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Pallet Racking

Pallet Racking

CSS Storage Solutions Ltd welcomes you to explore its extensive range of Pallet racking, being adept in bespoke design and product requirement we aim to meet all your storage needs efficiently. We are also able to quote for a variety of other products such as drum and coil storage priding itself in the ability to solve the most challenging storage requirement. Having 25 years’ experience and being used by several high profile businesses, CSS Storage Solutions Ltd offers you high quality product, with all instillations complying with industrial regulations, including British and European Standards and The Fire Precautions Act.

Pallet Racking: Conventional Pallet Racking is a heavy duty pallet racking designed for the storage of palletised goods enabling uniform aisle widths to service your fork lift trucks. These can be block stacked in depth and height of pallets required, enabling the forklift to lift the pallets onto a pair of parallel beams utilising the pallet as the storage and transport platform. This method of pallet racking can be adjusted to your requirements as per our variant products.

Wide aisle pallet racking: Wide Aisle Racking is one of CSS’s most widely used system for palletised loads. These consist of single and double sided runs of pallet racking that can be separated by wide aisles to suit your existing fork lift trucks, we can tailor wide aisle pallet racking to your requirements not only to suit your application product but to achieve optimum use of space.

Narrow aisle pallet racking: Narrow Aisle Racking consists of the same basic components as wide aisle racking but with the runs of racking placed closer together eliminating the wasted space of a wide aisle. The pallets can be stored to a greater height to maximise all available space possible. These pallets are accessed via specialist trucks which are guided in the aisles by either wire in the floor or floor mounted guide rails.

Very narrow aisle pallet racking: Very narrow aisle and crane served racking provides the most space efficient way of storing pallets with all of the aisle width reduced to the very minimum and racking heights of up to 30 metres. A very specialised system used for crane loading of the highest bays.

Drive In (Drive Through) Racking: Drive through racking is used where high density storage is required. It is frequently used in facilities with a low number of product   lines. Pallets are stored in a block system with two blocks generally served by one operating aisle. The trucks drive into the racking to load or retrieve pallets which are stored on    cantilevered rails running throughout the system. The first pallet in is the last pallet out unless a Drive Through system is used, whereby pallets can be loaded or retrieved from either side of the block.

Push back pallet racking: Push Back Racking is a form of live storage with pallets being stored two, three or four deep. Pallets are loaded onto a trolley or carrier which pushes the other pallets back up a channel rail. When a pallet is removed from the system the remaining ones in that lane will roll forward. Pallets are accessed from one side only with this particular system.

Live pallet racking: Pallet Live Racking comprises of sloping roller bed supported on pallet racking to form a block. Pallets are loaded in to the system at the on-load face and roll forward to the off-load face from where they are removed from the system.

Carlton Live: Efficient, fully adjustable, labour saving and versatile live storage system that can be incorporated into both pallet racking and long-span shelving systems. Adjustable special connectors change the flowing frame. You can also adjust the space of the rollers and guides to make it suitable for a variety of goods. Cartons are stored on inclined tracks with rollers. Ensuring automatic stock rotation and improving the productivity during picking. A series of gravity tracks transport suitably packaged products from replenishment aisles to picking faces providing stock rotation on a strictly ‘first in’ ‘first out’ principle and ensures continuous replenishment to the picking face.

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