Drive-in/Deepstore

Description

Drive-in/Deepstore

P90 Drive-in pallet racking is ideal for storing large quantities of the same type of goods: your existing space can be used up to 90% more effectively than with standard, conventional pallet storage systems.

Suitable for goods that can be stacked on pallets behind or on top of each other, but are not suitable for block stacking. The pallets are stacked by the first-in, last-out principle on supports mounted on both sides of the drive-in channels. This means that individual pallets cannot be accessed directly. But as a form of block stacking, drive-in racking systems significantly increase the storage density in a warehouse. Consequently, the existing space can be used up to 90% more effectively than with conventional pallet storage systems.

Drive-in racking eliminates the need for loading and picking aisles. The lift truck positions pallets on front-to-back rails, allowing rows to be stacked next to each other. Constructor drive-in racking provides a safe and efficient equivalent of block stacking for loads which are too fragile or unstable to be stacked on top of each other.

 

Range

Drive-in/Deepstore

Smooth pallet rails provide a safe, snag-free load-bearing surface. The rails are carried on brackets that slot into the uprights. Like regular beams, they’re adjustable to 50mm, and secured with an automatic safety lock. Brightly coloured pallet guides help drivers position loads quickly and accurately.

 

Benefits

  • High density storage - maximising cubic space
  • More pallets stored per cubic metre than any other storage system
  • Low stock rotation - suitable for seasonal goods
  • Ideal for cold and chill storage applications
  • Accessible by the First-In, Last-Out principle
  • Suitable for bulk goods of the same type

Specification

Drive-in/Deepstore

Drive-In racking design always uses the long side handling dimension of a pallet, this so the fork lift trucks have sufficient width to drive inside the racking.

Height: max 12000 mm

Depth: 1700 …12500 mm

The minimum number of sections, left to right, should be three.