Push Back Pallet Racking
Push back pallet racking operates mainly on the First in – Last Out (FILO) storage principle – up to 10 pallets can be stored one behind the other on each retrieval level.
Commonly used in warehousing for bulk stock storage, push back racking increases storage space and reduces the number of required access aisles. Pallets are all picked from the same front pick face. Once a pallet is loaded onto the racking it remains in place until another pallet is loaded in front of it – this initial pallet is simply pushed further back into the racking by the weight of the new pallet being loaded into its place.
Pallet retrieval is straightforward – once the front pallet is removed, the pallet located directly behind simply rolls into place under the force of gravity over a slight incline. This pallet now becomes the ‘live’ pallet at the front of the pick face.
Push Back Pallet Racking is ideal for…
- LIFO (Last in First Out) storage method
- One pick face
- High stock volume
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