Over the years, Wynright has provided millions of dollars of racking to various clients. This rack material has been furnished in a variety of configurations to fit each customer's specific storage requirements.
Selective Pallet Racking is the method of rack storage most frequently utilized. This type of storage allows for maximum selectivity by providing access to any pallet at each storage location within a given racking bay. However, what this storage method affords in the area of selectivity, it tends to give up in lost storage positions due to the number of aisles needed to access product.
Drive-In and Drive-Thru Rack provide the maximum storage density of product but is limited to a single SKU for all storage levels in each bay location. These storage types are most commonly utilized when large quantities or lots of a single product are stored and shipped in bulk. Drive-In racking is typically utilized in a LIFO (last-in-first-out) configuration while Drive-Thru rack may be utilized in either a LIFO or FIFO (first-in-first-out) system as access may be gained from both ends of the system.
The concept of the Push-Back Rack allows for the storage of product in a LIFO (last-in-first-out) configuration while affording the ability to have different products stored at different elevations within the same bay. This storage type can be used to store product from 2 to 6 deep. Product rotation can be accomplished with batch method. Suitable for applications where multiple pallets of like product are stored. Aisle space is substantially reduced over conventional methods.
The use of Pallet Flow Racking is recommended where a FIFO (first-in-first-out) system of product rotation is needed. This method of storage affords multiple depth pallet load storage while allowing for total product selectivity within a given racking bay. This storage concept ensures product rotation within a lane and minimizes the number of aisles required in a facility.
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