We have over 5,000 new and used wire decks in stock at our Southern California storage yard. These wire decks are for pallet racks, warehouse storage racks, and metal boltless shelving. In addition, we also have distribution warehouses located throughout the United States which stock all the standard sizes and many custom size wire decks. We are a distributor of wire decks manufactured in the US, as well as made in China. Here is a partial list of some of the wire decks we carry.
Pallet Rack Specs:
- 42″ deep x 46″ wide, step style, 3 channel supports
- 42″ deep x 46″ wide, flared style, 3 channel supports
- 42″ deep x 46″ wide, step style, inside waterfall, 3 channel supports
- 42″ deep x 52″ wide, flared style, 4 channel supports
- 48″ deep x 46″ wide, step style, 3 channel supports
- 48″ deep x 46″ wide, flared style, 3 channel supports
- 48″ deep x 52″ wide, step style, 4 channel supports
- 48″ deep x 52″ wide, flared style, 4 channel supports
Large Supply of Standard and Custom Size Wire Decks
We have a huge selection of wiredecks since they are one of the most popular accessories for pallet rack systems.
For pallet racks, we carry both step style and flared (universal) style. Wire deck sizes vary depending on the pallet rack upright depth and the beam length. We can help design custom decks for your rack and shelving project. Visit our wire mesh deck page to view the different styles.
Pallet Rack Decking and Fire Department Code Requirements
Notice that open grid wire decks enables better flow from fire sprinkler above on the ceiling.
Since wire decks are not solid decks they meet most Fire Department requirements. Many other types of pallet rack decking, including plywood, particle board, and other lumber surfaces can be used for certain applications, but may need special upgrades such as in-rack sprinklers. We have strategic partnerships with fire consultants to make sure the storage systems we design and install meet local codes and regulations.
Load Capacity – Heavy & Light Duty Wire Decks
Maximum load signs are placed on specific areas to inform warehouse personnel about load capacities on racks.
Wire decks are available in many configurations. The number of cross struts, the gage of wire, the spacing between wires, and the quality of production all contribute to the load capacity of each wire deck.