Drive In racking


Drive in Pallet racking system is one storage system which have high storage efficiency. The structure of derive in racking is different from other racking. The post structure mainly take side and vertical strength. All pallets are put on the suport arm rail which connect with post.
Most high density drive- in pallet racking systems are little more than conventional pallet racks, adapted and reinforced to meet the stringent demands of drive-in applications.

T Racking’s drive-in racking system provides the space efficiency and high volume storage of block stacking, with easy access to pallets. There are no aisles and no cross beams, providing maximum space efficiency. And because each pallet sits on its own support rails, pallets are no longer stacked on top of each other.

The major features of drive in racking:

• Drive-in racking is tailored to pallet and load size and handling equipment.
• Can be used with standard handling equipment.
• Rails adjustable optimize space utilization.
• Elimination of many working aisles
• Ideal for products with regular circulation
• Drive Through Racking can provide FIFO principle
• Drive In Racking can provide FILO principle

What are the different types of drive-in racking system?
There are basically two main types of drive-in racking systems available out there. The two types of drive-in racking systems that you can go for include the following.

Single entry racks: These are the type of racks that includes forklift access to one side only.
Double entry racks: Unlike single entry racks, double entry racks have forklift access from both sides. A large beam is used in the center in order to hold a row of racks in the place.
Please see below picture to understand better

What’s Drive In Racking Structure Detail?

Upright Frame: the major support structure for the whole system, consist of upright post, diagonal bracing/horizontal bracing, row spacer…etc

Top Beam: on the top of each bay to hold the comple drive in racking system

Top Bracing: X style bracing on top of each bay, connect by turn buckle or bults & nuts.

Double Support Arm: used in additional bay to hold pallet rail (support arm rail)

Single Support Arm: used in start bay and end bay to hold pallet rail(support arm rail)

Support Arm Rail: the pallet rail which hold the pallets in racking system

Post Protector: to protect forklift from damage the post, this is very important component for drive in racking safety.

Floor Guide Rai: this rail is to guide the forklift driver to move safely in the racking system. It can stop forklift wheels before hit the racking system. This is additional component but we suggest it used in each drive in racking and drive through racking project.

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