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Pallet Racking Load Signs

Original price was: $91.00.Current price is: $78.00.

Pallet Racking Load Signs for rack guide on SWL as required from NSW work safe

120 in stock (can be backordered)

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Description

  1. Pallet Racking load signs Maximum Weight Capacity
  2. Maximum Weight Capacity per Beam Level
  3. Total Weight Capacity per Bay
  4. Maximum Capacity for Oversize or Uneven Pallets
  5. Height of the First Beam Level
  6. Beam Pitch
  7. Frame Height

1. Pallet  racking Maximum Weight Capacity

A pallet spot is the allowance of space for the storage of a pallet with goods on it. The placing or retrieving of a pallet is possible in one operation. Never exceed the total capacity of a pallet spot.

2. Maximum Weight Capacity per Beam Level

This figure shows the maximum weight that a single beam level can handle. Storage on each beam level must not exceed the limit shown on the sign.

3. Total Weight Capacity per Bay

This figure shows the maximum weight that a single bay handle. Do not exceed this load rating.

4. Maximum Capacity for Oversize or Uneven Pallets

Placing uneven loads into a racking structure reduces the overall capacity. Prior to loading an uneven load refer to the manufacturer’s guide. So as to calculate the possible capacity changes.

5. Height of the First Beam Level

The height of the first beam level in a racking bay determines the weights and capacities set out in the SWL sign. Never alter your beam levels, without consulting your racking provider first. Find out more here. The dimensions are listed in millimeters (mm).

6. Beam Pitch

A beam pitch is defined as the space between the top surface of a beam to the top surface of the beam directly above it. The dimensions of the beam pitch are listed in millimeters (mm).

7. Frame Height

As the name suggests this is the height of the racking frames. The dimensions are listed in millimeters (mm).