Pallet racking is a popular choice among businesses that need to store and organize products. This type of racking is designed with vertical rails, which allow you to load pallets on the floor or ceiling. The rails are attached to each other using cross-supports, which provide lateral stability for your rack system. There are many different types of pallet racks available on the market today, including a variety of sizes and styles, such as open frame or enclosed high density racks.
Installing your own pallet racking can be done by anyone with basic carpentry skills, but it's important that you take proper safety precautions before beginning this project. You should also follow all manufacturer instructions when installing your new equipment so that everything goes smoothly without any issues down the road.
All that to say–here are a few of our best tips to help you get started!
Level the floor.
Before installing pallet racking, it's important to level the floor. Follow these steps:
Line up one end of pallet racking correctly.
While installing the pallet racking, we highly recommend that you make sure it is installed correctly.
Use a leveler.
To ensure that the floor is level, you'll need to use a leveler. Levelers are available at any hardware store.
Install the rest of the racking by following manufacturer's directions.
Installing the rest of your pallet racking can be tricky if you're not familiar with the equipment. The best thing to do is follow the manufacturer's instructions, and use a leveler to make sure everything is straight and level. You should also check that the racks are square by measuring from corner to corner on both sides of each rack, making sure they match up evenly (if it doesn't match up, there could be problems with stability).
To maintain proper stability in your rack system, remember this rule: "Make sure each upright post is securely attached at least every four feet." This will help ensure that no one gets hurt while working around them!
Once you've decided to use pallet racking, you'll need to install anchors. Anchors should be installed prior to the assembly of your racking. This way, once the pieces are joined together, any holes left by missing anchors will be hidden by the racking itself and not visible on either side of the installation. You'll want at least one anchor every 10 feet in order to ensure that it doesn't move—and if possible, installing two anchors will give you better results.
As you can see, installing pallet racking is not as simple as it may seem. It's important to know how to do it right so that you don't waste materials or damage your building in the process. If you're looking for help with this project, call us today!Our team has decades of experience in the material handling industry. Visit www.portcitymobile.com to learn more.