Push-back racking system
Push-back racking is a pallet storage method that allows pallets to be stored 2 to 6 deep on either side of the aisle, providing you with a higher storage density than other forms of racking.With Spieth Storage Systems' push-back racking system, you can double or triple your storage capacity compared to standard pallet racking or double-deep racking systems.
How does push back racking system work?
Aisle by aisle, the tray is stored by "pushing back" the previously placed tray to have a new tray at the next cart location. When retrieving the previous pallet, gravity causes the next pallet to move forward to the ready position. This "first in, first out" system (per cart aisle) reduces picking time when a large number of picking surfaces are needed.
How many pallet depths are available?
Today's typical configuration is 2 to 6 pallets deep, relying on your picking strategy, inventory and available space. If your products can be picked first in and last out, then push back is ideal.
Why choose a pushback rack system?
● Store various SKUs on different levels of lanes for easy product access.
●Unlike drive-in racks, each level can be accessed independently.
● Shortens picking time and does not require special handling equipment.
● High space utilization and productivity due to more storage area and fewer aisles.
●It can avoid the cargo damage that often occurs in the loading and unloading operations of high-density storage racks.