Through-through shelf

Drive-in shelves are also called through-type shelves. The shelves of this system are densely arranged and the space utilization rate is extremely high, almost twice that of pallet-type shelves, but the goods must be of small varieties and large quantities, and the goods are first in and then out.The storage items must be assembled and unitized to determine the specifications, load capacity and stacking height of the pallets.From this, the span, depth, and layer spacing of the unit shelf are determined, and the height of the shelf is determined according to the effective height of the lower edge of the roof shelf.The total depth of the shelves in the area against the wall is best controlled within 6 pallet depths. The stability of such storage systems is weak, and the shelves should not be too high. It should usually be controlled within 10m, and the weight should usually be controlled within 1500kg, and the pallet span should not be greater than 1.5m.The commonly equipped forklifts are forward-moving battery forklifts or counterweight battery forklifts.It is mostly used in the dairy, beverage and other food industries, and it is also more common in cold storage.