What is RackNets™ 2.3?
RackNets™ 2.3 has been developed by Warehouse Partners to offer warehouse users an effective alternative to traditional steel mesh solutions. Installed to contain stock (up to 50kg) falling from the rear of APR...Datasheet Download
What is RackNets™ 3.0?
RackNets™ 3.0 has been developed by Warehouse Partners to offer warehouse users flexible and robust risk reduction for objects, including pallets up to 1000kg falling from Pallet Racking.Datasheet Download
What is RackNets™5.0?
Offering the same design features as RackNets 3.0, RackNets™ 5.0 has been developed by Warehouse Partners for applications where an enhanced level of protection is required.Datasheet Download
What is RackNets™ IN-FLUE?
RackNets™ In-Flue Netting is designed for the centre of the rack to significantly reduce the likelihood of pallets or other objects from being pushed through from one aisle into an adjacent aisle.Datasheet Download
Discover more about Mezzanine Netting
The mezzanine handrail netting system allows users to safeguard personnel underneath the edge of the mezzanine floor, and even allows the client to use the handrail as a back stop for storing low level pallets.Datasheet Download
We have developed a range of innovative netting solutions suitable for the warehousing and manufacturing environment in particular RackNets™ netting which is a modern alternative to Anti-Collapse Steel Mesh at the back of racks. Netting systems are the more modern application as the traditional solutions have limited benefits for the user.
Warehouse Partners is excited to be able to bring these netting solutions to the trade and are happy to discuss these new solutions with you.
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Due to the range of loading weights and pallet dimensions in use, it is not possible to contain or retain all pallets/objects that are subject to the most severe mishandling. For any system fitted to the rear of APR, there is a fundamental trade-off between the extent of fall protection and object containment that can be provided and the loads imposed on the racking structure. It is important that any solution is used in conjunction with a suitable Safe System of Work at all times.