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What is stacking rack

Stacking frame racks is also known as smart fixed frame. The specification of the stacking rack is relatively uniform, the capacity is relatively fixed, the storage of goods is clear at a glance, and it is easy to count the warehouse. The shelves can be stacked high with each other to realize three-dimensional storage, and it is easy to form the capacity of three-dimensional storage, and it does not need to rely on the shelves and other equipment. It is very suitable for rental warehouse, low old warehouse or workshop temporary storage area and other areas not suitable for investment warehouse.
The stacking frame can stack the heavy objects at a high place and store them in multiple layers. It can be arranged at will and moved easily. Adopt stack storage design, save space. With special method, the load borne by two tracks can be equally distributed to four columns. The greater the load, the more stable it is, the better it can be for shaking such as earthquakes.
Advantages of stacking rack:
1. Unified specification, fixed capacity, easy to inventory at a glance.
2. It can stack with each other to form a three-dimensional storage capacity.
3. It can be used with pallet.
4. Empty shelves can be inserted into each other (fixed) or disassembled (detachable) for storage, saving space.
5. Stack the heavy objects at a high place and keep them in multiple layers.
6. It can be arranged at will and moved easily.
Stacking rack is a kind of logistics equipment which is composed of independent units and managed in space. It is convenient to use forklift for assembly and removal. It is very suitable for the management of temporary storage area in workshop and warehouse, and it can also be used for both storage and distribution functions.
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