Push Back Racking System can be three or four pallets deep, but commonly only two pallets deep. Which is also one the the 10 most common pallet racking systems.
Push Back Racking System Features
- Clear aisles of 3 to 3.4m
- First in last out (FILO) for each slot
- Can be three or four pallets deep, but commonly only two pallets deep
- Pallets are pushed back from aisle by fork lift trucks
- Pallets are placed on low friction carts
- Used for full pallet storage only
- Forklift drivers need to be careful when loading in an out to avoid pallet damage
- Utilisation: 85-90%
When do you use it?
- When you have more pallets per SKU and want to gain greater storage density
- When order picking is not required from pallets within push back racking
When not to use it?
- When you need to perform order picking from pallets
- When pallets are accessed frequently for picking and are then put away again
- Where pallet to pallet contact is can cause damage to stock
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