Push Back Pallet Racks
2-Deep, 3-Deep and 4-Deep in Stock!
Ships within typically 48 Hours!
Expert Staff Means Practical Solutions
Let’s say that the awkward shape of a particular series of items in your inventory makes it difficult to secure the items to pallets, and the troublesome shape makes it difficult to load them into push-back racks because one pallet cannot be pushed against another. The answer? Pallet collars, which provide a wall around the outside of the pallet to accommodate push-back rack loading and add rigidity as well.
What does all of that mean to you? Value, service, safety, quality. Since 1989, MHE has designed systems that keep customers coming back. Perhaps one of the biggest reasons is the variety and quality you will find in our 350,000 square foot climate-controlled warehouse showroom & our over 300,000 SF spread out over the U.S.
Benefits and Advantages
Aisles go away, replaced by pallet racks from 2 to 5 pallets deep. As is the case with the similar drive-in rack, the push-back rack is best suited to first-in/last-out inventory rotation.
- More available space utilized compared to selective racks
- Allows designation of specific levels as needed
- Enhance safety with interlocking, brake-equipped carts
- Drastically improved selectivity compared to drive-in racks
- Lift truck not required to enter the rack structure, unlike drive-in or through
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Approximately 84 bays of 4 deep x 2 wide. 24 of these bays are 4 high or 32 pp per bay. The remainder are 3 high or 24 pp per bay.
Approximately 56 bays of 3 deep x 2 wide. All of these bays are 3 high or 18 pp per bay. The uprights are a minimum of 22′ tall, and the beams are 96″ long x 4″ and 5″ Face. Five are 12′ wide bays. Three are 4 deep x 3 wide x 2 high, and two are 3 deep x 3 wide x 2 high.
Per the manufacturer Unarco, this rack system was built to support 2,000 lbs per pp. up to a 68″ opening. All of the Uprights, including the monoposts, have 6″x 6″ SFP, and the front posts on the 54″ uprights are reinforced to 30″.