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Push-Back Racks Allows Higher Storage Density Than Other Forms Of Racking

Push-Back Pallet Racking Permits Pallets To Be Filled Up To Six-Deep

Push Back Pallet Racking System

Push Back Racking Also referred to as pushback racking, is a pallet racking method that permits pallets to be stored up to 6 pallets deep on either side of an aisle, giving you higher storage density than other forms of racking. Though you can have these racks filled up to six-deep, most warehouse operators opt for only two deep. Unlike other systems, you cannot store partially filled pallets on a pushback system. Push Back Racking allows the aisles to be eliminated and gains more valuable pallet storage in your warehouse. If your current racking system is costing you money due to high costs of labor from loading and unloading? Are you experiencing costly maintenance due to rack damage from driving in and out of the rack system? Do you have a lot of the same SKU? Do you need to store a wide variety of different size pallets? Then a Push Back Racking system in your warehouse will multiply your pallet storage greatly!

Push-Back Rack systems utilize gravity-fed telescoping carts to provide the highest density storage. In most cases, Push-Back Racks can double your warehouse storage capacity while allowing for more picking faces. Push-Back lanes can be designed to accommodate all different or unique pallet sizes. Pallets are fed and retrieved from one aisle, which makes Push-Back Racking extremely easy to operate. You simply load the first pallet onto the top cart, and then as you load the second pallet it pushes the first pallet back, which can be continued up to 6 pallets deep. To remove pallets, simply lift the pallet and back out slowly until the next pallet is in the front position.

There are many advantages to using pushback racking. Because the pallets come to the aisle, a pushback rack is much faster to load and unload than any comparable drive-in rack. Additionally, stock rotation and occupancy are greatly improved with pushback racking because each level can store a different product. Finally, rack damage is significantly reduced because the operator does not have to drive in to the rack to remove pallets.

    Push Back Pallet Racking Features
  • Clear Aisles of 10 feet to 11-1/2 feet for reach trucks or 11-1/2 feet to 15 feet for counter balanced fork lifts.
  • First in last out (FILO) for each slot.
  • Can be up to six pallets deep
  • Pallets are pushed back from aisle by fork lift trucks.
  • Pallets are placed on low friction carts.
  • Recommended for full pallet storage.
  • Utilisation: 85-90%.
  • Forklift drivers must be careful when loading in an out to avoid pallet damage.

  • When do you use it?
  • When you have more pallets per SKU.
  • When you want to gain greater storage density.
  • When order picking is not picking from pallets within push back racking

  • When not to use it?
  • When you need to perform order picking from pallets.
  • When pallets are accessed frequently for picking and are then put away again.
  • Where pallet to pallet running into each other will cause damage to the stock.


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