This pallet racking system provides the highest levels of storage capacity and fully maximises the use of the surface area available. The system’s vertical elements are aligned longitudinally to form parallel loading lanes. Both sides of each lane is equipped with the necessary components to support pallets to the full height of the structure and therefore forklift trucks can drive into the lanes to deposit or withdraw palletised goods.
This solution almost doubles the capacity of a conventional pallet racking system as it does away with the need for aisles for circulation and stores unit loads more compactly. This means that selective access to each pallet is therefore sacrificed in favour of greater productivity of the usable space.
The structure’s specifications (number of lanes, height, depth, etc.) depend on the type and number of products, their rotation rate, the lifting equipment used, the total space available and which logistics management system is implemented.
Compact pallet racking systems can be installed in either single entrance configurations, if the lanes are only accessible from one side (these are usually attached to the building’s walls), or double entrance blocks, if forklifts can access them from both sides. The latter layout is normally loaded from one end of the lanes and unloaded from the other.
This system is ideal for managing goods with uniform dimensions, moderate rotation, a low obsolescence rate and a large number of pallets for each type of product.
It is the perfect solution for maximising the use of storage space and the system’s capacity by storing as many pallets as possible.
The design of the single entrance configurations is perfectly adapted to LIFO (last in first out) warehouse management systems. On the other hand, the double entrance installations are optimal for FIFO (first in first out) warehouse management procedures.
Compact pallet racking systems can be used with products of different shapes and weights since their structural components and the range of accessories available mean they can be modified to store a wide variety of goods.
Whatever the case may be, these systems are indicated for warehouses where rapid and selective pallet access is less important than overall system productivity and capacity.
The structure’s design makes it much more efficient than the conventional pallet racking system. It can make use of up to 80% of the total surface area available.
The compact bulk arrangement of goods and the methodical service flow inherent to the system’s design result in organised, efficient stock management. This is particularly productive when operating with a small product range but a high quantity of units, since each loading level corresponds to a single group of products with uniform characteristics.
The array of accessories and configurations means the structure can be adapted for use with any type of uniform load. Additionally, quick and straightforward regulation of the height of the system’s components ensures optimal use of the vertical space.
The excellent design of component assembly means the structure can be disassembled and relocated quickly, or it can be reconfigured or amplified according to new storage needs. What is more, damaged parts are replaced easily and immediately.
Thanks to the system’s functional characteristics it is easily integrated into warehouses with different management systems or high rotations and a wide variety of goods.
Its moderate installation and maintenance costs favour a rapid return on investment, making it the most cost-effective solution for warehouses with compact storage requirements.
The system’s stability guarantees the safety of the overall structure, the users and the stored goods; its design for the intended purpose is calculated and developed in compliance with the most stringent of applicable standards.
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