In warehouses, 2nd hand warehouse racking systems are also commonly used. They are designed to be used in places where the space is limited but the function of storing goods is still required. This type of warehousing was introduced in the 1970’s and was initially used in warehouses that were not big enough to accommodate a large pallet rack. The shelves were constructed from wire that was attached to beams that were nailed into the floor. This type of racking had a maximum capacity of around twenty two tons.
How to Uses 2nd Hand Warehouse Racking?
In the past few years, there has been an increase in the use of this type of racking. It is also used in the factories, schools, hospitals and even warehouses of restaurants. Some of the warehouses or stores use this kind of warehousing more than others because of the units’ portability. Some people may also use it for storing excess stock that they do not need to be transported to another place.
The material used to make these racking consists of several different types of material including compressed sawdust, wood fibers, corrugated cardboard, polyethylene, metals and steel, glass and even asbestos. It is used to keep products such as food, raw materials, books, records, newspapers, magazines, videos, electronics, machinery, appliances and other things cool and safe. Since the racks are adjustable, they can be used in any warehouse or store, whether big or small. There are already many companies that manufacture this warehousing unit and have distributors all over the country that you can purchase your racking from.