Drive-in racking system
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Drive-in racks are also called through-type racks. Drive-in racks are dense rack structures, with tie rods set on the top and back. The shelf depth direction is mainly through the combination of corbels and corbel beams and cross beams for placing pallet goods to connect the shelves into a whole. Drive-in racks usually use forward-moving battery forklifts or counterbalanced battery forklifts. When accessing pallet goods, the forklifts must pass through the main channel of the warehouse and enter the storage channel of the shelf. Only one unit pallet cargo can be placed in each storage channel and each row distance direction. The single-sided depth of the drive-in rack storage channel should be less than 10 cargo spaces, the weight of the unit pallet cargo is generally within 1500kg, and the stack height of the goods is generally within 2000mm. Drive-in racks are characterized by high space utilization, which is almost twice that of beam racks. They are suitable for small-variety and large-volume goods storage and storage. The storage and storage method of goods pallets is first-in-last-out. As the pull rod device cannot be set on the access channel of the drive-in rack, the stability of the rack is weak, so the rack should not be too high, generally controlled within 10m, and the load of the unit pallet rack cannot 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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