Guided Aisle Cantilever Racking
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. The full range is manufactured in the UK at our purpose-built factory in Cannock, Staffordshire.
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.
What are the features & benefits Guided Aisle Cantilever Racking?
- 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
Frequently Asked Questions
Guided Aisle Cantilever Racking is manufactured in heavy duty steel and used in warehouses and yards for storing long lengths of product in particular steel pipes and tubes, panel products, laminates and worktops, timber and PVCu extrusions.
Whatever long products you are wish to store Stakapal will advise you how to maximise the available storage area and exactly which racking solution will specifically meet your requirements.
Guided Aisle Cantilever Racking consists of vertical upright columns with arms attached at variable heights. Brace frames are located at the back of the racks to increase the load capacity along with integral bases that support the overall structure. Arms can be adapted to accommodate specific load bearing requirements and designed to suit any pack size to fully maximise the available area.
Guided Aisle systems have runs positioned closer together whereby products are accessed by specialist trucks which are guided by a guide-rail system to avoid damage to the racking structure. Single-sided racks can fit flush against the wall whilst a double-sided configuration allows the racking to be used from either side, and can be used throughout the warehouse, creating storage space on either side of the central column.
Product can be stored at much greater heights ensuring cubic space is utilised to its full capacity.
Our tapered arms are available in a wide range of lengths from 600mm up to 2100mm, depending upon bespoke requirements. Our most common arm lengths are 1220mm and 2100mm which are widely used in the Timber and Panel Products industries. Arm loadings are available from between 500kgs to 2000kgs.
Yes, we do - Stakapal’s in-house installation teams are all SEIRS (Storage Equipment Installers Registration Scheme) registered from Advanced Skills through to Site Management capability.
Our Dedicated Technical Engineers will visit your site providing a free site racking survey service guiding you through the complete process from concept to completion.