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What are the advantages and disadvantages of gravity shelves

As we all know, with the rapid development of logistics industry. In many shelf products, there are many traditional shelves. Naturally, there will be some shelves with special structure and working mode. Gravity shelf is such a storage shelf. Similar to heavy duty gravity shelves, there are fluent shelves, which are similar in structure and working mode. Although gravity shelf has many advantages, it also has serious disadvantages.
The difference between gravity shelf and fluent shelf lies in the accessories they use. The accessories used for transporting and storing goods are mainly rollers. The materials used by these rollers are of high density and high hardness, so they can naturally store some relatively heavy goods. Most of the fluently used shelves are made of aluminum, and the load-bearing capacity needs to be checked a lot. Therefore, the fluffy shelves are often used to store some light products.
The disadvantages of the gravity shelf can be divided into several parts to discuss. The first one is the high cost of the shelf. In the gravity shelf, the roller is the most core part, and the cost of this kind of accessories is often relatively high, which suddenly increases the cost of the entire shelf. Processing technology requirements are relatively high, gravity shelf is different from ordinary storage shelf, all employees can use it after manufacturing, gravity shelf will have certain technical requirements for workers, before using, the enterprise should do a good job in training.
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