Pallet Racking

We Design and Install New Pallet Rack and Industrial Systems

Warehouse Equipment & Supplies Co. is a leading nationwide provider of turnkey industrial systems including warehouse space planning, design, supplying, and installation.


Our Warehouse Design Specialists offer consultation services to help design, plan, and execute all your warehouse needs to Maximize Your Warehouse Space. We also have highly trained professional installation crews to ensure that the execution of your warehouse setup is done right, from start to finish. 


All our design, layout services, and application consulting is FREE! Contact one of our Design Specialists for a pallet racking shelving quote at (888) 850-RACK (7225) or email us at  sales@warehouseequipmentsite.com

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Pallet racking systems

Selective Pallet Rack

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 The most universal system for direct and individual access to each pallet. 

Carton Flow Rack

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 This hand picking system is made up of slightly inclined wheel and roller platforms. The product is deposited at one end to slide safely and gradually down to the picking aisle.  

Drive-In Pallet Rack

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Ideal for stocking large quantities of relatively few items. It can reduce overall square footage requirements by at least 35% compared to a standard selective rack configuration. 

Push Back Pallet Rack

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Product is placed on a free-rolling cart that is pushed back into the system by loading additional pallets.  

Cantilever Rack

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 The optimal storage solution for long, bulky items such as furniture, lumber, tubing, textiles, and piping. 

Pallet Flow Rack

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In this first-in/first-out (FIFO) system, pallets are loaded at the top end of a gently sloped rail and glide safely and effortlessly at a controlled pace to the other side.  

Pallet Rack Accessories

Wire Decking

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Wire decking provides a storage deck solution for your pallet rack while meeting OSHA and local fire code standards. It makes loading of different types and sizes of pallets safer and easier. 

Post Protectors

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Post Protectors are anchored to the floor protecting the upright from costly forklift damage. 

Rack Backs

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Protect workers and equipment from falling items with Rack Back panels. Rack Back panels create a sturdy barrier between stored items and the ground below. 

M Dividers

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M Dividers are commonly used in racks storing wood, rugs and other vertically-oriented products. M dividers separate product that is being stored upright in a rack system, and get their name from the shape the divider makes when laid on its side. 

End of Row Protectors

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End of Row Protectors are used on rack systems with high-traffic aisles. The row end protectors are placed on the end-of-aisle frames offering added protection from forklift damage. 

Shelf Dividers

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These are used on pallet rack shelves to separate the contents of a beam level.

Corrugated Decking

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Corrugated decks are used on pallet rack to create a shelf level that is flush with the beam for smooth product loading and unloading.  

Pallet Supports

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 Pallet support bars are used in pallet rack for added pallet fall protection. 

Universal Drop Pins

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 Universal drop pins will keep beams secured in the upright frame, even in the event of upward force. 

Pallet Rack Enclosures

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Pallet Rack Enclosures secure inventory and the contents of existing pallet racks and prevent the theft of stored warehouse items. 

Carton Flow Rack

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This hand picking system is made up of slightly inclined wheel and roller platforms. The product is deposited at one end to slide safely and gradually down to the picking aisle.   

Row Spacer

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Row spacers are used in flue spaces between uprights to stabilize the rack system or provide clearance for building columns and other obstacles. 

Common Selective Pallet Rack Design Questions to Ask:

  • Dimensions of the pallet (W x D x H)?
  • What is the weight of the pallets being stored? 
  • What size uprights (D x H)?
  • What size beams?
  • Beam capacity?
  • Beam spacing (distance between beam levels)?  
  • How many beam levels per bay(not including ground level)? 
  • Wire decking or pallet supports?
  • What type of lift truck will be predominantly used in the warehouse? 
  • What are the aisle requirements?
  • Do you need any pallet rack add-ons (i.e. Post Protectors, End of Row Rack Protectors, or Rack Backs)?

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Warehouse Equipment & Supplies Co.

P.O. Box 157040, Cincinnati, OH 45215

(888) 850-7225 ~ sales@warehouseequipmentsite.com

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