Light and Medium Duty Racks
FAQs About Light And Medium Duty Racks
While designing rack systems, features such as load, storage speed, weight, place to be installed are of great importance. These racking systems, on the other hand, have many types, including light load and heavy load. Light and medium-duty shelving systems are used as the most frequently preferred method for stacking products that are not too heavy and do not take up too much space. These shelf systems, which can adapt to all kinds of storage areas, have easily replaceable eye openings. In light and medium load shelves, this system is made of strong, rigid and steel materials. Its most frequent use is automotive, wholesalers, supermarkets, spare parts, construction building materials, logistics companies and electronic materials. The light and medium duty racks used by these industries are easy to rearrange and expand easily. Companies have to choose a shelf system in accordance with the width, size or height of the storage areas. In this way, they can benefit from shelf options such as high-altitude rack systems, low-altitude rack systems, platform or partitioned. Thanks to the light and medium-duty shelf systems that provide an elegant appearance to the storage areas, the products can be easily accessed. These shelves, which can also be used with other shelf systems, are among the systems frequently preferred by users.
According to What Should Light and Medium Duty Shelves be Preferred?
As in every shelf system, it is necessary to choose light and medium-duty shelves by paying attention to some issues. These issues can be listed as follows:
• Structure of the Warehouse: When choosing light and medium-duty shelves, the height of the shelf should be determined first. Since the beams and columns in the warehouse will also affect this height, the measurements should be made accordingly. Another point to be considered when making height calculations is the strength of the ground, the flatness of the ground and the relevant design.
• Properties of Stored Goods: For light and medium-duty shelves, the properties of the product to be stored are also important. In particular, factors such as the appearance, size and weight of the products affect the properties of the shelf. Therefore, it is necessary to make an appropriate design after learning these features.
• Accessibility of Stored Goods: The products in the warehouses must be in a location that can be accessed immediately when needed. Therefore, when designing these shelf systems, care should be taken that the shelves are not too deep or inaccessible.
What Are Light And Medium Duty Racks?
Used in areas such as offices, cold rooms, retail environments and storage areas, light and medium-duty racking systems are suitable for areas with smaller and lighter applications. The low cost also increases the use of these cargo racks. Here are some examples of shelving systems that are considered light to medium load:
• Archive shelf systems
• Construction market shelf systems
• Compact archive shelving systems
• Wooden shelf systems
• Suspended warehouse rack systems