The flow rail push back system offers several benefits over conventional push back racking. To begin, Push Back manufacturers typically offer systems that are up to 6 pallets deep. Flow Rail can hold up to 10 pallets.Contrary to Push-Back, Flow-Rail systems are not inclined which reduces overall system height.Sometimes, an entire storage level may be lost because of angled rails in Push-Back systems. The accumulation of carts also increases the height of Push-Back structures. In some cases, a client’s current lift trucks would be unable to extend high-enough to place or retrieve pallets at the top level.In most Push-Back systems, pallets sit at an angle. Notice below the point of contact between the horizontal pallet on the lift truck and the angled pallet inside this Push-Back system. Goods or packaging may be damaged due to excess pressure at the top of the pallets.With Flow-Rail, goods are always in a horizontal position. There is also a much lower risk individual boxes will drift or fall while pallets are in movement. The system allows pallets to be double-stacked.Flow-Rail tracks can be placed at an angle for pallet picking. When front pallet is removed, pallets in back automatically slide to the front. Flow-Rail is an effective system to store any type of material regardless of shape or physical form. For extra large sizes, multiple tracks can be used. A third rail can be added if necessary for weak pallets or heavy loads. Push-Back carts can occasionally derail or block. Flow-Rail is a different type of system that cannot derail and will not block. Since Flow-Rail has no slope, existing standard racking components such as uprights & beams can be re-used as part of the system.