Guided Aisle Cantilever Racking consists of the same basic components as Conventional and Free-Path systems.
What is Guided-Aisle Cantilever Racking?
Guided Aisle Cantilever Racking consists of the same basic components as Conventional and Free-Path systems, but with the runs positioned closer together to eliminate the waste of space of a wide aisle.
Long load products can be stored to a far greater height to ensure cubic space is utilised to the full.
Products are accessed using specialist trucks which are guided by guide-rail systems to avoid damage to the rack structure.
Stakapal’s Cantilever Racks are designed to the SEMA Code of Practice for the design of Static Cantilever Racking and/or FEM 10-2-09 and/or BS5950 Part 5 and/or BS EN 1993 -1-3 (Eurocode 3).
What are the features & benefits of Guided-Aisle Cantilever Racks?
- 100% accessibility to individual packs
- Configuration provides higher density than that of Conventional Free-Path systems
- Specialist side loading trucks or multi-directional reach trucks are required to operate within reduced aisle widths
- Better space utilisation
- The increased costs incurred for specialist trucks can often be offset by the added value to your warehouse with improved utilisation of space