This modular, bulk storage system has been designed for the safe storage, loading and unloading of palletised loads by fork lift trucks, pallet trucks and low height hand loading. It can also be used for the safe storage of bulky non-palletized loads like car panels or carpet rolls and meets the Australian Standard AS4084.
Single Entry Pallet Racking
Single Entry Selective Pallet Racking is the most common form of pallet racking. It ideally suits warehouses with large ranges of product in various lot sizes. It is extremely versatile with every pallet always available.
Double Entry Pallet Racking
Double Entry Selective Pallet Racking is 2 single entry racks back to back with a row spacer to separate pallets. By pushing two runs together storage density is increased without loss of access to every pallet and due to its increased footprint you can achieve greater rack stability than Single Entry without a need for additional structural supports.
Double Deep Pallet Racking
Although not a truly selective system, Double Deep Pallet Racking offers many companies a cost effective method of bulk storage. Access and stock rotation is compromised compared to Selective Pallet Racking, however cube utilisation is much higher. Specially designed forklifts use a variety of double-deep reach mechanisms to allow easy placement and retrieval of pallets.
Narrow Aisle Pallet Racking
Although the capital cost of the storage and materials handling equipment typically increases with Narrow Aisle Pallet Racking systems, this is generally offset by savings in land and building costs. It offers higher density storage than Single or Double Entry by utilising side loading or articulated forklifts to reduce aisle widths whilst maintaining 100% selectivity.
BOS Pallet Racking Original Sizes and Load Charts
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