Push back racking
The push-back pallet racking system works by stacking, which allows for the storage of 2 to 4 pallets per level, which are stored on a set of cars and rails that are moved by pushing from the aisles. The rails have an inclination to facilitate the movement of the pallets when the aisle-facing pallets are removed.It allows for easy selection and storage capacity that is appropriate to speed up maneuvering and utilization of space.
To load the lane, the first pallet loaded in the lane is loaded onto the top cart. To load the next pallet into the lane, the forklift operator lines up in front of the first pallet and pushes it so that the first pallet rolls back from the picking surface and exposes the next cart that the second pallet can be lowered onto, once it is in place. The process is repeated until the lanes are full. To clear the aisle, the operator slowly removes the last pallet and the other pallets roll forward until they reach the picking surface. Similarly, the process continues until the lane is empty.
●Up to 75% increase in storage capacity.
●Ideal for medium turnaround logistics with two or more pallets.
●The perfect combination of selectivity and high-capacity system.
●It speeds up the movement of products in and out of a single aisle.