Drive-in shelf structure features
- May 09, 2018 -
Drive-in shelf structure features:
Drive-in shelves are also called through shelves or corridor-type shelves. Shelf features are as follows:
1. It is a continuous, full-shelf shelf that is not divided by channels. On the support rails, the trays are stored in depth, one immediately after the other, which makes high-density storage possible.
2. The goods are accessed from the same side of the shelf, and they are stored beforehand. The balance weight and reach truck can easily enter the shelf to access the goods without occupying multiple channels.
3. This kind of shelf is suitable for storing large quantities and less variety of goods.
4.Push-in racks are all plug-in assembled structures. Columns are assembled structure. The total depth of the shelves in the wall area can be designed to be within 7 tray depths, and the total depth of shelves in and out of the middle area can be generally 9 Within the pallet depth to improve the efficiency and reliability of forklift access.
5. The relatively low investment cost applies to the situation where the horizontal dimension is large, the variety is small, the quantity is large, and the cargo access mode can be predetermined. It is commonly used to store large quantities of the same type of cargo. Widely used in various types of warehouses and logistics centers such as: food, tobacco, dairy, beverages and other industries, cold storage is also more common.
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