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Drive-in racking system


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Drive-in racking system


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Drive-in shelf is also called through shelf. Drive-in shelf is an intensive shelf structure with tie rods on the top and back. In the depth direction of the shelf, the shelf pieces are connected together mainly through the combination of the corbel, the corbel beam and the cross beam for placing the pallet goods. Drive-in shelves are usually operated by forward-moving battery forklifts or balanced weight battery forklifts. When accessing pallet goods, forklifts need to enter the shelf storage channel through the main channel of entry and exit. Only one unit of pallet goods can be placed in each storage channel and in each column distance direction. The single-sided depth of the drive-in shelf storage channel should be below 10 cargo positions, the weight of unit pallet goods is generally within 1500kg, and the height of goods is generally within 2000mm. Drive-in shelves are characterized by high space utilization, almost twice that of beam shelves, suitable for small varieties, large quantities of goods access, cargo pallet access mode for advanced after out. Because the pull rod device cannot be set on the access channel of the drive-in shelf, the shelf stability is weak, so the shelf should not be too high, generally controlled within 10m, and the shelf load of the unit pallet should not be too large. Because of its high storage density, it is mostly used in dairy, beverage, food, tobacco and other industries, especially suitable for cold storage.

 

 

 

 

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