The material, generally made from welded wire, that is placed on shelves, rack load beams or walks to support loads of variable sizes.
The decks or flooring of a mezzanine can be made of several different types of materials depending upon the requirements, features and capacity of the mezzanine. These flooring/decking options may include bar grating, plank grating, wood planking, plywood, composite materials and cement.
2) Decking section
A completely fabricated decking assembly with reinforcing members ready for installation upon supporting storage rack framing. One or more decking sections are used to form a shelf surface.
3) Double deck pallet
A pallet constructed of both a top and bottom deck or deckboards.
4) Fork entry
The opening between decks of a pallet, beneath the top deck or beneath the stringer notch, to admit forks.
5) Flush pallet
A pallet constructed in such a manner that there are no overhangs and the decks, both top and bottom, fit "flush" with the stringers on all sides.
6) Double wing pallet
A pallet constructed in such a way as to have the top deck extending out from opposite sides.