Drive-in racking

High storage capacity for a courteous price

Drive-in racking has certain advantages over classic pallet racking. Pallet racking involves a definite loss of warehouse space due to the use of separate aisles between each double row of racks. If the need for storage capacity exceeds the capabilities of conventional pallet racking there are various alternatives.

Not only are goods placed next to and above each other in drive-in racks, but also unlimited in depth. By driving a forklift in the storage channel the goods can be placed on the different levels. This works most efficient for high volume goods which are stored together. Ideally, there is only 1 reference per storage channel to avoid extra movements. Because of the setup of the drive-in racks the goods cannot be removed per full level, but rather one at a time from top to bottom..

One should not forget to check the dimensional specifications of the forklift to ensure there is enough space to drive in to the storage channels.

Are you unsure if drive-in racking is the right solution for your warehouse? Have a look at our other warehouse solutions on the ‘Warehouse solutions’ page.

Warehouse solutions

We are happy to supply you with professional advice regarding the warehouse solutions. We will also supply the pallet racking fully assembled and ready to use!

Advice Assembly

Specific information regarding the operation, benefits, components and quality of our drive-in racking can be found in the tabs below.

Operation

Using drive-in racks the forklift is steered into the racks to place pallets and other goods or to take them out. There is no limit to the number of pallets in depth or the number of storage channels next to each other.

The drive-in rack is designed to achieve a higher storage capacity than possible with conventional pallet racking. When storing goods several pallets can be placed one after the other on the same level. This determines that the drive-in rack is mainly suitable for the storage of uniform pallets where several pallets of the same product must be stored.

The drive-in rack can be adapted to your specific needs in order to obtain maximum use of the available space in your warehouse.

Drive-in racking labelling

Benefits

  • Dense storage system that ensures maximum space utilization.
  • Fewer aisles needed between the racks and a higher storage capacity.
  • Cost efficient solution for the storage of goods with a low rotation time or to absorb seasonal peaks. This works best for high volume goods that are stored together.
  • Suitable for FIFO (First-In-First-Out) and LIFO (Last-In-First-Out) applications.
  • Extensive range of accessories.
  • Safe and reliable system.
Rail protection

Components

To avoid both forgetting to order necessary parts or making unnecessary purchases, you can count on our technical advice when ordering the specific accessories. Below you will find a list of the most common accessories for drive-in racks, this list can of course be extended with the accessory that you specifically require or a custom-designed solution.

  • Frame
  • Base plate
  • Shim
  • Beam
  • Safety pin
  • Upright protection
  • Guiding profile for MHE
  • Centering profile for pallets
  • Pallet stop
  • Top suspension for stability

Quality

CLN Racking’s technical team will advise you on the possibilities for your warehouse design and the realization of the design you have chosen. This involves a series of analyses, containing but not limited to storage requirement analysis, analysis of environmental factors, strength calculations and assembly processing. The design of the drive-in racking will always be based on the European standards and FEM (European Materials Handling Federation) recommendations in force.

We meet the following design and production standards;

  • ISO 9001:2008
  • ISO 14001:2004
  • ISO 18001:2004
  • EN 15512_2009
  • EN 15620_2009
  • EN 15629_2008
  • EN 15635_2008
  • FEM 10.2.03

CONTACT US

Interested in drive-in racking or other storage solutions, feel free to contact us for advice.

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