Warehouse Storage Steel Drive in Racking is used for forklift to drive into the channel and access pallets, which is widely used in industry of small variety but large quantities. It is suggested that there should be no more than 7 pallet positions depth because forklift truck needs entering into the rack to pick up or out goods. Guide rails can be selected if you want to improve forlift driving speed.
Warehouse Storage Steel Drive in Racking is an often-used and dense storage system. Compared with normal pallet racking, it has more space utilization. Forklift needs to drive though the aisles to pick up and load goods. Goods are stored and moved out from the same side, or done from the opposite side in accordance with the FIFO principle, which is especially suitable for standard goods units.
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Q235B Cold-roll Steel
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Features of the Warehouse Storage Steel Drive In Racking:
Warehouse Storage Steel Drive in Racking is also called corridor-type racking with composite structure, specialized high-intensity drive-in brackets and high-strength drive-in beam. Frames are connected to top beams by bolts & nuts. It has high-rate space utilization which is almost twice higher than that of Pallet Racking. Shelves can effectively use the floor space, greatly reducing the cost of warehouse construction. The drive-in racking should be equipped with back, top cross beams, etc. to stabilize the racks. This type of racking is densely arrayed, making full use of storage space; Both "first in first out" and "first in late out" are available, which is suitable for storing few types of goods with large quantity. Its seismic performance is superior to traditional warehousing shelves.
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