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Longspan Shelving

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Garage Shelving

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Warehouse Shelving

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Light Duty Cantilever

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Heavy Duty Cantilever

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Rack Supported Mezzanines

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Structural Mezzanines

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Cable Racks

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Shelving with bins

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Pigeon Hole racks

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Clothes Hanging Racks

 

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Double Deep Pallet Racking uses the FILO (First in Last out) principle and in terms of understanding is nothing but Selective racking installed as a back-to-back rows for the single faced rack and four back-to-back rows for the double faced racks. This is done to minimize the aisle space wastage in the warehouse and as illustrated the storage capacity of the same warehouse is increased by 26%. The only added cost for a DDR is the addition of reach scissor forks to your forklift to enable is to reach the pallet at the rear. DDR is used when customers have generally more than one pallet of the same product at any given time. Due to the extensive configurations possible with this system prices are on application only.


Pallet Racking configurations
Height/Depth Lengths
  1372 1524 2591 2743 3048 3810
  3000 kgs 3500 kgs 600-3500kgs 2100 kgs 2000 kgs 2600 Kgs
2438/610 x x x x x x
2438/838 x x x x x x
2438/1220 x x x x x x
3654/610 x x x x x x
3654/838 x x x x x x
3654/1220 x x x x x x
4877/610 x x x x x x
4877/838 x x x x x x
4877/1220 x x x x x x
5791/610 x x x x x x
5791/838 x x x x x x
5791/1220 x x x x x x
* All dims in mm            
  • Custom sizes upto can be ordered

DDR– Layout shown with approx storage of 1232 pallets stored 4 high in a typical 1000 sq.mt warehouse. The difference is when the customer moves to a double deep system he is able to add two whole rows of bays. The Selective option had 8 rows where the double deep option now has 10 rows. Aisle spacing has not been comprimised and costs have been kept to a minimum as the racking is the same cost as the Selective option.


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Pricing on quotation only. 

 

 

Double Deep Pallet Racking uses the FILO (First in Last out) principle and in terms of understanding is nothing but Selective racking installed as a back-to-back rows for the single faced rack and four back-to-back rows for the double faced racks. This is done to minimize the aisle space wastage in the warehouse and as illustrated the storage capacity of the same warehouse is increased by 26%. The only added cost for a DDR is the addition of reach scissor forks to your forklift to enable is to reach the pallet at the rear. DDR is used when customers have generally more than one pallet of the same product at any given time. Due to the extensive configurations possible with this system prices are on application only.

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