We offer free plans and elevations for your next pallet racking or warehouse storage project. We can provide detailed, accurate documents and a quote within two business days.
If you have a CAD drawing of your building, we will redraw it including the proposed racking (plan and elevations) to exact specifications. This process makes the result extremely accurate cost-wise and streamlines the project for our clients. And if you don’t have CAD drawings, we will gladly take laser measurements during our site visit.
Our quality certified steel pallet racking is produced under ISO 9001-2000 and independently tested to meet the stringent Australian Standard AS4084:2012. Every component is built and installed to withstand and conform to New Zealand’s challenging seismic environment and regulations.
We stock New Zealand’s widest range of second hand racking that you can purchase from to match what you already have. Everything we stock has passed our rigorous inspection process, giving you peace of mind when it comes to safety and quality.
With a number of different pallet racking brands on the market it can be difficult to identify which system you have in your warehouse. Our Pallet Racking Guide will allow you to determine which brand you have, so you can re-order or repair damaged frames and beams.
We offer a maintenance and safety audit services. This service provides invaluable peace of mind in areas of high seismic activity or following an impact from your material handling equipment.
We’ll check for any damage, supply any new components needed and quickly manage the installa-tion to minimise your downtime.
Pallet racking must be correctly fixed to the concrete slab. Using the correct screw anchors is imperative. An understanding of the concrete specifications, the baseplate type, the weight loading to the racking and the seismic zone of the installation will all have an impact of the decision around the correct product to be utilised.
This is determined by the profile of the frames and beams, the concrete slab specifications, the seismic zone and soil class in the location of the installation. An assumption on the weight capacity of pallet racking based on gravitational load should not occur.