Angle Post Protector – These protect the rack from front impact damage by diverting the force to either side of the frame. They are easy to install and simply dropped into place. Angle post protectors deliver a really useful item for a minimal cost and are most commonly used with pallet racking.
Rack Bollards – These are Dyna-bolted to the ground and attached to the front of your storage system, standing upright. They are a sacrificial item that is designed to absorb the full impact of a forklift collision.
Light Duty Frame End Guard – These are designed to prevent damage caused by forklifts to the end of the bays. These areas are susceptible to damage because they are accessed most often by drivers who are picking pallets and performing other tasks. For this reason, it’s a wise idea to have them protected from forklifts coming and going. Light-duty frame end guards are perfect for a warehouse with walkie stackers and lighter forklifts.
Heavy-Duty Frame End Guard – These are designed to protect your racking system from larger forklifts, making them ideal for warehouses that use heavier-duty machinery.
Frame Corner Impact Corner Post Protector – The most common place for racking to be damaged is the corner of an aisle. Drivers can often take the turn too quickly and accidentally bump into the pallet racking with their forklift. Corner post protectors are an effective solution that prevents damage by having a standalone unit that is Dyna-bolted to the ground, completely independent from the racking. These are most commonly used for pallet racking, mezzanines and double-deep racking protection.
Guide Rail Drive In Floor Channel – Ideally, drive-in racking should have floor channels down the full lengths of the bay. This not only keeps the forklift straight, but it also prevents the pallet or forklift from catching on a frame. It comes with a rounded front bollard to help prevent damage and guide drivers into the aisle.
Narrow Aisle Guide Rail – When using furniture racking or narrow aisle racking, we include a guide rail as part of the system. This is to allow the stock picker to move down the aisles without damaging the rack. Our furniture racking and narrow aisle racking comes with corner guide rails, which allow a smooth transition into the aisle, and they can also include walk through and end stops. They are Dyna-bolted to the ground, independent from the racking system, and designed to withstand heavy impact.