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Stationary Flow Racks

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Stationary flow racks are suitable for areas where they will not be moved often. The racks have multiple storage levels with skate wheels, rollers, or decking that allow items at the back of the racks to glide forward as items at the front of the racks are removed, which boosts efficiency in inventory and order-picking tasks. Flow racks are used in the food and beverage industry, warehouses, and other applications requiring high-density, high-volume storage and movement of the same or similar products. They support storage and inventory initiatives such as first-in, first-out (FIFO). Starter units can be used on their own as standalone racks. Add-on units can be connected to existing starter units or add-on units to create multi-unit flow rack systems, and they cannot be used on their own as standalone flow racks.
Stationary flow racks are suitable for areas where they will not be moved often. The racks have multiple storage levels with skate wheels, rollers, or decking that allow items at the back of the racks to glide forward as items at the front of the racks are removed, which boosts efficiency in inventory and order-picking tasks. Flow racks are used in the food and beverage industry, warehouses, and other applications requiring high-density, high-volume storage and movement of the same or similar products. They support storage and inventory initiatives such as first-in, first-out (FIFO). Starter units can be used on their own as standalone racks. Add-on units can be connected to existing starter units or add-on units to create multi-unit flow rack systems, and they cannot be used on their own as standalone flow racks.
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Knuckled Skate Wheel Track Bolted Stationary Flow Racks

Knuckled Skate Wheel Track Bolted Stationary Flow Racks

These stationary flow racks have multiple levels of skate wheel tracks with closely spaced rows of skate wheels that allow boxes, totes, and other loads with firm, flat bottoms to glide on the racks. Skate wheel tracks spread the weight of conveyed items across a wider area than skate wheel rails, and they can support items in a range of sizes. Each level has a sloped front edge that presents items at the front of the rack at a downward angle, making these flow racks suitable for applications where workers need to reach into open containers on the racks to pick items directly from the containers. These flow racks bolt together for assembly.

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