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Push-Back Vs. Pallet-Flow Racks: What Is the Difference?

Push-Back Vs. Pallet-Flow Racks: What Is the Difference?

One of the most valuable resources in a warehouse is the storage space. If you are considering updating your warehouse’s storage solutions, it can be beneficial to learn what the difference is between push-back vs. pallet-flow racks.

The Basics of Each

Both the push-back rack and the pallet-flow rack are practical options for storage solutions for any operation. If your warehouse needs a new, more efficient system to optimize available space, either of these are good options. Below is the basic information to know about each of them.

Push-Back Rack

The push-back rack is a high-density storage solution that uses gravity to ensure the vertical storage in your warehouse is used properly. With this system, using gravity as the force, pallets are directed to the next available position made vacant by the last pallet removed. This is traditionally referred to as a last-in-first-out system.

Pallet-Flow Rack

A pallet-flow rack works similarly to the way a conveyor functions. It’s loaded at one end and then flows down inclined rollers to the pick faces. This can work with up to 20 pallet positions—sometimes even more than that if need be. This is traditionally referred to as a first-in-first-out system.

Problem-Solving Properties

Each rack system type offers unique properties that solve certain common problems within warehouses. Below is a brief breakdown of which issues or applications each racking type is best suited to address.

Push-Back Rack

The push-back rack is best for operations that use the same or similar-sized pallets for all of their needs. This storage solution allows for easy access to each pick face for aisle allowance. It’s also great for warehouses with many SKUs. If you want to avoid lift trucks from entering the rack, this just may be the perfect solution for you.

Pallet-Flow Rack

The pallet-flow rack system is best for operations that need to increase the number of pallet positions available in their given space. Space-saving solutions for warehouses are essential. These are also a great choice for distribution centers that require frequent rotation of their stock. With the pallet-flow rack system, you can keep your warehouse storage system up to date and efficient.

The main difference between the push-back rack and the pallet-flow rack system is in the solutions they provide. Both are effective methods, but the real question is which is right for your unique operation? Check out DAK Solutions’ range of top-quality warehouse storage equipment and contact us today to learn more about our systems.

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