Drive-In Rack

Drive-in pallet racks is a drive-in system that provides static high-density storage for large quantities of like product with low-level turnover. It is ideal for like products with a high number of pallets per article type, generally stored and shipped in large lots.

Drive-in rack systems offer the highest use of available space in terms of both area and height. Forklifts can drive directly into the rack to allow storage of six or more pallets deep. Drive-in rack can generally accommodate as many article types as there are loading aisles. They are built with upright frames and side rails.

Drive in and drive through pallet racking allows for dense storage and huge space savings. Forklift operators drive into the rack system to get what they need. Building a drive-in pallet rack provides a great option to warehouses looking to store large amounts of similar product.

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Advantages of drive-in pallet racks

  • Maximum use of available space, up to 85% over conventional pallet rack
  • Forklifts work within the racks so there are no aisles between rows
  • Reduces space costs, holds more loads
  • The systems offer a wide variety of lengths and upright sections
  • Entrance and exit of goods are well controlled
  • Driving into the racking system to gather materials can make it faster and easier to move things
  • Holds heavy loads
  • Great for a distribution center or storage space with a large number of a few products
  • Can be used in the construction of rack-supported warehouses, as they do not require the existence of a building prior to construction.

Disadvantages of drive-in pallet racks

  • Drivers must be very attentive to their work to avoid pallet rack damage
  • Pallet rack systems can be expensive, especially when buying new

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Drive-Thru Rack

The drive-in racking system uses a common entry/exit but drive-thru racks have a separate entry and exit. This is a nice feature for warehouses that have a lot of traffic or a need to move quickly and more efficiently.