In timber racking, timber will be stored horizontal in full and half packages on sturdy ball bearings steel rollers. In order to avoid problem at loading the timber and to be able to handle varied lengths of the timber, the timber packages will be stored on five pieces of rollers. The packages will be rolled in an easy and smooth way into the racks by assistance from the carrier.
In order to utilise the ceiling height in the premises maximally the timber rack can be built with a balcony, which makes it possible to get additional levels. The balcony is equippped with revolving rails to make it easily accessible for the carrier.
By using the carrier it is easy to fill the rack with timber packages. An ordinary forklift truck lifts and handles the carrier. Steel rollers on the carrier transport the timber packages into the rack. There are two available designs of the carrier. One is for manual handling and the other is for motor driven handling. The motor driven carrier is driven by rechargeable batteries and is controlled by a radio transmitter.
|A||Section width||1208, 1308 mm|
|B||Frame depth||4100, 5200 mm|
|C||Section depth||1100 mm|
|D||Section depth||800 mm|
|E||Lowest roll height||250 mm|
|Roller diameter||89 mm|
|Max weight (divided on 5 pcs rollers)||3000 kg|
|Upright width||90 mm|
|Frame height||1500 - 8000 mm|
|Timber package, max length||5400 mm|
|Timber package, max weight||3000 kg|
min 3850 mm (incl. support beams)
max 5900 mm (incl. support beams)
|Carrier width||1500 mm|
|Carrier weight||386 kg|
|Roller length||1178 mm|
|Number of rollers||8 pcs|
|Fork channel width x height||210x70 mm|
|Distance fork channel||c/c 900 mm|