Racks with rollers

Optimal cubic space utilisation with dynamic block storage.

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[Translate "Englisch"] Regale mit Rollentechnik - Galler - Header

Galler push-back racks and flow racks

The racking technology of push-back racks and flow racks offer optimal cubic space utilisation with dynamic block storage. And they make stock level monitoring easy.

The basic principle of both systems is a compact block of racks consisting of channels next to each other and on top of each other. The channels are fitted with roller lane elements with 4 % inclination. This slightly sloping design allows the goods to move through the channels by gravity alone. Flow racks are loaded from one side. The goods run through to the opposite side where they are unloaded (FIFO storage – first in, first out). Conversely, push-back racks are operated from one side only (LIFO – last in, first out). The truck pushes the pallets into the channels working against the inclination of the roller lane. Both racking systems make it easy to take inventory; expiry dates or batch numbers are easy to monitor.

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Accessories for racks with rollers

[Translate "Englisch"] Tragrolle Schnitt

Conveyor roller

The conveyor rollers are made from tubular steel with 60 mm diameter and steel ball-bearing houses. The use of high-precision ball bearings ensures an extremely smooth start-up at high load capacity. Each roller carries 240 kg. The conveyor rollers are continuously galvanised as standard.

[Translate "Englisch"] Bremstragrolle Schnitt

Brake rollers

The brake rollers ensure that the pallets run through the channel in a controlled manner. For this purpose, a three-level planetary gear with progressive braking effect is installed in the brake roller tube. The rollers with a diameter of 89 mm are spring-loaded and installed 1.5 mm above the roller level. Even a small load application pushes them onto the roller level – this ensures the permanent contact between the unit load and the brake roller and thus reliable deceleration.