Hannibal IndustriesTwinlode Gen 2 structural steel racking system
Save energy, increase storage density with double-wide drive-in rack
The Twinlode Gen 2 structural steel racking system by Hannibal Industries allows for higher and deeper stacking to create more efficient storage in cold and freezer applications.
The rack features double-wide drive-in construction that allows loading or unloading of two pallets at one time while reducing handling costs and maximizing storage space.
Because the tubular racking fills voids for greater density, it reduces empty space resulting temperature variances, eliminating freezer burn and product spoilage. By maintaining a constant temperature, energy use is also minimized use.
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The Hannibal manufacturing team, dealer network and core product consultants, provide unique synergies to address your material handling challenges.
Hannibal’s storage products include, selective rack, double deep rack, drive-in rack, push back rack, pallet flow rack, cantilever rack, case flow rack and archive rack systems. Our specialty partner products include; Pallet Shuttle, Pallet Flow, GlideRack and Twinlode systems. We work closely with you, our distributors, and our in-house consultants to design and implement the best fit for your distribution facility challenge.
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