Tri-Lift NJ offers a wide variety of racking and pallet storage solutions for making your facility more efficient. Whether you need equipment or a custom application to improve your operation, Tri-Lift NJ has the expertise to make it happen.
When it comes to pallet racking, it's crucial to choose the appropriate system for your operation to be as efficient as possible. Below are five of the most common types of racking used throughout the industry.
Tri-Lift NJ can help you choose the appropriate system for your unique operation. An advantage to using Tri-Lift is the fact that we can provide expert insight as to what equipment will work best and fit perfectly into the system we design together. We will help guide you through the entire process from start to finish. Schedule an Application Analysis today to have one of our experts take a look at your application and help choose the right racking for your needs.
These systems are the most popular and widely used in the industry. Selective Pallet Racking Systems provide ease of access and enable efficient use of valuable warehouse space. Advantages to this type of racking:
These systems are perfect for long and bulky loads because there are no aisle uprights to obstruct horizontal space. Cantilever racking is best suited for items such as carpet rolls, tubing, pipes, furniture and lumber. Advantages to this type of racking:
These systems are ideal for high density storage of a uniform product. Forklifts are able to drive directly into the the rack to allow storage of five or more pallets deep. Advantages to this type of racking:
These systems have the ability to double or triple warehouse storage capacity as compared to drive in or conventional systems. Gravity Flow is ideal for operations that store perishable goods. Advantages to this type of racking:
These systems utilize telescoping carriages which allow up to five pallet positions deep. Push back racking systems are perfect for operations that need a large amount of pallet positions. Advantages to this type of racking: