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The difference between crossbeam shelving and through shelving

Cross beam shelving is a professional warehouse shelving designed for storing and retrieving palletized goods (each pallet is a storage space, hence also known as a storage space shelving); The crossbeam type shelf is composed of column pieces (columns) and crossbeams. The crossbeam type shelf structure is simple, safe and reliable. According to the actual usage requirements of users, including tray load capacity requirements, tray size, actual warehouse space, and forklift lifting height, we provide different specifications of crossbeam shelves for selection.

Through type shelves, also known as corridor type shelves or entry type shelves. Through type shelves can be used for forklifts (or unmanned carriers with forks) to enter and store goods, suitable for storing goods of small varieties and large quantities. A through type shelf, except for the storage space near the aisle, is usually recommended to have a depth of no more than 7 storage spaces for single side pickup, as forklifts need to enter and store goods inside the shelf. To improve the operating speed of forklifts, guide rails can be selected according to actual needs. Compared with storage space racks, through type racks (in type racks) can increase the utilization rate of storage space by more than 30%. Through type racks (in type racks) are widely used in wholesale, cold storage, food and tobacco industries.

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