Custom pallet racking solutions from Miner® are designed to fit your facility. The right storage solutions can make a big difference in efficiency and safety.
Equipment We Service
- Cantilever Racking
- Carton Flow Racking
- Drive-In / Drive-Through Pallet Racking
- Push Back Racks
- Selective Pallet Racks
- Pallet Flow Rack
- Custom Engineering and Design
- Custom-designed service programs
- New equipment installations
- Same-day emergency repairs
- Proactive planned maintenance
- Repair/Replace asset management
- Limited Floor Space
- Inefficient Storage Density
- Excessive Inventory
- Work Space Organization
- Large Item Storage
- Small Item Storage
- Damaged Product
- Securing Inventory
- Stock Picking
- Our Certified Service Professionals help keep your equipment up and running, operating safely while reducing your total cost of ownership
- We service major brands and have the critical parts you need
- We offer our Miner® Academy resources for training and best practices for your employees
- We assist in OEM equipment assessments for total cost of ownership and operational performance
- National Coverage, Local Service™ means help is always available
Cantilever Rack is the optimal storage solution for long or bulky items such as furniture, lumber, tubing, textiles, piping and other long items. Cantilever Rack is available in both roll formed and structural steel designs. The system consists of columns with horizontal and x-bracing sets. A series of arms are attached to the columns and loads are placed on the arms.
This multilevel storage system is designed and engineered to offer superior strength, stability, and safety. All components are treated with a durable paint finish for scratch resistance and unsurpassed aesthetics.
Cantilever Rack can be designed as single or double-sided. Single-sided cantilever is normally placed against a wall with access from one side only. Double-sided cantilever can be used to allow access from both sides.
Pallet Flow Rack
Pallet Flow systems are made up of slightly inclined wheel and roller platforms. Pallets are deposited on the high end of the rack allowing gravity to pull the pallets down to the far end, positioned at the exit aisle, creating a first-in/first-out picking system. The racking for live picking requires a loading or replenishment aisle and a preparation aisle.
The shelf units with custom sized lanes are built using adjustable platforms made up of side panels, entry profiles, exit beams, cross-ties, mini-rails and securing components. Charge and discharge sides of shelf frames can be individually adjusted (vertical location of the frame) in order to find the most ergonomic position. The rails can also be adjusted in order to find the ideal position for each box. Shelf units with custom sized lanes may be installed into standard pallet rack frames or in stand-alone carton flow frames.
The live storage wheel tracks are zinc plated steel profiles into which the high-density plastic wheels are fitted with their respective steel axles and guarantee smooth rolling, providing great resistance against impacts when depositing goods. The wheel tracks snap easily into place and remain securely fastened during use, allowing for easily customizable lanes for bins and cartons.
Drive-In / Drive-Through Pallet Racking
Drive-In or Drive-Through Pallet Racking is ideal for storing large quantities of the same product and provides last-in/first-out access for lift equipment using the same entry and exit point for each storage bay. The system allows for a maximized use of both surface area and height. Sets of racks form interior loading lanes. The forklifts enter these internal lanes with the load raised slightly above the level on which it is to be deposited. Each loading lane is equipped with supporting rails for pallets on both sides, positioned at various levels.
Push Back Racks
Push Back is an accumulative, high-density storage system that allows multiple-product storage conformations. These systems are available in up to six deep pallet configurations and offer optimization of the storage area while combining excellent selectivity and a maintenance-free design.
Push back rack systems operate very simply:
1. Each rack level is equipped with up to six sets of parallel carts at different heights.
2. The forklift places the first pallet on the highest set of parallel carts.
3. When loading the second pallet, the forklift pushes the first pallet until it reaches the next set of carts and places the pallet on them.
4. If the facility is designed for storing four pallets, this operation is repeated with the third pallet and the last pallet rests directly on the rolling tracks, and not on the carts.
5. The operation is reversed when unloading pallets. When the first pallet is removed, the others move forward one place toward the aisle.
The pallets are arranged in a Last In First Out (or LIFO) system where the last pallet stored is the first one to come out. This system minimizes space requirements and maximizes the number of picking faces.
Selective Pallet Rack
Selective pallet rack is the most widely used racking system used due to it’s versatility in product storage. Selective pallet rack can be used in a wide range of applications ranging from retail stores to industrial manufacturing facilities. The advantages of selective pallet rack include access to all pallets without moving other pallets, automatic beam-to-frame locking, flexible weight and volume capacities, and the ability to be customized to any application. Selective pallet rack is available with welded or bolted frames. Complete systems, as well as beams, frames and accessories are available.