Structural Pallet Racking
Heavy Duty Pallet Racks
Structural racking is ideal for heavy-duty applications and demanding warehouse conditions. Standard roll-formed pallet rack may work well for most jobs, but when dealing with ultra-heavy weights or harsh environments, structural pallet rack is often deployed. Structural rack is unrivaled in terms of capacity and durability. Its hot-rolled steel design makes structural pallet rack stronger and more durable than roll-formed racking. The thicker, heavier construction of structural racking lets it shine in environments like freezers, outdoor storage areas, and high-traffic warehouses where strength and resistance to impact are key.
Since 1988, we’ve helped countless businesses improve their storage with structural racking. Our Systems Design Specialists have decades of experience designing and implementing custom storage rack systems, and will work with you from the design stage through installation. Let us help you get started on your project today.
Advantages of Structural Rack
- High weight capacity
- Increased durability
- Able to be used in both selective and engineered rack systems
- Strong and secure bolted beam-to-frame connection
- Available in a variety of sizes, colors, and capacities
- Often less expensive over the long run due to damage resistance
Though structural racking is not ideal for every storage application, it’s an excellent solution for those in which only the strongest available racking will work. Structural steel’s design makes it extremely strong and reliable, and it’s able to perform in even the harshest warehouse conditions. If you’re in need of a rack system that can store heavy loads in a demanding warehouse environment, contact us to learn more about how we can make structural pallet rack work for you.
Structural Racking Applications
With its sturdy build, structural racking is popular as a foundation for engineered pallet rack systems. Dynamic systems like push back and pallet flow rack often rely on structural racking. Drive-in rack, in which the forklift operator must enter the system, is usually made with structural steel uprights and rails. These systems work best when coupled with the strength and reliability of structural channel racking.
Below are a few examples of industries and applications that commonly use structural racking.
- Food and beverage
- Cold storage
- Die storage