Pallet racking, also known as beam racking, or cargo racking, is usually heavy duty storage racking, the most common storage racking system in the country. First of all, it is necessary to carry out the packing unit work, that is, to group the characteristics of goods packaging and weight, determine the type, specification, and size of the pallet, as well as the single weight and stacking height (single weight of goods is generally within 2000kg), and then determine the span, depth, and layer spacing of the unit rack shelf. The height of the heavy duty pallet racks is determined by the effective height under the roof frame of the warehouse and the maximum fork height of the forklift.
The span of unit pallet rack shelving is generally within 4m, the depth is within 1.5m, and the height of low and high warehouses is generally within 12m, If need more than 12m of warehouse pallet rack, there need two connected connectors. In this kind of rack warehouse, the low and high rack warehouses mostly use the forward-type battery forklift, the balanced heavy battery forklift, and the three-way forklift to access the operation. When the warehouse pallet racks are short, the electric stacker can also be used, and the ultra-high warehouse uses the stacker to access the operation.
This kind of warehouse pallet rack system has a high space utilization rate, flexible and convenient access, supplemented by computer management or control, and can basically meet the requirements of modern logistics systems. Widely used in manufacturing, third-party logistics and distribution centers, and other fields, it is suitable for multiple varieties of small-batch items, but also suitable for a few varieties of large-batch items. This kind of pallet rack shelving is most used in high and ultra-high warehouses (most warehouse racks in automated warehouses use this kind of system).