Industrial Warehouse Racking System

The industrial warehouse racking system is a robust and versatile storage solution designed to handle heavy loads and optimize space utilization in large-scale warehousing environments. The racking system for warehouses is engineered to provide efficient storage and easy access to goods, enhancing inventory management and operational productivity.

With the rapid development of e-commerce enterprises and logistics, a large range of logistics warehousing and inventory centers have been established, so fully optimizing the storage space has become a top priority. To solve this problem, we provide automatic warehousing systems and material handling solutions. The warehouse shelf system industry has been progressing and developing, with the current multi-functional, flexible and high compatibility characteristics. There are many classification methods for different types of warehouse industrial shelf systems, and different shelf systems are used. Refer to project cases and browse warehouse shelf systems in different industries.

Types of Industrial Racking Systems

Selective Industrial Pallet Racking
• Description: The most common racking system, offers direct access to each pallet.
• Use Case: Ideal for warehouses with a wide range of products and varying inventory turnover rates.
• Features: Adjustable beam levels, suitable for single or double deep configurations, compatible with most forklift types.

Drive-In/Drive-Through Racking
• Description: High-density system allowing forklifts to drive directly into the rack structure.
• Use Case: Best for storing large quantities of homogeneous products.
• Features: Drive-in has a single entry/exit, drive-through has entry/exit points at both ends, high storage density, suitable for FILO inventory systems.
Drive In Pallet Racks
Pallet Flow Racking
• Description: Utilizes gravity rollers to move pallets from the loading end to the picking end.
• Use Case: Ideal for first-in, first-out (FIFO) inventory management.
• Features: High-density storage, reduces handling time, efficient stock rotation.

Mezzanine Racking
• Description: Creates additional storage space by utilizing vertical space.
• Use Case: Suitable for warehouses with high ceilings needing extra storage or office space.
• Features: Customizable, can support heavy loads, often used with other racking systems

Double Deep Racking
• Description: A variation of selective racking where pallets are stored two deep.
• Use Case: Suitable for high-density storage needs with fewer product SKUs.
• Features: Requires double-deep reach trucks, reduces aisle space, and increases storage density.

Push Back Racking
• Description: Pallets are loaded from the front and pushed back on inclined rails.
• Use Case: Suitable for high-density storage with a first-in, last-out (FILO) inventory system.
• Features: Multiple pallet depth storage (typically 2-6 pallets deep), high-density storage, efficient use of space.

Cantilever Racking
• Description: Consists of vertical columns and horizontal arms for storing long, bulky items.
• Use Case: Best for items like lumber, pipes, and steel bars.
• Features: Adjustable arms, open-front design, suitable for light to heavy loads.

Carton Flow Racking
• Description: Uses gravity feed rear-load design for small item storage.
• Use Case: Ideal for high-volume order picking operations.
• Features: Efficient space utilization, FIFO inventory system, inclined shelves.
Carton Live Storage Flow Rack

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Features of Industrial Warehouse Racking Systems

Project engineering

There is a professional technical team to conduct research on actual application sites, etc., to provide customers with a one-stop solution.

Optimized Space Utilization

Maximizes vertical and horizontal space, increasing storage capacity.

Load Handling

Load Capacity: Designed to handle heavy loads, typically ranging from hundreds to thousands of kilograms per level.

Adjustability: Beam levels can be adjusted to accommodate different pallet sizes.

Customization and Scalability

Modular Design: Allows for easy expansion and reconfiguration.

Accessories: Additional components like dividers, labels, and safety nets for specific needs.

Improved Inventory Management

Organized storage allows for easier inventory tracking and management.

Increased Efficiency

Facilitates quick and easy access to products, reducing handling time.

Enhanced Safety

Designed to safely store products and protect personnel and equipment.

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