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Different Types Of Pallet Racking Systems: Pallet Flow Racking

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Different Types Of Pallet Racking Systems: Pallet Flow Racking

For business owners struggling with minimal square footage in their warehouse or facilities, maximizing the space they use is critical to the success of their company.

If you’re looking for space savings solutions, purchasing the right types of racking storage units and shelving should be a crucial part of your layout design plan. For many companies, the pallet flow racking products at Applied Handling NW is an optimal solution. We’ll be discussing these in part 4 of our series on the benefit of pallet racking systems.

What Is Pallet Flow Racking?

Pallet flow racking, otherwise known as gravity flow racks, are a common choice for many companies across several different industries. These pallet racking systems are constructed to use the natural force of gravity to move pallet loads into their correct picking position.

After a load has been placed onto the back end of the pallet flow racking system, it will be moved to a front-facing position via a channel of metal skate wheels and sloped beams. This allows for a “first-in-first-out” inventory system that’s popular amongst businesses with date-sensitive products.

Pallet flow racking systems are loaded using a back-to-back storage system. This allows for more pallet loads to be placed within a single pallet lane and reduces the need for multiple storage aisles. Depending on the design of your specific pallet racking system, you can place pallet loads approximately 20 pallets deep and several levels high.

Pallet flow racking is available with either full-width rollers that are beneficial for wood pallets, or skate wheels that work for most other pallet storage needs.

These types of pallet racking systems are most commonly used in the following ways:

  • Quickly Moving Products
  • Limited Number of SKUs
  • Full Case Load Picking
  • Limited Selectivity
  • Rotating Date-Sensitive Products & Materials

What Are The Benefits Of Pallet Flow Racking Systems?

As with many other pallet racking systems, these products have proven themselves to be valuable to many business owners. At Applied Handling NW, we’ve found that our customers are impressed with the full range of benefits that come from choosing pallet flow racking.

Not only do they minimize the amount of storage space needed by businesses, but they also provide easy access to high-turnover products and perishables. They can also accommodate full pallet loads, which can’t be said for many other types of commercial storage products.

What’s more than that, however, is that these sorts of pallet racking systems can also improve your facility’s overall productivity and decrease labor costs.

For More Information On The Benefits of Pallet Flow Racking—Call Today

At Applied Handling NW, we believe that a well-run business starts from the ground up. It’s not just about having an outstanding product or service; you need a highly-developed operational plan to help you succeed.

Part of your plan should always include a high-quality storage system that features top-of-the-line pallet racking systems.

If you’re running a business that requires a first-in-first-out inventory management system, you may find pallet flow racking to be the ideal addition to your collection of storage products.

Would you like to learn more about how pallet flow racking systems work? Give us a call today at 877-247-2934. You can also fill out our contact form to speak with our expert team of customer service representatives.

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