|Surface Finish||Color Coated|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
|Product Type||Storage Racks|
|Load per Layer||500-1000 kg/layer|
|No. Of Shelves||3|
(The Price coated above is on per pallet Location basis) Drive-in racking is designed for the storage of homogenous products. It accommodates a large number of pallets for each SKU. This system makes better use of the available space both in terms of area and height. This type of installation is made of a set of racks, which form inner load lanes, with support rails for the pallets. Forklifts enter these inner lanes with the load raised above the level at which it will be deposited.
Each load lane has support rails on both sides. These are arranged on different levels, and the pallets are placed on top of them. This racking system is made of extremely robust material, thus making it suitable for storing fully-loaded pallets. The drive-in system can accommodate as many SKU’s as there are load lanes. The number of pallets will depend on the depth and the number of load levels. It is best to store products with the same SKU in each load lane, to avoid unnecessary pallet manoeuvres. The depth of each lane will depend on the number of pallets per SKU, the space available and the length of time they will be stored. THE Drive-in Systems are mainly of Two types :-
(i)Drive-in This is the most common way of managing loads in a drive-in system. The racks function like a warehouse depot. There is just one access aisle, from which loading and unloading are carried out in reverse order. Loading order: A,B,C,D Unloading order: D,C,B,A LIFO system (the first load in is the last one out) Loading order: A,B,C,D Unloading order: A,B,C,D FIFO system (the first load in is the first one out) General features.
(ii)Drive-through :- In this case, the load is managed using the racks as a buffer warehouse, with two load access points, one on each side of the bays. With this system, it is possible to control production differences, for example, between manufacturing and dispatch, between production phase 1 and phase 2, or between production and loading bays.
· Maximum profitability of the available space (up to 85%).
· Removal of aisles between the ranking.
· Rigorous control of entries and exits.
· It allows as many SKU as loading lanes.