What is drive-in racking?
With drive-in racking, pallets are placed so they can slide backwards on a rail, thus storing them more deeply and creating more space in the warehouse. Drive-In Racking involves the forklift entering the racking from one side to load or retrieve the pallets which are stored more deeply.
Single entry racks involve racks that have forklift access to one side only.
Double entry racks involve racks where forklifts can access both sides of the racking structure. A row of the racks at the centre of this structure is held in place by a large beam.
HEDA Drive In Racking system structure:
The Drive in storage system is made up of sets of frames and vertical uprights joined together to form inner lanes.
Each lane is equipped with support rails on both sides, laid out at different levels, on which pallets are placed. For loading and unloading operations, the forklift truck enters the lanes with the unit load lifted above the rail where it will be placed.
This compact storage system allows as many SKUs as loading lanes. Depth and height are dependent on the number of pallets to be stored.
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