Rack Armour

Rack Armour provides a highly visible and effective impact resistant protective shell for exposed pallet racking uprights:

  • Proven to reduce racking damage by up to 80%
  • Made from ballistics grade high density polyethylene (HDPE)
  • Compatible with all makes and models of pallet racking
  • Quick and easy to install with no fixings required


Rack Armour is a market-leading solution for the protection of exposed pallet racking uprights, which are particularly vulnerable to impact damage from vehicles such as forklift trucks.

As a globally-successful range for more than 10 years, Rack Armour is proven to reduce damage to racking by up to 80%, saving significant amounts of time and money for the businesses that have installed these products in the process.

Manufactured from ballistics grade high density polyethylene (HDPE), Rack Armour is able to deflect the vast majority of typical impacts that can occur in an industrial warehouse environment.

The internal foam means that impacts are absorbed and diffused, reducing any potential damage to the racking as well as any people and vehicles around it.

Available in multiple heights and configurations to fit all types of pallet racking – see the Product Specification section for more details.

Rack Armour is available in two different height options – 300mm and 600mm

In order to cater for all the various types of pallet racking in today’s marketplace, Rack Armour can be supplied in three different width profiles:

Euro A – fits most racking types with a front face up to 87mm

Euro B – fits most racking types with a front face up to 100mm

Euro C – fits most racking types with a front face up to 120mm

Rack Armour Diagram

Rack Armour is available as standard in High Visibility Yellow, but please ask our Product Specialists if another colour is required.

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