A-Rack and Rack for Wood

Description

A-Rack and Rack for Wood

Constructor's concept of A-Rack and Rack for wood is based on our standard products supplied with special accessories in order to meet unique storage demands.

Timber storage or systems for storing of timber is not a specific product group but more to be regarded as a conglomerate of different storage systems supplied with special details and solutions in order to work as an effective storing and handling of timber products.

Within timber storage you can find everything from heavy bulky gods like batches of timber to chipboard and moldings. Every product area demands its own storage solution. This large variation explain the different storage solutions within timber storage.

Product

A-Rack and Rack for Wood

Products used for A-Rack and Rack for wood.

Pallet racking P90 in different configurations is the base. Pallet racking manage heavy loads and the gods is easy accessible by a fork lift. Rollers are often erected in the drive in installation creating a short side handling of the timber batches.

Cantilever is a common solution in timber handling dimensioned for heavy and bulky loads as well as smaller and light loads.

Shelving system HI280 store smaller details. Moldings are often stored standing, leaning in A-rack or in the special long gods system Rollrack.  

Options

A-Rack and Rack for Wood

  • Pallet racking P90 Silverline, built up to 12 m without joints. Dimensions and design adapted to loads and volume.
  • Cantilever GT90 for heavy loads. Galvanized. Can be supplied with a roof for outdoor storage.
  • Light Cantilever. Hot galvanized in heights up to 3000 mm in steps of 500 mm and arm lengths between 300-600 mm.
  • Rollrack. Height up to 2200 mm and loading capacity max 1500 kg/compartment.
  • Shelving system HI280. Loading capacity max 400 kg/shelf (spread load). Heights 1000-15000 mm. 35 different standard dimensions of shelves. Loading capacity 5,1 tons/section.
  • A-rack. Special design for standing moldings max length 6000 mm and flexible steps of divding.