Heavy duty warehouse storage racks are necessary equipment for storing goods, which can allow the warehouse to accommodate more goods, and at the same time, the efficiency of accessing goods can also be greatly improved. Heavy duty metal storage racks are mainly divided into several access methods, namely manual access, forklift access, and automated access. When using a forklift to store and store goods, it may collide with the warehouse storage rack due to improper operation and other reasons. Do storage racks need to be equipped with anti-collision pallet rack safety barries?
Generally speaking, the heavy duty warehouse storage racks that use forklifts to store and store goods will be designed with anti-collision pallet rack safety barriers to prevent the forklifts from directly colliding with the storage racks. Common selective pallet racks, drive in pallet racks, double deep pallet racks, very narrow aisle pallet racks, etc., will be equipped with guardrails or column protection to prevent improper operation of forklifts from directly colliding with the pallet rack columns.
Anti-collision pallet rack safety barriers and anti-collision rack upright protectors are protective objects to prevent the industrial storage racks heavy duty from being hit when using forklifts, and many types of storage racks can be used. Since the forklift used to store the goods is likely to hit the edge of the storage rack, adding a crash barrier can reduce the impact on the storage rack.
It can be seen that the heavy duty warehouse storage racks will be designed with anti-collision pallet racking safety barriers. In order to use safety, anti-collision pallet rack safety barriers or column protection will be designed. Especially for high-level heavy-duty storage racks, it is more secure to take protective measures to use them safely. Some customers will not do protection in order to save this small part of the cost, which is not desirable, and the cost of repairing the damaged heavy duty racks for storage is higher.
Post time: 06-15-2022