The main points of rack supported mezzanine floor planning are roughly as follows:
- It is necessary to know the detailed size of the design area and whether there are obstructions, such as building columns, fire hydrants, water pipes, etc. It is best to ask the customer to provide the electronic file of the architectural drawings of the area.
- The specific size requirements of the shelf (type and size of the goods placed).
- The number of upper and lower floors of the shelf, the height of each floor and the height requirements of the second floor, understand the allowable height of the warehouse and the maximum lifting height of the customer’s existing forklift.
- Each floor of the shelves and the second floor are loaded.
- Understand the width of the access channel for downstairs goods.
- Understand whether the goods placed upstairs by the customer are pallets or loose, whether they need to use hydraulic trucks or flatbed carts, and the maximum weight of each truck.
- Understand the layout of the guardrails around the upstairs, how many sides are against the wall, and whether to add the type and size of the lower cargo door and the door.
- Understand if you need to add accessories, lift platforms, etc.