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With drive-in and drive-through racking, load units are stored on the racking depth one after the other on two continuous shelves.
A loading/unloading cycle per racking field from the top to the bottom (or the other way round) must be observed during depositing and retrieval.
The trucks can drive into the racking lanes. With drive-in racking, rack servicing is only possible from one side (LIFO method). With drive-through racking in contrast, depositing can be carried out from one side and at the same time retrieval from the other side (FIFO method). Compared with drive-in racking, throughput is therefore higher with drive-through racking.
Drive-in and drive-through racking is ideally suitable for storing large quantities of goods with a low number of different articles. The racking system combines the advantages of block stacking and rack stacking: compact space utilization at height and careful storage of goods.
Before entering the aisle, the truck lifts the pallet to the required racking level. The truck must not be wider than the pallet. Sideways seat stackers are particularly suitable as they provide the operator with unobstructed visibility also during reverse travel.
Drive-In Pallet Rack makes the most of your floor space. Drive-In Pallet Racking can store up to 75% more pallets in the same amount of space as Selective Racking.
Drive-In Pallet Rack reduces time spent adjusting the location of inventory.
Drive-In racking allows for the maximum amount of storage with the minimum of handling. You determine the depth or the racking based on your requirements and specifications.
When your requirements call for you to store similar large materials that are regularly depleted, Drive-In Pallet Racking may be your best answer to efficiently handling materials.
Design Specification for Warehouse Solution of Drive-in Racking System:
1). Dimensions of pallet & goods: Length× Width× Height
2). Total weight of goods (including pallet);
3). Forklift maximum lifting height & net usable height in warehouse;
4). Forklift model & parameters;
5). Direction and requirements for goods moving in and out.
6). Building conditions of storage area in warehouse.