Warehouse storage solutions include a range of traditional material handling products and advanced technologies – all designed to optimize the storage, handling, and retrieval of products and materials in a warehouse setting.
Automated Storage Technology
Automated storage solutions include advanced technologies, such as an ASRS, automated picking systems, automated load and unload, and more. Adaptec Solutions’ significant experience in material handling combined with our expertise in automation technology allows us to be a versatile partner for small or large companies looking to optimize their warehouse.
Automated Storage & Retrieval System (ASRS)
ASRS is an automated system used in warehouses and distribution centers to manage the storage and retrieval of products, materials, and inventory. The system typically consists of a high-density storage system (racking, shelving, carousels), automated material handling equipment (cranes, conveyors, robots), and advanced software systems for inventory management, tracking, and reporting. Designed to automatically place and retrieve loads from specific storage locations, an ASRS uses computer-controlled methods for applications where large amounts of inventory are moved into and out of a warehousing or distribution center.
An ASRS aims to increase storage density, improve accuracy, reduce manual labor, and improve overall supply chain efficiency. An ASRS provides faster, more accurate, and cost-effective warehouse operations.
Storage carousels are an automated material handling system with rotating shelves that move up or down in response to your commands, delivering items to you through ergonomically safe and convenient access windows. These systems are typically used in warehouses and distribution centers to vertically store and retrieve goods or materials. They are designed to maximize storage capacity while optimizing picking and storage processes.
Carousels are particularly useful for storing small to medium-sized items such as parts, tools, components, and other inventory with high turnover rates. By automating the storage and retrieval process, carousels can optimize warehouse operations, reduce errors, and streamline material handling processes.
Traditional storage technology typically includes various manual and semi-automated methods for storing, handling, and organizing product and materials in a warehouse.
Storage racking consists of various rack types that hold materials and products, ranging from simple metal shelving units to complex multi-level pallet racks. Racking systems are designed to efficiently store and organize goods and materials within a warehouse or distribution center. An efficient racking system provides a systematic and space-saving approach to managing inventory, allowing for easy access and retrieval of products.
Selective pallet racking is the most popular and flexible pallet storage rack used in the material handling industry. The roll-formed steel construction provides great ease of use, durability, and safety.
Pallet Flow Rack
A first-in/first-out retrieval system, pallet flow racking can double or triple capacity compared to drive-in or conventional pallet rack systems. This rack permits dense storage by eliminating all aisles except the entrance and existing aisles.
Push Back Pallet Rack
Push back pallet racking is ideal for applications that require a large number of picking faces with a reduced number of aisles. These racks allow for pallets to be stored up to five deep on a slight upward incline, providing multiple picking faces with extremely high throughput.
Drive-In Pallet Rack
Drive-in pallet racking is a high-density storage solution ideal for homogenous, low-rotation products with a large number of pallets. Requiring fewer aisles, drive-in racking can store up to 75% more pallets compared to conventional pallet racks.
Cantilever racking features a special arm system designed for easy front loading without obstruction. Structural steel components guarantee superior strength as the rack is built for the toughest industrial applications.
A mezzanine is a standalone structure constructed within an existing building that is designed to make the most of clear space under and above the mezzanine platform, creating supplementary manufacturing, storage, or office space.
We provide standard and custom mezzanine design and engineering services to fulfill your specific requirements. With the ability to be disassembled and relocated, a mezzanine offers a scalable solution for future facility expansion.
Modular offices can be used for clean rooms, foreman’s offices, CNC rooms, QC labs, and sound or paint enclosures. Modular offices can be built on mezzanines, freeing up floor space for work or storage.
Adaptec offers a wide variety of quality, pre-engineered modular offices and work systems.
Dive into real-world examples of Adaptec’s vast capabilities portfolio, showcasing the transformative power of automation and material handling solutions. Our case studies provide an insightful glimpse into the strategies and outcomes achieved through the integration of automation solutions.