Push Back Rack
Push back rack is designed for last-in, first-out (LIFO) inventory management.
Rack supports carts that move along inclined rails. Push back systems utilize the warehouse cube to reduce required aisle space and maximize product storage, making it a high-density pallet storage solution. A variety of layout configurations are available with variable bay widths to accommodate single-wide or double-wide pallet rows.
Since push back systems maximize product storage, they are ideal for spaces that require a higher density solution such as freezer and cooler environments. Push back rack allows access to multiple groups of SKUs simultaneously to accommodate warehouses or distribution centers that house a variety of products.
Read below to learn more about push back racking product flow, typical applications, and other considerations. If you'd like to speak with a representative regarding push back rack, fill in the contact form on this page or call (800)595-0400.
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Specifications and Options
Rack Support Structure Types:
- Roll formed frames and beams
- Structural channel frames and beams
- 2 pallets to 6 pallets deep
- Commonly up to 4 levels high, more depending on retrieval method
- Floor-mounted for maximum vertical storage
- Low profile stack height for maximized vertical storage
- Channel track assembly for high strength and durability
- Sealed bearings for all wheels to maintain flow performance
- Cart covers
- Welded Struts to accept wire decks
Push Back Product Flow
Each pallet is loaded from the front of the system on to a cart. Using the next pallet, the first is slowly pushed until it is aligned with the next available cart. When the front pallet is unloaded, the next pallet glides to the front for picking.