Used pallet racks can be easily reconfigured for expansion. Several options are available for decking. Any type of forklift can be used in this rack system. Many accessories are available including row spacers, column protectors and supports. Used pallet rack manufacturers include Frazier, Interlake, Steel King and Unarco. American Surplus stocks these brands along with Ridg-u-Rak and Mecalux. Design and installation of used pallet racks, by trained professionals, is available nationwide.
Some of the brands we sell are: Bull Dog Pallet Racking, Husky Pallet Racking, Burtman Pallet Racking, Interlake Pallet Racking, Dexco Pallet Racking, Teardrop Pallet Racking, Deltruie Pallet Racking, Mecalux Pallet Racking, Elite Pallet Racking, Konstant Pallet Racking, Excell Pallet Racking, Penco Pallet Racking, Frazier Pallet Racking, Republic Pallet Racking, Frick Gallager Pallet Racking, Ridg-u-Rack Pallet Rack, Structural Pallet Racking and Speed Rack.
What some people call pallet rack others may call it: Warehouse Storage, Storage Racking, Industrial Shelving Racks, Industrial Pallet Racking, Used Pallet Racking, Pallet Rack Frames, Warehouse Racking, Pallet Rack Beams, Pallet Racking Systems and Pallet Rack Uprights.
Used pallet racks store materials on pallets in horizontal rows on multiple levels. Pallet racks require the use of a forklift truck to load and unload pallets onto the racks. All pallet racking, no matter the style, will increase the storage density of your warehouse, retail centers, and any other storage facility.
There are many factors to consider when choosing which style of pallet racking is right for you: Storage density required/ desired. Building space, both floor space and height. Placement of obstructions (doors, support beams, building columns, etc. Inventory size and weight. Inventory accessibility & cost.
Used selective pallet racks are the least dense and also the least expensive option, and allows for direct access to each product at each shelf height. They come in two main styles, roll formed and structural. Roll formed racking is typically lighter and has horizontal load beams that are held in to place by clips, and are typically adjustable in 2 inch increments. This makes adjusting the rack heights very easy, but roll formed pallet racks cannot hold as much weight as other styles, and tend to be less resistant to impact by forklifts.