Mould racking is a specialized storage system for molds, dies, and tooling equipment in manufacturing. It's designed to protect, organize, and ensure easy access to these critical tools, commonly used in industries like plastics, metalworking, and die casting to streamline workflow and save space.
LIJIN specializes in the design, calculation, and manufacturing of various storage systems, ranging from basic solutions to advanced innovations. One of our featured products is the rack system designed for mold/mould storage. The specifications for this system are as follows:
Our company prides itself on the ability to create cutting-edge products and structures, and this mold storage rack system is a prime example of our innovative solutions for efficient industrial storage.
Mould racking is a versatile storage solution for bulky products. Their flexibility and strength make them ideal for the industrial storage of bulky items.
Mould racks are used for storing the following products:
Mould racking finds applications in a wide range of manufacturing facilities, helping with the storage of molds and dies used in different processes.
Custom manufacturers across various industries rely on mould racking to organize and protect specialized molds and tooling.
Mould racking is essential in the plastics industry for storing injection molds, extrusion dies, and other tooling equipment, ensuring efficient production processes.
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1. Erect the uprights
2. Insert the rear beams
3. Insert the front beams
4. Measure the square
Erect the uprights: Using the chalk line as your guide, stand one upright on the outer edge and hold it in place. With the help of an assistant, erect the second across from the first. Use a level to check that the uprights are vertical. If they aren’t, place shims underneath the uprights until they are straight. Typically, a slight tilt of no more than 1/8 inch is okay, but check the installation guide for specific instructions from your manufacturer. Anchor the uprights to the floor using the recommended method in your installation guide.
Insert the rear beams: Insert the bottom rear beam first. With the help of your assistant, place the bottom rear beam in the correct slots between the two uprights, and use a mallet to secure it in place gently. If your beams do not use a slotting system, you may need to bolt them to the frame. Repeat this process with the top rear beam. Depending on the height of your uprights and racking system, you might need to use a lifting device to attach the beams and uprights.
Insert the front beams: Once you have installed and secured the two rear beams, it’s time to install the front beams. Start with the top front beam, placing it at the exact level as the top beam at the rear. Secure it like you did the rear beam, then move on to the fourth and final beam installation. Once you have installed all four beams, you have formed your first bay.
Measure the square: Before you move on to the remaining bays, use a tape measure to check that the first bay measures as a square and that all spacing is correct and equal. This is an important step, as it will save you a headache later on when installing your shelving. We will provide installation video and drawings.
Another option for assembling industrial shelving is to let a professional installer help you with your project. lijinrack is ready to respond to your needs.
There are several reasons why this may be a good option for you.
You may lack the time, supplies or available assistance to take on pallet racking assembly on your own.
Or perhaps your pallet racking design may be complex or massive and require a team of professionals to complete the racking installation to perfection.
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