Zen Racks

Zen Racks

Zen Racks are usually used in big warehouses in order to store various materials and products. Today Zen racks are becoming increasingly popular among manufacturing companies, department stores and all mid-sized and larger businesses that require warehouses for better operation. Zen Racks are an integral part of any warehousing system and provide several substantial benefits.

Zen Racks are fully designed, fabricated, and fixed warehousing storage solutions by Zenith Steel. They are available as conventional, drive-in, drive-through, or cantilever units.

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Types of Racks

Zen Racks are manufactured from quality steel and modular designed for versatility, easy to install and also provide a wide range of storage solutions.


Conventional Pallet Racking

This is the most versatile and widely used type of racking. It can carry a maximum weight of 3000 Kgs per beam level. The stock is easily accessible. The working aisle measurement between each rack and the rack height depends upon the characteristics of the lifting devices, pallet size and the height of the warehouse itself.


• Total stock control.
• Maximum adaptability to any load type both in terms of weight and volume.
• Is a scalable solution growing along with the customer’s expansion. To store a greater number of pallets, double-deep racks can be installed enabling one pallet to be stored in front of another on each side of the aisle


Heavy duty Racks

It is a strong, durable, versatile and economical racking system ideal for manually picked heavy loads between 2000 Kgs – 3000 Kgs per beam level. Easy to assemble and adjustable shelves. Mainly used with blockboards or pallets.


• Offers a range of shelving and decking options including timber, mesh and steel.
• Adjustable Load Levels.
• Maximum adaptability to any load type both in terms of weight and volume.
• It can be combined with conventional pallet racking, where the upper levels are used to store palletized stocks.
• Easy to Assemble.

Medium Duty Racks

These are designed to store goods that are retrieved manually by picking base on the “man to product” principle. It can carry a maximum weight of 1000 Kgs – 2000 kg per beam level. The racks are adjustable, with options for walk ways and ladders for easy access


• Easily Adjustable.
• Easy to install.
• Excellent versatility.


Light Duty Rack

It is designed to accommodate light weight loads and cartons. Ideal for backroom retail storage. Stocks are picked manually and can carry a maximum weight of 1000 Kgs per beam level.


• Adjustable & easy to install and can go up to
20m height with walk ways and ladder for easy
access to the top area.
• A simple and economic system for a huge range
of applications.
• Excellent versatility.

Drive In Pallet Racking

Drive-In Racking is designed to offer high-density storage of pallets on a FILO (First In Last Out) basis. It is constructed in lanes using rack components with an integrated rail system to support the pallets.

The rack can be designed to hold 2 to 10+ pallets deep. A lane is designed to handle a single stock-keeping unit for all levels in the row. Therefore, it is best suited for stock-keeping units with large quantities of goods. For the drive in the rack, pallets are loaded and retrieved from the front side of the rack.

Drive Through Racking

Drive Through Racking

Drive Through Racking differs from the drive in
by allowing the fork truck to travel through the entire depth of the rack. This allows for pallets to be loaded from the front but retrieved from the back. This results in a FIFO (First In First Out) stock basis for time-sensitive or perishable goods. Both system designs require minimal service aisle space while maximizing a more dense storage area


• Total stock control.
• Very high-density storage for maximum efficiency.
• Can be configured to maximize the use of available
ceiling height.
• Ideal for cold and chill storage application.
• No specialist handling equipment is required as
standard forklifts can be utilized.
• Guide rails in the system provide safe and
efficient usage and avoid damage to goods

Cantilever Pallet Racking

Cantilever racking is designed for the storage of
long loads of various lengths, that can be flexibly adapted for different loads. This storage system is intended for loads such as wooden boards, metal profiles pipes, and tubes. It consists of columns with a vertical beam and one or two horizontal beams at the base to provide stability. Its design allows the loads to be fitted on one side of the structure only, or both sides. It provides for a forklift or any other lifting system manually.


• Easy-to-assemble.
• Structure of great simplicity and strength.
• All the elements involved fit together easily
and allow for excellent mobility.
• Versatility

push back

Push Back Pallet Racking

Push-back racking allows 2 to 6 pallets to be
stored from either side of an aisle, giving you higher storage capacity than other forms of racking. This system is inclined thus automatically sending the pallets from the back to the front of the lane. It contains a pair of inclined rails and a
series of nesting carts. They are ideal for storing medium-turnover products, with two or more pallets per stock-keeping unit (using the Last In First Out (or LIFO) system)


• Allows shorter handling times.
• The best possible use is made of the space
• Very little height space is wasted.
• Each level can be used to store a different SKU.

Movable Mobile pallet racking

Mobile racks are a racking system with wheels at the bottom and can be moved back and forth horizontally. Picking up stocks in a certain pallet, provides movement of the entire rack to the sides, leaving a space wide enough for the forklift to go in and pick up the target pallet. The operator
automatically opens the unit, either by remote control or manually by flicking a switch


• Optimizes space and increases storage capacity.
• Direct access to each pallet.
• Ability to integrate with warehouse management
software systems.
• Elimination of individual access aisles