Pallet Racking Working Load Limit Sign for use on Steelspan Pallet Racking ONLY.
A Pallet Racking Working Load Limit Sign is required on each run of racking to meet the requirements of Australian Standard 4084-2012.
There are two critical rated capacities related to racking and they should never be exceeded. They are:
- maximum unit load
- total rated capacity for each bay
Unit load is an individual stored item – e.g. a pallet having material that can be placed or retrieved in one operation.
Total weight of unit loads stored on a bay must not exceed the rated capacity of the bay.
This information should be provided to people who use the racks. One of the most effective means of providing this information is to mark it clearly in a visible location on the racking.
The safe load sign must include the following:
- racking manufacturer’s name, supplier’s name and trademark, and the installation date
- designer’s name (company or individual)
- working unit load limit
- total working unit load limit for each pallet beam level
- total working unit load limit for each bay
- maximum distance from the base plate level to the first beam level and maximum distance between adjacent beam levels
There should always be some way of determining the weight of each unit load being placed into the racking.
Note: This Pallet Racking Working Load Limit Sign is for use on Steelspan Pallet Racking ONLY. Installers must consult with Steelspan Storage Systems with respect to the design of the racking and correct assembly, installation, usage and signage. No liability will be accepted for other racking installations by other manufacturers or incorrect installation, design, usage and signage of Steelspan Pallet Racking.
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