Pallet Racking and Warehouse Racking

Shelf Space - Delivering the right storage solution for your business.

All pallet racking systems need to be designed to accommodate the type of handling equipment used and load capacity required. We can work with you and advise you every step of the way to ensure you have the pallet racking solution you require.

Here you will find a selection of options that we offer a free pallet racking design service for you. We will help you to select the right type of racking dependent on the following considerations:

  • The type of goods you want to store.
  • The amount of warehouse floor space available for the racking installation.
  • The speed of throughput.
  • The type of pallet handling equipment used.

Wide Aisle Warehouse Pallet Racking: Easily Installed, cost effective and versatile adjustable beam racking is the most widely used of pallet storage systems and allows 100% direct access to each pallet stored. With adjustable beam, racking can be re-configured to accommodate changes in the type of goods stored and wide aisles allow access by all types of truck, making specialised handling equipment unnecessary.

Narrow Aisle Pallet Racking: By allowing fork lift trucks to operate in aisles of up to half the width required in conventional adjustable beam pallet racking. Narrow aisle racking makes excellent use of floor space and maximizes the height at which goods can be stacked. Using specialised lift trucks in either 'man-down' or 'man-up' variants, narrow aisle racking is precision designed for safe, efficient load handling within tight confines of these space- efficient aisles.

Double Deep Pallet Racking:  A variant on standard adjustable beam racking, as the name implies, allows pallets to be stored two deep but still accessible from the same aisle. By reducing the number of access aisle and using the space saved to accommodate additional racking, a double deep configuration provides a highly space efficient storage system.

Push Back Pallet Racking: Push-Back racking is amongst the most space and time efficient pallet storage systems available. Pallets are loaded in sequence onto wheeled carts or rollers and are pushed back along inclined beds. Pallets can be stored up to 6 deep and when a load is retrieved the remaining pallets roll forward into position at the picking face. Selectivity is 'First in, Last out' and with each product having a dedicated lane, dynamic push back racking is particularly useful in marshalling areas and for bulk storage and handling.

Powered Mobile Pallet Racking: Pallet racking can be easily configured for space saving mobile storage. With the racking mounted on mobile chassis which move along guide tracks set into the floor, the floor space for only one 'moving' operating aisle is required to access all pallet locations. Operation is simple with chassis moving in cascade sequence until the selected aisle is opened, all from a single push of a button. The system application is powered by efficient, Industry standard electric motors for maximum reliability.

Pallet Live Racking: Pallets are loaded onto dedicated lanes of Inclined gravity rollers which are set at a fixed gradient. When a load is taken from the picking face, the next pallet rolls forward into position, with replenishment stock loaded at the opposite upper end of the lane. Working on a first in, first out basis dynamic live storage racking provides extremely high levels of density in a given area and provides automatic stock rotation with a minimum of fork lift truck movements required to handle the flow of goods.

Shuttle Pallet Racking: Shuttle storage is an alternative to Drive In, Push Back or Pallet Live  racking systems. These systems, though efficient are limited by the length of the storage lane that can be practically achieved. The shuttle storage system overcomes this by storing pallets within a system that can operate to greater depths. The racking features guide/supports rails which run the depth of the rack structure on which an automated shuttle travels. Pallets are loaded onto a shuttle at the front of the lane, which transports the pallet down to the other end. The shuttle movements are sent via a remote controller allowing the forklift truck driver to be released to other tasks while the shuttle is in operates. The shuttle is easily moved between lanes by a standard forklift truck.

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Conventional 'Wide Aisle' Pallet Racking Conventional 'Wide Aisle' Pallet Racking