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Used Push Back Racking available and in stock.
The push back racking system combines a stationary rack structure with nested carts that move along inclined rails. So the first pallet is loaded from the front and is placed on top of the cart. Then when the second pallet is loaded it pushes back the first pallet and exposes the second cart.
Usually configured two to five pallets deep, these systems also offer dense storage. Therefore, this racking system does not require a lift truck to enter the racking structure or require an entire bay to be dedicated to one product. The push back rack manages inventory on a last-in/first-out basis and requires a lot less space than flow racking because rear access is not necessary.
Configured in single wide rows and three wide tunnel sections