Pallet Racking from Equipement Industriel RC.
Selective Racking in Stock
Selective Racking is one of the most common types of racking systems in many warehouses. Its purpose is to allow the storing of pallets containing products of all shapes and sizes, these selective racking systems make these products easily accessible increasing warehouse efficiency as well as safety.
Push-Back Racking in Stock
Push-back pallet rack systems are designed around the principle of organizing space by depth rather than width. This depth arrangement greatly reduces aisle space and increases storage density. In this configuration, each bay can be up to six pallets deep; each pallet stored on wheeled carts that fit onto rails.
Double-Deep Racking in Stock
A variant on standard adjustable beam racking, double deep as the name implies allows pallets to be stored two deep but still accessible from the same aisle. This can be either double deep against a wall, or four pallets deep between aisles.
Light-Duty Racking in Stock
This type of Racking is an extremely versatile product that can be used for many types of small retail and storefront operations. This product can be configured and reconfigured to your changing needs. Equipement Industriel RC has a wide selection of light duty racking in stock, we can also customize the racking systems to fit your unique needs. Don’t hesitate to talk to us about our lightly used products in stock.
Heavy-Duty Racking in Stock
When conventional pallet racking or Structural Pallet Racking just isn’t enough with heavy loads, Heavy Duty Racking is an ideal, cost effective and safe storage solution for various types of heavy products. It has a standard pallet racking configuration, yet is capable of carrying far heavier loads.
Cantilever Racking in Stock
A cantilever rack is a type of warehouse storage system consisting of the vertical column, the base, the arms, and the horizontal and/or cross-bracing. These components are fabricated from both roll formed and structural steel. The horizontal and/or cross bracing are used to connect two or more columns together. They are commonly found in lumber yards, woodworking shops, and plumbing supply warehouses.
Boltless Racking in Stock
Bolted pallet racking offers strength, flexibility and cost savings. By shipping upright frames unassembled, the savings in freight costs can be tremendous. Assembly of the frames on-site is quick and easy, and offers flexibility in design. On-site repair is also a snap – damaged braces can easily be replaced with new ones; damaged front columns can be replaced at a fraction of the cost of replacing the entire frame.
Drive-In Racking in Stock
Drive-in and drive-through (sometimes spelled Drive-thru) are storage rack configurations that allow the forklift to drive directly into the lane of stacked rows. The difference between a drive-in and a drive-thru pallet rack system is simply whether the bays have an entry at only one end, or at both ends. Drive-in rack systems use a common entry and exit, while drive-thru systems have entry points at either end of the bay.