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Used Pallet Flow Rack

Used pallet flow racks: Let gravity drive your pallets.

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Pallet Flow Gravity Storage Rack Systems

Pallet flow rack is a First In, First Out (FIFO), non-static, high-density storage rack system that uses a gravity skatewheel (steel or polycarbonate) conveyor or rollers installed on beams at a minor decline to move pallets within the racking system.

Our used pallet flow rack systems are engineered and customized for your specific application  – including the depth, width and speed of the flow lanes.

East Coast Storage Equipment stocks all kinds of pallet flow rack components, such as pallet flow rail, pallet flow brakes and racking to design the perfect pallet flow rack system for your facility and product application.

Find the Perfect Used Pallet Flow Rack

Don’t see the used pallet flow system that would work for your facility? Don’t sweat it. This kind of system is highly customizable, so it’s best that we get a thorough idea of your needs. After that, we can choose the used components and put together the perfect pallet flow solution.

To get started, get in touch with our expert team. Call 888.294.5022 or contact us online.

Used Pallet Flow Rack FAQs

Are Different Types of Pallet Flow Rails Available?

When shopping around for pallet flow racking, you may come across several different types of flow rails. Flow rails consist of a track or roller system set at a slight decline over the length of the rack. You will usually find that flow rails consist of several components:

  • Magnum wheel
  • Steel skatewheel
  • Full and split roller
What Are Some Advantages of This Type of Racking?

Pallet flow rack can improve your warehouse in many different ways. While the first thing that comes to mind when considering pallet flow racking is high-density storage, other benefits make this type of racking a great choice for any storage facility:

  • Automated product rotation. Once the rack is loaded up, product rotation becomes automatic, meaning reduced overall handling costs.
  • Save on equipment costs. Since forklifts are only necessary for initial loading and final unloading, usually, only two aisles are necessary. This means fewer forklifts, less wasted space and fewer operating hours.
  • Increase operational efficiency. Pallet flow racking, with only two aisles dedicated to loading and unloading, tends to create more orderly traffic.

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