RADIO SHUTTLE RACK

Radio shuttle racking system is a complete high-density storage system consisting of racks, shuttles and forklifts. This efficient storage method offers new options for increasing warehouse space utilization.

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PUSH-BACK RACK

Push-back racking combines operation efficiency with high density storage. Front and back beams are connected by inclined rails with nested carts placed on top. When storing, pallets are placed on top of the front cart which will be pushed back by the next stored pallet exposing the next cart underneath. When extracting the outer pallet, the cart inside will automatically slide out due to gravity. Storage depth can be 2-4 pallets deep. Compared with selective racking, push-back racking increases storage space by 30%.

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DRIVE-IN RACK

The design principle of the drive-in rack is to connect several rows of standard racks and have a dedicated pathway. Installation can be two sets of drive-in racks installed back-to-back or one single set against the wall. Forklifts use the same in-out channel. When storing products, start inwards towards outwards and when retrieving should be the opposite. Storage density is very good, but not suited for FIFO. It is suitable for periodic batch operations and high frequency loading and unloading raw material warehouses or distribution centers.

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