Static Pallet Racking | Engineered Pallet Racking
Selective rack is the most universal, simplest, and most economical type of pallet racking. It allows direct and individual access to each pallet, and is ideal for quick turnover. If your warehouse stores palletized products with a wide range of SKU’s, selective racking is your solution. Additionally, structural selective racking can be used in the construction of rack-supported warehouses, which do not require the existence of a building prior to construction.
Options — wire decking, waterfall decking, lay-in decking, footplates, shims, row spacers, wall ties, column protectors, guard rails
Double deep is a way of configuring selective racking to gain floor space when a great number of pallets must be stored. One row of rack is placed behind another and a deep-reach forklift is used. It is ideal for LIFO inventory.
Cantilever racking is especially safe, efficient, easily accessible, and useful for storing long, bulky material. Some examples: coils, channels, rounds, lumber, furniture, carpet, vinyl flooring, metal and plastic sheets. As an option to standard racking, cantilevered end frames can save on damage to racking and equipment.
NA and VNA racking is selective pallet racking in a tighter configuration. It can typically reduce aisles by 25% or more, which at minimum doubles storage capacity. Access is typically gained by wire-guided or rail-guided reach-truck systems.
Some ideal uses: