Shelf racks are usually called shelf racks, which are mainly composed of column pieces, beams and laminates (shelfs). The accessories include safety pins, back panel side panels, back net side nets, foot pads, etc. Laminate shelves are simple to install, usually manual access to the goods, no anchor screws are required to fix the floor, the shelves can be moved and placed at will, and at the same time, the specifications of different sizes and loads can be customized according to the size and weight of the stored goods. Because of the above characteristics, the laminate shelf can be said to be a kind of shelf that is widely used in all shelf types, whether it is for household use, there are various small factories and small workshops, various large factories and mining enterprises, etc., all walks of life can see The figure to the shelf shelf.
There are also many classifications of laminate shelves: According to the shape, they can be divided into angle steel shelves, welded column shelves (Changshu process), and assembled column shelves (Nanjing process). The first two types of shelves usually have a small load.
According to the depth and width of the shelf, it can be divided into two-pillar shelf and three-pillar shelf. The former shelf depth is usually below 90cm, and the depth of 60cm is more common on the market.
According to the load capacity of the rack, it can be divided into light-duty laminate racks (single-layer load <200KG, overall load 2000KG), medium-sized laminate racks (single-layer load 200-500KG, overall load <5000KG), and heavy-duty laminate racks. Heavy-duty shelf racks are sometimes transformed from the ground floor of beam shelves. Several layers of beams + layers close to the ground are used for manual access to goods, and the upper floors are for vehicles to access the goods.
According to the characteristics of different stored goods, the columns of the shelf racks include C-shaped steel, angle steel, etc., the beams include P-shaped beams, rectangular tube beams, welded beams, angle steels, etc., and the laminates include steel laminates, wood laminates, and mesh layers. Boards, etc., can be described as a variety of forms to meet different needs.
Because of the way of manual access to the shelf racks, the height of the shelf shelves is generally set below 2.5 meters, and there are also shelf shelves with a height of three or four meters (which can be supplemented by anchor screws and fixed to the ground)
It needs to be equipped with climbing vehicles, herringbone ladders and other climbing equipment to assist in accessing and storing goods.
Laminate shelves are mostly used to store small pieces of lighter goods, so from the perspective of ease of use and cost, the length of the unit shelf is set within 2 meters, generally not more than 2.5 meters. The depth of the two-pillar shelf does not exceed 90cm, and the depth of about 60cm is more common on the market.