What is Keg Flow?
Keg flow systems are constructed using steel rollers and either roll-formed or structural steel pallet rack frames and beams, and can be used either as FILO or FIFO systems, the latter simply requiring an extra beam at the front of the rack to function as a stop. These gravity-driven racks are built with individual lanes so that different SKU’s can be neatly organized and won’t intermix. Each bay is 96” wide, and can accommodate up to eight lanes of kegs, each lane storing from 1-6 kegs. However, because not all kegs are the same size, Keg Flow racks are built to store a variety of keg sizes, including Home Brew, Sixth Barrel, Slim Barrel, Quarter Barrel, and Half Barrel. To learn even more about Keg Flow racking, reach out to one of the rack systems specialists in our Design Group