Cantilever racking ? Wide aisle pallet racking ? Narrow aisle pallet racking
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Bulk or individual part storage of pallets, timber, cartons, steel bars, containers, sheets, cable drums, press tools etc within warehouses, distribution centres, retail units and production facilities can generally be accommodated within one of the many forms of racking.  As a general rule the specific type of racking to be used is determined by the following factors:
Product to be stored i.e. size, weight and quantity
Environment in which the products are to be stored
The method used for handling the products i.e. fork lift truck, wide aisle or narrow aisle.

Teepee Materials Handling have over 20 years experience working within the storage and handling sector and our dedicated team of technical represents will gladly offer advice and practical solutions to meet your storage requirements. Most commonly used storage systems are:

Wide aisle pallet racking (also known as adjustable or APR racking) This is predominantly used to store conventional chep? or ?euro? style pallets using standard counterbalanced fork lift trucks. Each pallet storage location is readily accessible allowing the warehouse management system to optimise the stock locations thus ensuring first in first out stock rotation
Narrow aisle pallet racking Essentially as wide aisle racking but utilising more specialised fork lift trucks which are designed to operate in a narrower width aisle. cantilever racking the perfect storage solution for storing long or awkward shaped products, specifically steel bars and sections, timber, sheets (steel, plastics, laminates and boards), plastic and metal tubes, cable drums and press tools. The racking can be designed and built as single sided access or double sided access.
Drive in racking utilises the maximum available area, without the need for a working aisle. This is only suitable for bulk storage of pallets with the same dimensional footprint and if pallets are loaded and unload from one end - offers first in last out stock rotation.
Push back racking pallets are positioned from one side and individually (on rollers or cradles) the pallets are pushed back away from the loading face by the pallet being placed in to the system. Pallets at the rear of the storage can only be removed by firstly removing any pallets directly in front of them.
Mobile racking Conventional pallet racking construction (wide or narrow aisle) fixed to a mobile chassis allowing aisles to be opened or closed as required. This storage system is ideal in areas where space is limited but storage is essential or for use in freezer rooms to maintain product temperature.
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