Pallet Rack Estimator

Estimates and drawings for your selective rack project

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Please note that this estimator is for selective pallet rack only. It will not price drive-in, pushback, or gravity flow racks.

1) Enter the size and weight of the pallet being stored.

All weights and dimensions in this section are required

Pallet Dimensions – The most common size of pallet is 40″ wide by 48″ deep.

Pallet Width (CM):
Pallet Depth (CM):

Load Data – Your load may overhang the pallet width or depth. The height dimension should include the height of the pallet as well as the pallet load.

Load Width (CM):
Load Depth (CM):
Load Height (CM):
Weight Per Pallet (lbs.):
2) Enter the dimensions for your storage space.

All dimensions except Aisle 1 & 2 in this section are required

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Alert!Do not enter feet or inch marks in these dimensions. Do not enter fractional numbers or decimal points, round up to the next highest whole number instead.

Feet CM
Available Length:
Available Width:
Available Height:
Aisle Width:
Aisle 1:
Aisle 2:
3) How many pallets do you want to store?

You can:

  • 1.Specify the number of pallets – enter the “Number of pallets to store” below, and leave fill the room unchecked.
    Store as many as will fit – select “Fill the room with pallet rack”, and leave “Number of pallets to store” blank, DO NOT enter zero in the “Number of pallets to store”.
  • 2.Store as many as will fit – select “Fill the room with pallet rack”, and leave “Number of pallets to store” blank, DO NOT enter zero in the “Number of pallets to store”.

Number of pallets to store:

 yesFill the room with pallet rack

 

4) Select pallet rack options

Do you want to place the first level of pallets on the floor?

Placing the pallet 6″ above the floor may be required for air circulation in a freezer, or where some condition exists such that placing the pallet on the floor is not desirable.

Do you need Post Protectors?

Post Protectors keep pallet rack frames safe from lift truck or other loading equipment damage by providing solid steel protection at the base of the upright.

Select:

Will you require Front-to-Back Pallet Supports?

They allow for storage of pallets which are not deep enough to fit on standard rack frame depths while providing additional support to standard pallets. It also provides a measure of safety if the pallet is not set properly on the beams.

Select:

Do you need wire decking?

Wire decking gives you the opportunity to store un-palletized boxes on a beam level. With open wire mesh construction, water from fire sprinklers can freely flow to lower levels. They also provide some safety by supporting pallets which are not aligned properly on the beams.

Select: