About Pallet Flow Rail
Pallet flow rails can turn your existing static pallet racking into a dynamic gravity flow rack system at a cost that is several times less than pushback rack or other gravity fed systems. This product can help you turn your existing storage racking into a FIFO or 'First In First Out' pallet storage system. Pallet Flow Rails differ from other dynamic case flow products like spantrack because they can carry a much greater load capacity and are used for pallets or skids and not just boxes & cases.
Pallet flow rails typically come in either single or dual wheel configurations. Both types can and often are used in the same flow rail installation, with the dual wheel rails running down the middle of a pallet land and single wheel rails on the sides. Pallet flow rollers are also commonly composed of either a steel or polypropylene material. The steel wheels will hold up better under repeated use, however poly rollers will not rust, and will tolerate damaged pallet bottoms slightly better than steel.
Pallet flow rails also have a few specific accessories that are useful in certain applications. First, since pallet flow rails can store product very deep, brakes are often necessary to slow down pallets as they roll forward along the lane(s). Similarly, once the product arrives at the end of the lane, end stops may be required to prevent the pallet from falling off of the end of the rails.
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Examples of Pallet Flow Systems
Pallet Flow Web Links
Below, you'll find a selection of the best pallet flow links on the web.