Stack racks allow warehouses to make the most of space by protecting products and equipment in contained structures that can be placed on top of one another in vertical arrangements as high as five units tall. When these racks are not in use, they can be stored in even more compact, consolidated arrangements to minimize consumption of storage space needed for other equipment and materials. Many different types of stack racks exist for specific material types and material handling needs, and most are portable to some degree to combine mobility with efficiency in space management.
Nesting Stack Racks.
Nesting portable stack racks designed to protect products from damage, consolidate storage space, facilitate easy storage of otherwise difficult to store items, and reduce time and money spent on handling product within your facility. Most of these racks can be stacked three to five high if they are fully loaded, or they can be stored and/or shipped in tight, compact bundles. Nesting racks come in a variety of models and sizes to accommodate products of all sizes and weights.
Tire Storage Stack Racks
Tire racks can be ordered in many different styles. Our most popular is a design that features perforated decking that allows water from sprinklers to pass through to the ground. This type of stack rack is completely compliant with even the strictest of fire codes that prohibit storage systems that can potentially block sprinkler water. Another popular design is the wire mesh decking. This is a good rack to use for used tires or low price point tires. The center post tire rack is the most affordable and simple design we offer, and are very easy to load and unload. Tire racks can be placed on pallet and can hold up to 2,000 pounds when pallets are stacked five high.
These stack racks are designed to accommodate the sensitivity of nursery stock that is being transported or stored. Sturdy shelving allows these racks to be stack up to 5 high without crushing seedlings. The unique design of these systems also encourages air circulations to keep plants cool and protect them from heat.
Railcar Shipping Racks
These racks allow for double stacking inside of rail cars, doubling the content capacity of each box car. The concept of the rail rack is amazingly simple. The first row of product goes under the rail rack, and the second row sits on top of it.
Custom Stack Racks
Many heavy items and heavy-duty applications require a custom stack rack be constructed that will accommodate specific dimensions or specific product loads.
Shipping and receiving areas can experience some very heavy-duty, if not downright brutal activity at times. Products such as glass, side panels, hoods, catalytic converters, and transmissions can be destroyed with a single, accidental collision. To protect products that are being transported to and from docks, shipping stack racks offer both mobility and protection. Most models are designed with sides that can fold down so they can be stored in compact, efficient stacks.
Special shipping racks can be built to stack 2 high during shipment and as much as 5 high during warehouse storage.
Suspended Roll Stack Racks
Suspended roll racks can be used to protect any type of sensitive, rolled material. These specialty storage tools use a core beam design that holds the roll up off the floor and prevents it from ever touching the ground. They can be accessed with a fork lift or a hoist. These racks can be stacked up to 3 high.
Coiled Roll Stack Racks
Coiled material of any kind can be much heavier than one might expect. Coil stack racks are ideal for storing heavy material such as steel coil in consolidated, efficiently utilized space with a minimum risk of injury or damage. Coils can be stacked up to 5 high, and the entire structure can be moved with a forklift.
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