Drive-In Racking is a system of vertical upright frames and horizontal support rails, which allows pallets to be supported vertically and in multiple depths. The support rails allow stackers to enter the rack and so enables multiple depth storage. This type of racking is ideal for filling large areas of a warehouse with multi deep, multi wide and multi high blocks of pallets. Drive in is usually specified for first-in last-out storage situations.cantilevered rails each side of the lane.
Perishable, crushable, unwieldy or awkward shaped goods that cannot be self stacked are likely candidates for this specialist solution. Cold stores often specify this type of racking as it is an ideal method when storing predictable batch movements of palletized loads. The system provides blocks of static storage where pallets are stored two or more deep. Having driven in, the truck then has to reverse out. It offers restricted selectivity of individual pallets but provides effective high density storage with good use of the 'cube'. The continuous block's of racking (no aisles) allows for truck access directly into the system placing goods next in line one behind the other on cantilevered rails each side of the lane.
DRIVE IN RACKS A PERFECT SOLUTION FOR HIGH STOAGE DENSITY WITH EFFICIENT BULK STORAGE SYSTEM