In present article, we will analyze loading capacity of industrial harbor freight shelves and different storage systems, as well as different factors on which they depend. The conventional industrial shelving for palletized load or selective rack, are system of industrial storage more common in our warehouse. Many product references to store. Few product units for each reference. Counterbalanced and retractable trucks.
These are usual conditions that we find in warehouses of our companies. With this scenario, most suitable storage system is conventional metal harbor freight shelves, also known as a selective rack (APR, Adjustable Pallet Racking, in its English meaning). Chaotic style of storage allows all references to be accessible at all times and load units could be deposited at any location that is free.
12 Photos Gallery of: Different Harbor Freight Shelves
Harbor freight shelves system consists mainly of pairs of beams in height, horizontal elements on which load units are deposited, and by frames in length, vertical elements on which spars are mounted and which transmit loads and stresses of load units to ground. Stringers and frames make up a porticoes structure both in height and longitudinally. The load capacity of this storage structure and therefore maximum weight allowed per unit load is determined among others by following variables.