Q. Does it matter if rack frame braces are damaged?
A. Yes. The rack frame bracing consists of horizontal and/or diagonal members that join the front column to the rear column. These members are very carefully designed by the rack manufacturer to stabilize the rack frame in the cross-aisle direction and to support each of the individual columns, which are also in the cross-aisle direction. Any damage to these components could jeopardize the stability of the frames and could degrade the strength of the column.
Q. Can you repair our brand of racks?
A. That is most likely the case as the pallet rack repair components are manufactured for your rack brand. These include every roll-formed manufacturer we are aware of, including Interlake, Unarco, Speed Rack, Sturdi-Bilt, Penco, Frazier, Rid-U-Rak, Inca, Mi-Rak, and many others. We also repair structural racks.
Q. Can a pallet rack repair reduce costs more than a new pallet rack installation?
A. You'll save 50% or more by eliminating most of the time consuming tasks associated with replacing damaged racks. Additionally, your pallet rack columns will be protected. However, if the rack is damaged the first load beam level must be unloaded of any product.
RackmedX eliminates costly and time-consuming tasks, including unloading racks (in most cases), purchasing new racks, dealing with expensive shipping costs, and dismantling and installing new racks.
Q. Will a pallet rack repair reduce future maintenance costs?
A. Built-in protection is included in the manufacturing of our products. The Bully column guard is part of the structure of all EconomaX components. RackmaX components are fabricated from 3/16" and 1/4" tube steel. All light duty (3 x 1.5") rack columns are installed with an additional reinforcing column to eliminate twisting and increase structural stability and the Bully column guard.
Contact AJ Enterprises today to learn how we can save you big money with pallet rack repair while saving you time and resources.