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Push Back Rack Heavy Duty Rack Racking System


Push back racking helps you make the best use of your warehouse without having to slow product rotation or increase handling time. With a push back pallet racking system in place, warehouses can store more pallets while maintaining better selectivity (access to SKUs) than other high-density systems like drive-in racking. Push back racking offers a best of both worlds storage solution.

A push back storage rack system can offer up to 90% more storage space than traditional selective pallet racking. That’s one reason why this dynamic pallet storage system is surging in popularity, quickly becoming the preferred method of storage in many sectors.

Looking for budgetary numbers or more information? Call one of our Systems Design Specialists or send us a quote request, and we’ll work with you to provide layouts and budgets for your warehouse.
 

Advantages of Push Back Racking Systems:

  • Offers better use of available storage space than most systems
  • Minimizes honeycombing effect
  • Allows storage of more SKU’s
  • Saves on labor – forklift drivers don’t have to remove obstructive pallets
  • Provides more storage rack area with a single-aisle design
  • Allows for quick and easy loading/unloading of pallets
  • Each lane is LIFO, but FIFO can easily be configured with proper design
  • Large, coated wheels let pallet carts roll smoothly
  • Very low-maintenance, sealed bearings
  • Customizable pallet carts, usually color-coded for safety and ease of use
  • Low-profile cart stack maximizes available storage height
  • Forklifts never have to enter the rack, promoting safety and saving time

10 Things to Know about Push Back Racking Systems:

  1. Compared to standard racking, most forklift operators believe push back racking is an easier system to operate. It typically takes only a few hours to become fully acquainted with the rack system
  2. Because forklifts never enter the system, damage to uprights is minimized
  3. Aisles typically only need to be 6″ wider than the manufacturer’s minimum aisle requirement
  4. Requires little to no maintenance besides standard pallet rack safety checks
  5. Push back is compatible with counterbalance, reach, deep reach, swing reach, and even clamp forklift trucks
  6. A 3,000 pound-per-pallet position capacity is standard, but push back rack can be designed with an even higher capacity
  7. The most common pallet style in a pushback system is the standard GMA, but push back can be manufactured for multiple styles of pallets
  8. Typically requires an additional 6”-8”’s of height compared to standard selective
  9. Push back rack is often times used in combination with drive in rack to maximize space
  10. Unless noted, most push back rack systems in the US are made using structural rack
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