The ultimate in flexible high density storage, 2 to 6 pallets deep.
Pushback rack storage provides increased pallet counts while also offering many more pick faces than traditional high-density storage systems like drive-in racking.
How Pushback Racking Works
Each pushback lane is equipped with a pair of inclined rails and a series of nested carts (i.e., four carts in a five-deep system). The first pallet is placed on the top cart by the lift truck. The operator loads the second pallet by pushing back the first load and placing it on the next exposed cart. Pallets three and four are loaded similarly. The last pallet is placed on the rails themselves. When removing the product, the lift truck takes out the front pallet allowing the pallets on carts behind it to roll gently to the front of the rack.
In addition to standard warehouse applications, pushback rack systems are also fully operational in freezers, coolers, and high-temperature environments.
Our pushback rack brand is referred to as Steadiflo and is available in two-, three-, four-, five- and six-deep styles that can be arranged as back-to-back islands or as standalone bays. The height is restricted only by a lift truck’s reach, and no special forklift trucks are required.
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Key Benefits of Pushback Racking:
Higher overall occupancy rates than most other high density pallet racking systems available.
More flexibility with smaller lot sizes - when compared to drive-in racking.
Allows maximum use of the vertical height in your warehouse.