Pick Module pallet racks are designed for high-volume applications and are the perfect industrial storage solutions for full and split case picking.
Our Pick Modules can be stacked 3-4 levels high, often with conveyors integrated to the rack system. Modules will often incorporate carton flow, pallet flow, pushback and other combinations for custom material handling.
Are Pick Modules the right industrial pallet rack for your warehouse storage needs? Compare the advantages, limitations and typical applications of these rack systems below.
- Can handle high SKU counts in small foot print
- Very efficient picking rates
- Can handle both split and full case applications
- High capital investment
- Relatively inflexible to reconfigure
- High conveyorization cost
- High-volume distribution
- Mail order distribution
Structural Pallet Rack Types
Selective Rack accommodates flexibility in slotting design, which is ideal for high turnover, high SKU stock count and quick product accessibility. Selective pallet rack is a cost-effective design allowing for the maximum number of SKU pick facings available in standard rack.
Store 2 pallet positions from a single aisle (4 pallets back to back) with the Double Deep Selective Pallet Rack. The Double Deep Reach warehouse racking system provides high-density storage at a lower initial capital cost when compared with other high-density storage systems.
Drive-In rack systems provide a low budget and high density storage solution for customers with lower SKU counts. Drive-In systems reduce the number of aisles required in a warehouse. It is frequently used in cold storage applications, where the cost of (refrigerated) volume is at its highest and requires the most return on investment (more density).
The 2 Wide DITM warehouse storage rack delivers maximum efficiency for high density storage. This racking system allows twice the loading and unloading capacity in a single run while increasing forklift stability.
High Bay industrial storage systems can exceed 60′ in height, nearly doubling the storage capacity of conventional systems (fully-automated and man up vehicles available). Some of the racking systems available through ASP allow vehicles to be moved between aisles to reduce initial capital costs.