The pallet Flow is a dynamic accumulation system that incorporates rollers placed with a slight slope that allow the sliding of the pallets on them.
The Pallet Flow system follows the FIFO configuration (First-in, first-out) where the pallets are loaded at the highest point of the rack, they slide to the point of discharge, and when one is unloaded the next pallet occupies automatically allowing the goods to be always available.
This type of system is very useful for warehouses that manage perishable products, intermediary zones between work areas and areas of dispatch, areas of preparation of orders, among others.
How does it work? The pallets are introduced by the highest part and these are moved by gravity and at controlled speed to the opposite end being ready for extraction. The pallets are handled by the narrower side and are moved through the inside of the channels with the lower rollers perpendicular to the roller.
Pallet Flow system is very versatile and allows applying different configurations.
It is the easiest system in which all the levels are destined to the storage equipped with rollers for its displacement.
In this combination we have the upper levels for the storage lung which feeds the Pallet Flow to make the picking directly from the pallets.
In this configuration the upper levels for storage lung are used and the lower levels are destined for picking.