Pallet flow racks are known for their space optimization and the efficiency in which you can load and unload.
There are many different applications for using pallet flow racks but they are especially useful for products which have an expiration date.
These two types of racking are similar but push back pallet rack is loaded last in first out and pallet flow rack is loaded first in first out.
Push back racks offer very efficient storage. When you pull out the front pallet the ones behind it slide forward to access what you need.
Typically push back racks use a single loading and unloading area. The pallets are loaded one after the next. Each pallet pushes the previous one backward.
Republic racking comes in different size and capacity options and the weight they can hold will depend on these options.
Republic racking is known for its safety and being very easy to extend by adding more sections quickly and easily.
Republic racking has a distinguishable hook and slot connection with the slots located on the center of the upright post face.
Structural racking comes in different size and capacity options and the weight they can hold will depend on these options.
Structural racking is high-quality steel that can store heavy pallets and withstand harsh conditions.