High rate of turnover and fast access to goods: due to no more than two lanes being required, this option requires up to 60% less space than a conventional pallet racking warehouse.
The Pallet Flow push-through racking system is mainly used for storing large quantities of the same type of palletized goods on the first-in, last-out principle.
The pallets are placed in storage on one side of the channel, they automatically roll on sloping wheel conveyors towards the order picking side and can be retrieved, as required, from there. This type of storage technology, which is frequently in the drinks industry or as a buffer storage facility in the manufacturing industry, requires no more than two lanes for storing and retrieving goods.
• Up to 60% less floor space than conventional pallet racking
• First in First out (FIFO) system - provides automatic stock rotation
• One dedicated loading face and one retrival face - 2 lanes
• Higher speed of operation within the warehouse