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Push-back pallet racking

Push-back pallet racking is a high-density solution and allows for each lane to accommodate a different SKU. The system has a high cargo density similar to the Drive-in rack, but saving more time in loading and unloading. The forklifts do not have to run deep into the racking.


Push-Back pallet racking includes 8 basic details:

  • Upright frames: Bearing for the whole system.
  • Horizontal braces: Dispersing force between the upright frames.
  • Load beams: Connecting between 2 upright frames and is the place to put pallets.
  • Footplates: Connecting the upright frames to the floor and keeping the system steady.
  • Column protectors: Protecting the upright frames from the collisions.
  • First cart: The cart at the bottom helps the pallets drive forward when they are placed onto.
  • Second cart: The cart above the first cart helps the pallet drive forward when the others are placed onto the first cart.
  • Pallet stop: Preventing the pallets from sliding off the racking.
Push-back pallet racking
Standard design
This design table is based on European safety and quality standards. It has been approved and widely applied in the industry today. Under this standard, we create the best quality products, meet the demands of the customers and is suitable for each storage system.
Product characteristics


The features of Push-back pallet racking

- Optimizing the warehouse area with high storage density.

- Ideal for LIFO product rotation strategies.

- Loading/unloading units from one side.

- Each cart is separate from each other, easy to identify and repair as needed.

- Each bay can be from two to five pallets deep.



Operating principle

- Push Back Rack is equipped with carts operating on the same rail. The rails are slightly angled toward one side of the rack in order to take advantage of gravity.

- When a forklift sets the pallet onto the cart, it drives forward and causes the pallet to bump the next pallet, causing the entire row of pallets to roll backwards.

- The pallets stage themselves forward when removing another from the front position.



Push-back pallet racking