Through shelf

Gallery shelf

The corridor-type shelf, also called the drive-in shelf and the through-type shelf, is a continuous shelf that is not separated by a channel. On the support rail (the cow leg beam), the tray is stored in the depth direction, one immediately One, which makes high-density storage possible. The drive-in rack is suitable for storing small quantities and large quantities of goods. It is often used to store large quantities of the same type of goods. It has high space utilization and is suitable for high storage space costs such as food industry, chemical industry, garment industry and cold storage. The storage cost of its unit site is relatively low.

The corridor-type shelves can be divided into one-way and two-way arrangement according to the direction of picking up. The total depth of the one-way (by wall area) shelf is preferably controlled within 6 tray depths, and the two-way (intermediate area can be picked up on both sides) the total depth of the shelf area. It is best controlled within 12 pallet depths to increase the efficiency and reliability of forklift access.

◇ high utilization of warehouse

◇ Suitable for storing a small amount of items

◇ access efficiency is poor

◇Access items are subject to the order of storage location, advanced and out
 

Through shelf structure


Through shelf diagram


Shelf part chart summary