The Advantage of VNA Racking Systems
VNA(Very-Narrow-Aisle) Pallet Racking Systems are also called heavy duty very narrow aisle shelves. Very narrow aisle shelves are higher and can store a lot of things. The structure of the heavy duty induistrial racking is similar to the Very narrow aisle shelves, and the heavy duty induistrial racking is generally three or four layers. The following is which one of racking systems has more advantages.
The similarities between pallet racks (beam racks) and Very narrow aisle racking are the basic structure of the shelf is similar. Since this is a storage shelf redesigned from the standard industrial racking, the narrow aisle shelf integrates its basic structure and characteristics. The two kinds of racks are generally operated by forklifts, and the pallet positions of each group of the two kinds of racks are basically the same.
As for what kind of pallets are used for cargo space loading, the two types of racks have similarities in use, which should be determined according to the properties of the goods and the degree of containerization. Since they are all heavy duty industrial racking, they basically carry out warehousing activities for large goods such as industrial products, and have certain requirements for forklift operators and warehouse managers.
Although very narrow aisle shelves are evolved from heavy duty industrial racking, there are still differences in function and use between them. Heavy duty industrial racking are both heavy duty racks and belong to the low-level storage rack, which can be operated by ordinary forklifts or even manually. The very narrow aisle racks are high-rise racks, and are generally operated by special forklifts.
Heavy duty pallet racking are generally 3-5 layers, while very narrow aisle shelves are much higher than it, generally 10 meters or more. In this way, more goods can be loaded, and the intensive storage of the shelves can be realized.
Very narrow aisle shelves, as the name suggests, are named after the narrow corridors directly connected to each row of shelves. This is a major feature of it; and general heavy duty racking systems can be reserved for the adaptation area and turning width of general forklifts.
From the appearance point of view, the very narrow aisle shelves is composed of two side-by-side beam shelves. The general heavy-duty pallet racks are placed in a single form, and at most the main and auxiliary drivers can be split and reorganized.