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Quick Facts About Double Deep Racking

Learn more about Double Deep Rack by reading through these quick facts!

Double Deep Rack is a “made-to-order” engineered system – they generally are not an “off-the-shelf” or stock item. Typically, delivery times are 6 to 10 weeks. Not only does the Double Deep Rack need to be engineered to handle the load, other factors like forklift interface, aisle sizes and permitting must be taken into consideration. This product is ideally suited for products with 6 - 8 pallets per stock keeping unit.

Depending on the design factors mentioned above, a Double Deep System typically costs somewhere between $80 and $200 per pallet. Standard frame sizes are 42” deep and are typically 20’ to 40’ tall. The most common beam length is 102” to suit a standard 40” wide x 48” deep pallet. If a bottom beam level is installed a 96” beam is used.

It is important to also remember that Double Deep racks can be either roll-formed or structural and arranged in either single or back-to-back rows in a warehouse or distribution centre.

Double Deep pallet racking Benefits

Increases storage density by eliminating 2 out 5 aisles. Increases storage space capacity by up to 40% Capable of storing product to as high as 480”. Ideal for cold storage applications.

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