Conventional Aisle Adjustable Pallet Racking
Stakapal Pallet Racking is without exception our most widely used storage system for palletised loads. Construction typically comprises of double sided and single sided runs of racking, separated by aisles which are dimensioned to suit the customers counter balance fork lift trucks or the more space efficient reach trucks.
Stakapal Conventional Pallet Racking is the most commonly used system as it offers the flexibility to be easily adapted to meet your exact requirements.
What is Conventional Aisle Adjustable Pallet Racking?
The construction of Conventional Pallet Racking typically comprises of double sided and single sided runs of racking, separated by aisles which are dimensioned to suit the customers counter balance fork lift trucks or the more space efficient reach trucks. The full range is manufactured in the UK at our purpose-built factory in Cannock, Staffordshire.
Stakapal 2000 Series Conventional Pallet Racking is easily adjustable to accommodate changing stock profiles whilst ensuring direct access to individual pallets.
What are the features & benefits of Conventional Aisle Pallet Racks?
- 100% selectivity (access to every pallet)
- Complete flexibility to suit any pallet type/size and maximise space available
- Adjustable on a 75mm pitch
- High operating speed for high throughput
- Utilises commercially cost effective and easily sourced handling equipment
- Back up handling equipment usually easily sourced on rental market in event of a breakdown
Frequently Asked Questions
As the most commonly used system Conventional Aisle Adjustable Pallet Racking is an industrial storage system manufactured in heavy duty steel and used in warehouses and yards for storing any palletised products, building supplies, panel products, food and ingredients as well as carpet and textile storage.
Whatever products you are wish to store Stakapal will advise you how to maximise the available storage area and exactly which pallet racking solution will specifically meet your requirements.
Pallet Racking consists of vertical upright posts with beams attached at variable levels. Brace frames are located between the posts supporting the overall structure. A pallet racking bay consists of four posts with differing beam levels dependent upon the height from the floor to the first beam level as well as the height of the uprights.
Single bays are not generally recommended as this will greatly reduce the load bearing capacity, additional bays share two of the upright posts and strengthen the overall structure.
Systems are available in both double-sided and single-sided configurations. Single-sided racks can fit flush against the wall. 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.
Our technical engineers will assess your specific storage requirements and our comprehensive range of rack frames and beams ensure that there is a solution from Stakapal for any storage challenge customers may have.
As Stakapal offer 3 differing post types it enables us to offer an extensive range of racking frame load capabilities. The most common beam length used in the UK is 2700mm. This accommodates two 1200mm wide UK pallets stored side by side with a 75mm clearance either side of the pallet.
The Pallets are 1000mm deep and stored on a 900mm deep frame allowing 50mm overhang front and back. It is also possible to store the pallets 1200mm deep to allow the rack to be used to store a combination of UK and Euro pallets.
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.