Structural features of drive-in racking:
The advantages and disadvantages of the shelves are largely related to the structure of the shelves. The structural features of the entry shelves are as follows:
1. On the support rails, the pallets are stored in depth, one immediately after the other, which makes high-density storage possible.
2. Cargo access from the same side of the shelf, first deposit and then take. Balance weight and reach truck can easily enter the middle shelf to take goods, no need to occupy multiple channels.
3. This kind of shelf is suitable for storing large quantities and less variety of goods
Drive-in racks are fully plug-in assembled structures, and the columns are fabricated. The total depth of the shelves in the wall area can be designed to be up to seven tray depths. The total depth of the shelves that can be accessed from both sides of the middle area is usually within nine tray depths to improve the efficiency and reliability of the forklift access.
Drive-in shelving not only saves warehouse space, but also has a relatively low investment cost and high product cost-effectiveness. From a safety point of view, the secondary shelf system should not be too high and should normally be controlled within 10 meters.
Some components can be configured to enhance the safety of the shelves. Forklifts are free to enter the corridor between shelves to maximize the use of warehouses. According to the actual needs of the choice of configuration guide rail.