Pallet stor is a heavy duty pallet racking system designed for the storage palletised goods. Our pallet racking has been used by several high profile businesses is available in a variety of guises whose basic premis is the high density storage of goods based on the pick rates required for any given business.
Conventional Warehouse Pallet Racking
Conventional warehouse pallet racking is probably the simplest variant requiring uniform aisle widths serviced with conventional fork trucks which lift pallets onto a pair of parallel beams, utilising the pallet as the storage and transport platform.
This method of pallet storage can be expanded upon to greater levels of density. Narrow aisle and very narrow aisle pallet racking substantially increase pallet density but require a more sophisticated fork truck requiring in some instances wire guidance or guide rails to enable operation in a more confined space.
Deepstor – Efficienct use of Warehouse Space
Deepstor pallet racking aptly describes its function. This system basically block stacks in depth and height the pallets to provide the most efficient use of warehouse space, the trade off being that the first pallet in will inevitably be the last pallet out and involves the fork truck physically going in to the racking system to retrieve the pallet.
Push Back Pallet Racking
Push back pallet racking operates in a similar fashion except the pallets are pushed in on a carriage and are held in position by the pallet that goes in afterwards, when that pallet is pulled from the system the previous pallet then rolls forward and is ready for picking.
Flowbed Racking Storage
Flowbed pallet racking is also a very high density form of pallet storage but requires the pallet to be put in at one end of the system but then gravity forces the pallet to the other end of the system allowing for the first pallet in to be the first pallet out, this system is more important if stock rotation is a prime consideration.
Mobile Pallet Racking
Mobile pallet racking is probably the most dense storage option which maintains ease of picking with a conventional fork truck, these systems are powered and require the pallet racking to be mounted on carriages running on recessed guide rails.
Compliance on Many Levels
All the pallet racking systems available from Compact Storage Ltd benefit from FEM compliance and conform to the SEMA code of practice. Compact storage also operate ISO9001 Quality Assurance and ISO14001 Environmental Accreditation