Push Back System

Push Back System

Storage is done according to the push-back method. This system can offer deep storage without the need for a forklift truck with telescopic forks. The push method has a financial benefit, as no braking system is required. Using efficient floor and cubic capacity, dynamic pallet stack arrays are among the pallet storage systems available with most of the space and time. The pallets are loaded in series on wheeled carriers of different heights and pushed back along tilted steel guide channels to harness the full depth of the push back reversing system. The pallets can be stored up to four in the push rack systems and when a load is retrieved, the remaining pallets roll forward in place on the collection surface. The selectivity is ‘first-in, last-out’ and with each product having a special strip, dynamic regression is particularly useful in sorting areas and for storage and handling in bulk.
















Advantages of the system:

- The storage is according to the push-back system,

while the FIFO (first in, first out) method is retained.

- This system can offer depth storage,

without the need for a forklift with a telescopic fork.

- The push-back system yields good financial benefit, as no braking system is required.

- The best possible use is made of the space available.

- Very little height space is wasted.

- Each level can be used to store a different SKU.