Self-supporting warehouses which make maximum use of available surface area. Storage can be manual, semi-automatic or fully automated.
Impressive feats of engineering where the racking forms the structure of the installation. High capacity and excellent productivity.Request information and/or a quote
Main Features of Clad-Rack Warehouses
Clad-rack warehouses, or self-supporting warehouses,are major works of engineering in which the racking itself makes up the building's structure, together with side and roof cladding. The racking structure supports not only the actual goods and the different building elements but also the thrust of the handling devices and external elements: wind, heavy snowfalls, seismic movements, etc.
The maximum height of a clad-rack warehouse is limited only by local standards and by the reach height of stacker cranes or forklift trucks. This means that warehouses of more than 30 metres high can be built.
Clad-rack warehouses are perfect for both ambient and cold storage.
- Self-supporting warehouses can be extremely tall, enabling maximum use of available surface area
- High storage capacity and excellent productivity
- Allows a wide range of goods to be stored
- Storage can be manual, semi-automated or fully automated