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Push Back Racks

Who really need Push Back Rack ?
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there is the desire for greater storage density of Storage utilization by 90 ٪
Forklift operation time is limited to protect the product or in a cold storage warehouse .
How does Push back racks work ?
Push back racking systems are a type of storage system intended to be used with pallets while creating a higher storage density than most other racking systems. A typical push back racking system can store between two and up to four pallets in a single lane—though there are some that support higher capacities than this.
Each shelf of the racking system has rails that are angled slightly towards the aisle, with a series of carts sitting atop the rails. These nested carts are pushed back each time a new pallet is loaded onto the rack .
When pallets are removed, the angled rails let the carts slide forward, presenting the next pallet in line for easy retrieval.
  • HS-6107A
  • Hongsheng
  • 73089000
Technical data
Pallet width: 1000/1,200 mm
Pallet depth: 800/1,000/1,200 mm
Load capacity: 800Kg Up to 1,500 kg
Materials:                  Steel Q235 and Q355 
Warranty:                  10 years normal use 
Operating temperature: Ambient from 5 to 45 °C; cold: from -30 to 5 °C

Advantage and benefits of Push back racks :

Some key advantages of a push back racking system over other warehouse storage solutions include:

1).Ease of Pallet Retrieval. Because the rails are angled toward the aisle, the carts will slide forward naturally each time a pallet is removed. This places each pallet close to the front of the racking system as it is unloaded, making retrieval of every pallet in a row easy.

2).High Storage Density. Because the pallets will flow naturally to the front of the rack, push back racking systems can be made much deeper than many other racking systems. This helps to improve the storage density of a warehouse so there is more product stored with less space needed for extra aisles. 

3).Faster Sorting of Goods. Adding more aisles to your warehouse does more than just waste space—it also makes the storage and retrieval of pallets take longer. More aisle means more time spent looking for where something goes, particularly for newer employees who have yet to memorize the warehouse’s layout. By using fewer aisles with deeper storage, push back racking helps minimize this productivity hurdle. Also, having fewer total slots with more storage makes it somewhat easier to change the planogram for your warehouse layout when new products are added.So push back racking systems provide an excellent balance of selectivity and density—better than drive in racking, even.

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