Pallet Rack Help page
Pallet Rack Diagrams
To help you to identify the type pallet rack or shelving system you have, or give you an idea of how different brands of pallet rack systems are made and assembled, we have provided several sheets of diagrams identifying brand and style. The diagrams are in PDF format to be printer friendly. You will need Adobe Reader to view these diagrams.
3-Deep 3 High Drive-in Rack Diagram
3-Deep 5 High Drive-in Rack Diagram
4-Deep 3 High Drive-in Rack Diagram
Photo Gallery of Pallet Rack, Drive-in Rack, and Carton Flow Rack applications
Pallet Rack: Configurations
Selectivity vs. Storage Density: choosing the right rack style for your application
There are a variety of configurations for storage rack, all which achieve different levels of selectivity and storage density. RackSmart can provide you a variety of rack configurations for your storage needs including selective, push back and flow rack. The basic configuration styles are: Selective, Drive-in, Double-deep, Push back racks and Carton Flow storage racks.
This versatile choice provides 100% selectivity to every load. You can always access every pallet. However, they require numerous aisles and result in lower storage density than some other alternatives. For faster moving product, and the best access, selective racks are the system of choice.
Selective racks require aisle space but deliver maximum access to stored pallets.
Drive-in, double-deep, and push back rack
These systems are designed to store pallets two, three, or more deep. These kinds of rack systems offer greater storage density than selective racks, but less selectivity. They are "last-in, first-out" systems with reduced selectivity, and great product density. For items that will have longer life in storage, and don't require immediate access, these systems are an excellent solution.
Drive-in, Double-Deep and Push back racks offer greater storage density at the cost of accessibility.
Flow storage rack
Unsurpassed storage density is the key strength of flow rack systems. They are limited only by the size of your facility. Flow storage systems offer automatic "first-in, first-out" product rotation, an advantage with perishable and time-sensitive products.
Flow storage is the ultimate in high density storage, with the product access limited to the front of the system).
We also have access to 1,000's of bays of pallet rack of various sizes and brands.
Please call us at 770-689-9317 for your racking needs. Email us at email@example.com