How to solve your industrial racking problemsJuly 30, 2014 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Racking is a storage structure, similar to shelving, that demands holding a higher amount of mass. A rack is constructed with frames and beams, which is designed to hold a larger capacity of weight.
Help lighten the load for your business’ racking, pallet and material handling and storage challenges with these five racking solutions.
Solution 1: Choose the path of least resistance
Pallet racking is considered to be the most common racking method. Designed with horizontal rows using multiple levels, pallets (also known as skids) are built to store material handling supplies. The rack bays are joined with row spaces and installed back-to-back to increase stability.
Solution 2: Sometimes, size does matter
Storing cumbersome tubing or cylinders are no longer a pipe dream. Opt for cantilever racking for your long, wide or custom-sized objects.
Choose this racking option to eliminate products from dislodging by fastening them to the end of the racking column so it protrudes up and outwards at an angle unobstructed from objects.
Solution 3: If the budget is tight, be selective with racking options
Selective racking is an economical option that stores pallets vertically deep from the aisle. Choose this cost-effective method as an ideal way to efficiently save both floor space and money.
Solution 4: Be structured in your racking decision-making
Structural pallet racking packs a powerful punch: its weight-bearing strength is increased with the help of bolted horizontal load beams.
An added bonus of this particular racking method is the simultaneous feature of supporting the roof and encasing the building’s structure, which eliminates the need to have vertical supporting I-beams.
Solution 5: Go with the flow
Carton Flow, commonly also known as gravity or dynamic flow, is a pallet racking system that considers depth space by using an inclined conveyor to seamlessly move pallet or totes down a sloped path. The need for speed can be controlled by using complex motion and breaking systems to steer the pallet.
Econo-Rack and Storage Equipment stacks high against the North American competition in the pallet racking industry since 1987.
Whether your business is looking for industrial shelving, material handling, storage or racking needs, Econo-Rack can quickly and easily solve any industrial storage, pallet truck and racking needs at a low cost and high quality.
Stop shelving your racking needs off to the side. Get in touch with us so that we can deliver just the right solution for your unique business challenge. Visit us today at www.econorack.com.