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Pallet racking – definition and areas of application
Pallet racks are, as the name suggests, designed for storing pallets.
These can be flat pallets, mesh box pallets or even special pallets.
Pallet racks are made of side frames and the corresponding vertical uprights, which in turn are connected by longitudinal beams. The pallets or pallet cages rest on these. Depending on the construction, other goods supports than pallets can also be stored, in which case depth supports and cross beams as well as longitudinal beams are used. This design also allows pallets to be stored crosswise.
Pallet racks usually contain an anti-lift device or a push-through device to prevent the pallets from falling. A collision guard rounds off the safety.
A rack consists of the side or shelf frames with two uprights, which are stabilised by cross bracing. Longitudinal beams connect the frames and the pallets are also placed on them. If the shelving is equipped with shelves, depth supports or cross beams between the longitudinal beams, other goods as well as transverse pallets can also be stored.
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