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Used Drive-In Rack

Drive-in rack is a high-density storage solution perfect for maximizing your facility’s space. Workers can access pallets stored on rails using forklifts that drive directly into the deep lane. East Coast Storage Equipment is here to help you find the right used drive-in rack system for your facility. Explore our selection of drive-in racks below.


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Accessible Storage Options with Drive-In Racking

Used drive-in racks are a great solution for applications requiring ultra-high-density storage. Our drive-in rack professionals have been designing and installing all kinds of used drive-in pallet rack systems for more than 20 years. We are here to answer your questions and help you find the drive-in rack storage solution that’s right for you.

Our used drive-in rack inventory includes used drive-in rack systems and components, including frames, arms, and load and guide rails. We have the drive-in pallet racking prices and selection you’re looking for.

Used Drive-In Pallet Racking to Meet Your Needs

If you’re looking for a drive-in specialty item, or just don’t see what you’re looking for, don’t hesitate to contact us. If we don’t have it in stock, we’ll do our best to find it.

Maximize your space and your dollar with a used drive-in rack system from East Coast Storage Equipment. Contact us by calling 888.294.5022 or reaching out online.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are Some Storage Benefits of Drive-In Racks?

Manufacturers design drive-in racking systems for large stock and a few product types, but they offer plenty of advantages over other forms of pallet storage racking. The deep lanes used in drive-in systems help reduce space limitations and cut costs for storage. Drive-in systems also eliminate the need for multiple access aisles, freeing up even more precious floor space.

What’s the Difference Between Drive-In and Drive-Through?

When we are talking about drive-in racking, we are often referring to a system of storing pallets in a last-in/first-out (LIFO) configuration. Workers will load pallets and retrieve them from the front side. In this system, the last pallet loaded becomes the first pallet that is accessible.

For drive-through racking, workers will use a first in/first out (FIFO) configuration for pallet storage. Workers load pallets on one side of the rack, while the other side is for unloading. This ensures you have access to the oldest product first.

How Does a Drive-In Racking System Work?

A drive-in racking system uses a single entrance for forklifts and other lift equipment. The driver can drive into the racks to place pallets or retrieve them. Instead of beams blocking access, a unique system of set arms holds pallets while providing enough space for a forklift to pass in and out.

Can Drive-In Rack Increase Storage Capacity?

Yes. When used correctly, drive-in racking can increase overall storage capacity by allowing palletized loads to be optimally stored while still allowing access to forklifts. Of course, you’ll need to pair the right racking with an optimized warehouse layout for the best results.

Are Drive-In Racking Systems FIFO or LIFO?

Drive-in racking is LIFO or Last-in-First-out. In this system, the last pallet placed in the rack is the first retrieved by forklift operators. If you’re looking for a FIFO, or First-in-First-out system, drive-through rack is the system you need to consider.

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