Pallet Racking Solutions
HeavyDutyRacks Company aims to provide ease of dealing with kitchen and lifestyle accessories and products in a proper and sustainable way. With the supply in more than 50 cities, we lead in the rack manufacturing and supplying business in India. Racks are manufactured under the supervision of our highly experienced professional with the experience of more than 5 years. We offer our clients with the wide range of products like the display stands, bin baskets, grocery store racks, palletize racks, skeleton racks, cd display stands, electronic racks, mezzanine floor, shopping trolley, wire products, pallet racks, shopping basket, fruit and vegetables rack, heavy duty racks, pigeon hole racks, slotted angle racks, gift racks, library racks, shoe racks, Slat wall fixture, cosmetic racks, FMCG racks, hanging systems, wine and liquor racks, grocery racks, garment racks, wall display shelves, departmental racks, gondola racks, hypermarket racks, retail display racks, plastic crates , store displays, commercial racks, ladder tray, glass racks, metal display racks, steel racks, supermarket racks, plastic shopping trollies, stainless steel shopping trollies and many more
Determining the Length of Load Beams
Every pallet will be resting on two load beams, therefore while creating the pallet rack design, it becomes imperative to know the kind of fork lift trucks that are or will be in use.
When using a Counter Balanced Pallet Truck, the following needs to be considered for design;
In the case of an Outrigger Pallet Truck it becomes necessary to design the width that matches the load or the outrigger whichever is larger. The other considerations can be the same
Determining the Beam Capacity
In lieu of offering customized solutions to clients, the beam capacity from Don Racks is based on weight of the load, number of pallets that will be used and type of pallet to be used (metallic, wooden or plastic).
Beam capacity = Load Weight x Number of Pallets
The beam capacity thus derived is used to determine the type of beam. For instance, single level pallet racks may require less beam capacity and vice versa in the case of multi level systems.
Depth – The depth of frames needs to be at least 6” lesser than that of the dimension of the pallet stringer (3” increments are recommended)
Row spacer length = (No. of pallets (or) Load overhang x 2) + 6” (approx)
To ascertain the ‘wall fix length’ adding 6” to the load overhang or pallet will do.
Upright Height – While determining the upright height of the frame, it is important to consider the following;
Capacity – The frame capacity is based on the quantity of load that is supported by the shelf beams, the necessary vertical shelf spacing, the number of levels on the bay and the number of bays per row.