If you are searching for pallet racks anywhere in the state of Arizona, Storage Equipment Systems is here to help!
Pallet Racks For Sale
Here is a list of pallet rack types, offered by Storage Equipment Systems, Inc:
Gravity Flow Racks
Think of these pallet racks as the most convenient version of the shelving. This storage can be used for pallet loads in an order picking application. They provide a sort of first in, first out rotation of inventory.
Cantilever racks are the best racking option for large, oversized products. No vertical supports are featured on these racks, meaning long-length items can fit anywhere. Pipes, tubing or furniture typically stay on cantilever racks.
Single-Deep Selective Racks
By far, single-deep selective racks are the most popular racks used in today’s warehouses. It is the lowest density storage solution, and it provides unimpeded access to all racks. Customization is a benefit with single-deep racks. You can design the racks to work perfectly with any sort of lift truck.
Double-Deep Selective Racks
These pallet racks are set up with one in front of the other. Not as customizable as the single-deep racks, these pallets will require specific lift trucks in order to be utilized efficiently.
This shelving offers significant density, ideal for large facilities. Multiple deep locations offer even more space and access points.
With its multiple deep configuration, density with these racks is considerable. The most efficient way to utilize this shelving is by emptying it completely before attempting to restock the shelves.
Pallet Racking Cost
On average, a warehouse pallet racking system will cost $225, per pallet position. There is an average price range of $50–$400, according to Costowl.
The average pricing for warehouse pallet racking systems varies by a lot because there are several different kinds of racks that can be purchased. For example, Storage Equipment Systems currently offers gravity-flow, cantilever, single-deep, double-deep, push-back and drive-in/drive-thru pallet racks. Single-deep racks are generally the most affordable, costing an average of just $65. The gravity-flow racks are the most expensive racks, running from $200-$400, on average.
Of course, customers have the option to add accessories to the racking systems. This will drive up the cost a bit, but some manufacturers/factories may benefit from adding bumper posts or column guards. These will help prevent any damage done by other objects. Posts and guards will cost between $50-$300 each
Here is a simple breakdown of average costs, per pallet position:
- Single-deep pallet racks: $50–$80
- Double-deep pallet racks: $80–$200
- Gravity-flow pallet racks: $200–$400
All average costs include the price of installation.
Storage Equipment Systems, Inc.
Storage Equipment Systems was established in April of 1982. We are a distributor of warehouse equipment such as racks, shelving, conveyors, dock levelers, and all types of material handling equipment. We have extensive inventory in our Phoenix warehouse, from carts to conveyors, shelving and certainly pallet racks. We have many national and multinational companies that use our products and services throughout the United States, as well as Mexico. What differentiates us from our competition is our care and concern for the customer. It’s not just providing the equipment, but providing the right equipment. Contact Storage Equipment Systems for all your needs today!
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