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Pallet Racking Terminology
The following are some terms that are related to pallet racking:

Bay: A bay is a portion of a storage unit, which could be a shelf or rack.

Bracing: A bracing is a support that limits the movement allowed on a rack or a shelf. Bracings prevent structural damage to the warehouse storage unit.

Deck: The deck is the surface, top or bottom, of a pallet. A pallet deck can be made of one or many boards.

Decking: Decking is the surface of a shelf, rack, or walkway. Decking can be solid or may have small holes in it.

Live Load: A live load is a pallet or other object that is being added to or taken from a warehouse storage unit.

Pallet Clearance: Pallet clearance is how much space is available beside, behind, or above a pallet.

Pallet Design System: Pallet Design System, or PDS, is a computer program that determines the physical ability of a pallet. PDS provides guidelines for the maximum carrying capacity, expected performance, and anticipated lifespan of pallets that are made from wood.

Row Spacers: Row spacers can be added to a shelf or a rack that will be storing pallets back-to-back. Row spacers help keep the loaded pallets straight, and they increase the strength and stability of the storage unit.

Selective Pallet Racking: Selective pallet racking is a method of storage that places pallets only one deep on storage units. This method requires multiple levels of vertical storage space, but it is a quick and easy way to free up warehouse floor space.

Skid: A skid is a pallet that does not have a deck on the bottom.

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Pallet racks are essential elements in many self storage and warehouse units. The racks make it possible for manufacturers and retailers to store their products. Before you purchase pallet racks, though, you might want to ask a few questions that will help you determine which supplier can give you the services and products that you need most.

  • Do you offer installation services?
    You might have the ability to install a shelf or two on your own, but these storage products are often made of heavy steel, which makes them difficult to install without professional help. If you think that you might need assistance, then find a company that offers installation services.

  • What are your pallet racks made of?
    Heavy duty racks and shelf units made of steel and other metals can support a lot of weight. You might, however, find that your business only needs the features of plastic products. Although these are less reliable for heavy materials, they are often cheaper to buy.

  • For what length of time do you guarantee your products?
    You want to find a dealer that will stand behind his or her products. Look for a company that will give you a guarantee. That way, you can get repair services if the products in your warehouse space ever malfunction.

  • What size are your racks, decks, and related products?
    You will need a layout that can fit into your storage space or garage, so look for a dealer that has appropriately sized items for you.