the requirements of modern logistics systems.
Pallet racks are the most commonly used racks, each layer bearing more than 500Kg, called pallet racks. Pallet racks have good picking efficiency and can store heavier items, but with lower storage density.