The pushback pallet racking system works in the way described here. A pallet is loaded on a cart at the front of the bay. To load a subsequent pallet, the loaded forklift pushes the first pallet back (which rolls easily because of the cart it is resting on), and places the second pallet on the next cart in the nested stack.
This process is repeated multiple times for as many carts as the system holds. Because the rails and pallets are stored at a slight incline, pallets automatically roll to the front of the bay when pallets are removed.
Pushback rack systems can typically support 2 to 5 pallets per lane.
There are several factors when evaluating when pushback rack makes sense for your project. If all of the below items are true, pushback warehouse racking could be a good fit.
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