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We carry a wide selection of used warehouse racks, including teardrop pallet racks and structural racks. Browse used pallet racking uprights, beams, wire decking and rack packages (full sections and bays). We can also customize your racking in our fabrication shop to meet your facility’s specific needs.
If you’re looking for a warehouse storage solution that will provide increased organization, efficiency, productivity and legitimate savings, you need a used pallet rack system from East Coast Storage Equipment.
Our pre-owned pallet racking prices are among the most competitive in the industry. We ship nationwide, so you can get the perfect used pallet rack even if you aren’t near our New Jersey locations.
Leverage our experience, knowledge, expansive inventory and resources for your pallet shelving needs.
If we don’t have the pallet rack you’re looking for, we’ll do our best to find it for you. Contact us by calling 888.294.5022 or reaching out online.
Pallet rack load capacity varies from system to system and depends on a large number of factors, including the specific beams and uprights used in the bay. Most pallet racks can support enormous loads, but keep in mind that loads must be distributed evenly.
To calculate the load capacity you will need your pallet rack to support, multiply the heaviest load you would store in a single pallet position by the total number of positions you have for each beam level. That will give you the beam load capacity. Then, consider the number of beams you would need to accommodate the loads you need to handle. From there, one of our material handling experts can help you find the right rack for your needs.
Pallet racks are made of steel, so they can last for decades. That makes them a great piece of warehouse equipment to buy used. However, a few factors can affect the lifespan of a pallet rack:
To be up to code and manage heavy loads, pallet racks must be anchored to the floor. Each column must have a footplate, and you have to anchor each footplate to the floor with an anchor bolt. Learn more about anchoring pallet racks.
You may see these terms used interchangeably as you shop for pre-owned pallet racking, but there is a difference between used and refurbished pallet racks. Both are pre-owned, but refurbished pallet racks have been restored to a condition that is supposed to be like new. Meanwhile, used racking is typically sold as-is, with minimal work done to it before the sale.
The costs of refurbishing are usually passed down to the buyer, meaning you will likely pay more for refurbished pallet racking than used racking.
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