Four principles of heavy-duty shelf design

Update:23-11-2019
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Heavy-duty shelves are extremely common in domestic and […]

Heavy-duty shelves are extremely common in domestic and large enterprises, and are increasingly used by a wide range of industries. Even if the construction cost of the shelf warehouse under the form is high, but its reliability, operability, space matching, and development prospects under the situation are very good, then what is the design principle of heavy-duty shelves, Shanghai shelves think heavy-duty shelves The design has the following four principles:

01/shelf should not be too high

Regardless of the type of shelf type warehouse, reliability and operability are particularly important, while heavy-duty shelves are generally within 6 meters, and the weight of single-loaded goods is generally less than 1000KG. If the height is too high, the weight of single-loaded goods is too heavy and its reliability. And operability will be greatly reduced.

02/ reasonable slope

After the slide is installed on the shelf, it should be guaranteed to have a certain slope, and the tray can slide under heavy force. If the slope is too small, the tray will not slide or slide poorly; the slope will be too large, and the tray will slide too fast, causing impact or tipping. In addition, the size of the slope depends on the material of the bottom of the tray, which is generally 3.5% to 3.0% for wood pallets, 2.5% to 2.0% for plastic pallets, and 2.0% to 1.5% for steel pallets. In the actual warehouse design, the best choice of slope should be determined after detailed calculation and experiment.

03/Addition of damping device

In order to make the sliding smooth, such as the long ramp, in order to make the pallet cargo slip to the bottom end, it will not be overturned due to excessive impact force. The buffer device and the cargo separation device should be installed at the lowest point of the ramp, so design and manufacture It is difficult to install and costly.

04/Ramp length is moderate

The total depth of the shelf design (ie the length of the guide rail) should not be too large, otherwise the upper "dead angle" that can not be used will be larger, affecting the space utilization, and the slope is too long, the controllability of the decline will be poor, and the momentum of the decline is large. It is easy to cause the sliding down, block, and the dumping of the pallet goods.

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