Drive-in racks and drive-through racks are designed respectively for last-in first-out (LIFO) and first-in first-out (FIFO ) inventory management. Pallets are stored on supporting beam rails that are attached to upright frames and are accessed by a lift truck that drives in to the system with the load elevated to the height of the rail and placed in the selected storage location. Though drive in/through rack provides low selectivity, it provides high storage density in a warehouse by eliminating picking aisles. Drive-in and drive-through rack are ideal for storing large quantities of same kind products with long life spans and require large, one-time moves.
A drive in/through racking system may utilize more than 85% of the storehouse space and enable parts of goods be preferentially entered and withdrawn.
The load capacity for each beam level can be 800kgs to 2,000kgs.
The drive in/through racking system is good for the storage of goods of few varieties but great quantity, and a forklift is easy to run in the passage of each row.
Load Capacity: 500-4,000kgs per beam level
Beam Length: 1,000-3,300mm
Frame Depth: normally 800-1,000mm
Height: maximum 11,000m, limited to handling equipment
Operation Aisle: 2,200-3,800 depends on operating truck used
Upright Section: 80*60*2.0mm, 90*70*2.0mm, 100*70*2.0mm, 120*95*2.0-2.5mm…
Box Beam Section: 80*50*1.5mm, 100*50*1.5mm, 110*50*1.5mm, 120*50*1.5-2.0mm, 140*50*1.5-2.0mm, 160*50*1.5-2.0mm, 180*50*2.0mm…
Components: bolts & nuts, horizontal braces, diagonal braces, upright foot plates, safety locking pins, wire mesh decking, upright protector...