Push-bak Rack Storage Systems

Ridg-U-Rak Push-bak uses a dynamic cart-on-rail system in which pallet loads are literally pushed back into the rack. When a pallet load is retrieved at the aisle, the deeper pallet load automatically advances to the aisle.

Push-bak storage provides a very desirable combination of high density and accessibility. Push-bak storage density equals that of drive-in storage, yet every lane can be accessed at all times. Any lane can be 100% filled from the aisle without affecting any other adjacent lanes above or below.

If you need to store a large number of pallets of one SKU for several months and then remove and ship them all as a seasonal product, a drive-in system is an efficient system. But, in most other cases, Push-bak, or a combination of drive-in and Push-bak, will be more effective. An analysis of your inventory list and inventory turnover data should be the first step in making the best rack selection.


All 12 lanes accessible from the aisle ALL the time.



Push-bak Rack...the ultimate in high density, selectivity and rack utilization

System 2000 Drive-in...high density storage with a unique rail design

Structural Drive-in...high density storage using structural channel uprights

Gravity Flow Rack...feeds pallets or cartons to shipping, processing, order picking

Mobile Racks...rack sections move on floor mounted rails to conserve floor space

Very Narrow Aisle...higher density from smaller aisles with 100% selectivity

Double Deep...pallets are stored behind one another in each aisle lane

Horizontal Pallet Load Systems...pallet are loaded onto the input sections of the system.