Pushback and Pallet Racking

Advance manufactures heavy-duty structural warehouse pallet rack systems for a variety of throughput and storage density applications.  Racking systems include pushback (2 - 6 deep), selective, drive-in, double deep reach, pick module, pick tunnel, pallet flow and carton flow.  Learn more about the advantages and technical details for each of Advance’s warehouse pallet racking systems below.  

Pushback Pallet Racking Systems

What is pushback pallet racking?

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Pushback racking is a type of pallet storage system that allows pallets to be stored on both sides of an aisle, providing higher density storage than other pallet rack systems.  A pushback rack system is a LIFO system, normally composed of an inclined rail section that extends the full depth of the storage lane (typically from 2 - 6 pallets deep).  There are a series of nested carts that the pallets rest on top of that roll on the rail system (either C channel or tube construction).

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Structural Pallet Rack

What is structural pallet rack?

Selective.jpgStructural pallet rack is the strongest, most durable type of pallet rack available.  Structural rack is the most appropriate solution in temperature controlled and ambient warehouse environments that have heavy forklift traffic.  Advance manufactures over 100,000,000 pounds of structural rack solutions per year, routinely shipping projects in excess of $5,000,000.  With state-of-the-art production facilities in Cedartown, Georgia and Salt Lake City, Utah, Advance produces pallet racking systems for companies both nationwide and abroad.

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Pallet and Carton Flow Rack Systems

 When are flow systems right for your warehouse?

Pallet Flow 1.jpgWhen you need a first-in-first-out warehouse pallet storage solution, Flow Rack Systems may be the right material handling option for your facility.  Pallet flow rack systems provide very high-density storage in applications that must have first-in-first-out (FIFO).  With pallet flow rack systems, the pallets are loaded into the back end of the warehouse storage system and flow to the front end on wheels or rollers.  On systems over 3 pallets deep, a braking system is typically provided.

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