Push Back Racking

For business looking to strike a balance between storage density and selectivity, push back racking systems from Stamina Storage Systems are a popular choice.

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Push Back Racking

General Information

Push back racking is a type of selective pallet racking system used in warehouses to maximise storage density while maintaining selectivity and ease of access to stored goods. Ideal if you're storing bulk goods on pallets according to the Last-in, First-out (LIFO) principle.

Our Push Back Racking Systems are engineered with the highest quality standards to ensure reliable performance and outstanding goods protection.

Our team of experts will work closely with you plan and design a bespoke system according to your specific requirements, ensuring optimal functionality and seamless integration into your warehouse operations. They can also advise on our range of  racking protection products such as Protect It XL and Protect It Maxi Column guards to protect your racking and stock from damage caused by materials handling machinery.

The benefits of

Push Back Racking

High Density
Push back racking allows for high-density storage because it enables multiple pallets to be stored deep within the racking system, often up to five or six pallets deep. This maximises the use of available floor space.
Selective Access
Unlike some other high-density storage systems like drive-in or drive-through racking, push back racking offers selective access to each pallet position. This means that individual pallets can be accessed without disturbing other pallets in the same lane.
Efficiency
Push back racking is known for its efficiency in both loading and unloading pallets. It minimizes the need for forklifts to enter deep into the racking structure, reducing the risk of damage and improving productivity.
Improved Product Visibility
Each level of the push back racking system is visible from the aisle, making it easier for warehouse personnel to identify and retrieve specific pallets.
Redundant Rails
Push back racking systems are designed with redundant rails to provide additional safety and stability.
Versatility
Push back racking can accommodate a variety of pallet sizes and weights, making it suitable for a wide range of products and industries.
Reduced Aisle Width
Since forklifts only need to access the front of the racking system, the required aisle width is narrower than that of traditional selective racking systems, further optimising space.

The features of

Push Back Racking

Accessibility

All lanes can be accessed from the aisle at any time irrespective of the storage level.

Maintenance costs

Slow or fast movement of loads within lanes, requires little maintenance.

Applications

This type of system is well suited to the task of load marshalling, allowing up to six loads to be stored in each lane. It’s also great for bulk storage and bulk handling.

Identification

Each load in the depth can be identified by track-mounted ‘flags’ located on the access face.

Key facts

  • Aisle width: 3 - 4 metres
  • Space utilisation: 85%
  • Pallet accessibility reduced
  • Low throughput speeds
  • Standard forklift options

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