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Stow Accessories

The footplate and leveling plate

A range of dedicated footplates have been designed for specific applications: VNA-applications, High-Bay systems, etc… The load bearing capacity depends on the effective area of the footplate as well as the type of concrete slab.
The racking is adjusted by means of leveling plates, in accordance with the applied regulations. After leveling, the racking is anchored in the concrete slab.

 

The row spacer

In double racks row spacers are installed between each pair of frames, these can also be used for fixing the sprinkler fire protection system. For some applications single uprights are used in combination with frames. These are connected with the so-called “in-on” – row spacers.

The container support

The container support is equipped with a side guidance and optionally with an integrated back-stop. It is recommended for safe storage of metal containers.

 

The pallet support bar

The pallet support bar is used to support pallets of poor quality or when pallets are placed with the 1200 mm side facing the aisle. A pair of galvanised cold-rolled pallet supports can take a load of up to 1200 kg.

The pick & deposit station

The Pick & Deposit Station is installed at the end of the racking aisles. It serves as an interface between the pallet handling equipment (such as VNA-trucks) and the trucks used for in- or outbound. The Station can be equipped with a centering device for a more accurate positioning of the pallets.

The sprinkler system

The sprinkler system is connected on the row spacers, which link the two frames of the double rack. The flue between the pallets depends on the local regulations (often 150 mm).

The braced racking

Adding bracing in the down-aisle direction of the racking will increase the load capacity of the frames. For AS/RS-systems the bracing is needed to meet the assembly tolerances.
The vertical bracing (called the spine bracing) is located at the back of the rack. It works in the xy-plane. The horizontal bracing (called the plan bracing) is located in between two beams giving stability in the xz-plane.

Top-tied racking

When the single rack is too slender it is connected to the adjacent double rack by means of a top-tie.  The top-tie is mounted on extended front uprights.
For automated racking the top-tie is also used to support the top-rail.

Very narrow aisle racking — ground guidance

This type of racking is operated with “very narrow aisle” trucks. They are guided through the aisle, allowing faster and easier operation. Inductive guidance often replaces the rail guidance. The design of the ground guidance depends very much on the type of lift-truck. The low guidance profiles allow placing pallets on the floor, the high guidance profiles require extra bottom beams.

Stow Accessories

The footplate and leveling plate

A range of dedicated footplates have been designed for specific applications: VNA-applications, High-Bay systems, etc… The load bearing capacity depends on the effective area of the footplate as well as the type of concrete slab.
The racking is adjusted by means of leveling plates, in accordance with the applied regulations. After leveling, the racking is anchored in the concrete slab.

 

The row spacer

In double racks row spacers are installed between each pair of frames, these can also be used for fixing the sprinkler fire protection system. For some applications single uprights are used in combination with frames. These are connected with the so-called “in-on” – row spacers.

The container support

The container support is equipped with a side guidance and optionally with an integrated back-stop. It is recommended for safe storage of metal containers.

 

The pallet support bar

The pallet support bar is used to support pallets of poor quality or when pallets are placed with the 1200 mm side facing the aisle. A pair of galvanised cold-rolled pallet supports can take a load of up to 1200 kg.

The pick & deposit station

The Pick & Deposit Station is installed at the end of the racking aisles. It serves as an interface between the pallet handling equipment (such as VNA-trucks) and the trucks used for in- or outbound. The Station can be equipped with a centering device for a more accurate positioning of the pallets.

The sprinkler system

The sprinkler system is connected on the row spacers, which link the two frames of the double rack. The flue between the pallets depends on the local regulations (often 150 mm).

The braced racking

Adding bracing in the down-aisle direction of the racking will increase the load capacity of the frames. For AS/RS-systems the bracing is needed to meet the assembly tolerances.
The vertical bracing (called the spine bracing) is located at the back of the rack. It works in the xy-plane. The horizontal bracing (called the plan bracing) is located in between two beams giving stability in the xz-plane.

Top-tied racking

When the single rack is too slender it is connected to the adjacent double rack by means of a top-tie.  The top-tie is mounted on extended front uprights.
For automated racking the top-tie is also used to support the top-rail.

Very narrow aisle racking — ground guidance

This type of racking is operated with “very narrow aisle” trucks. They are guided through the aisle, allowing faster and easier operation. Inductive guidance often replaces the rail guidance. The design of the ground guidance depends very much on the type of lift-truck. The low guidance profiles allow placing pallets on the floor, the high guidance profiles require extra bottom beams.

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