Manufacturing and Engineering Certifications
UNARCO plants are certified by many of the most stringent departments of building and safety in the country in addition to the strict RMI compliance. Each UNARCO Material Handling, Inc. manufacturing facility has been certified by the city of Los Angles certification, The City of Phoenix certification and Clark County Certification.
UNARCO engineering has been certified by the Rack Manufacturers Institute and has a registered R-Mark certification. Independent sample tests were completed and certified for compliance. All UNARCO engineering software and design programs are RMI compliant calculations.
A staff of engineers registered in all 50 states, CAD Specialists and Estimators can quickly provide you with a durable design that is economical. Regional Sales Staff, support a large network of trained pallet rack distributors covering the entire United States, provide quick turnaround on warehouse designs and pricing.
What is R-Mark?
In 1997 the RMI issued a new specification for storage rack (later updated to become the 2002 edition and more recently adopted by American National Standard ANSI MH 16.1-2004). Shortly thereafter, RMI created the R-Mark Certification Program as a way for storage rack users and customers to clearly identify that rack frame and beam capacities shown in a load table were calculated in accordance with the new standard.
A way of identifying special projects that were designed in accordance with the new specification was also established.To satisfy these requirements the RMI developed a program by which any rack manufacturer, member or nonmember, could submit a standard set of data and information about their racks, testing information and sample calculations for review.
The RMI facilitated the submittal of this information to two randomly selected, independent, pre-qualified, storage rack design engineers for their review and approval that the testing, calculations and resulting component capacities were in accordance with the 1997 RMI Specification (since updated to the 2002 Edition and more recently adopted by American National Standard ANSI MH 16.1-2004).The RMI then issued a seal (the R-Mark) that the rack company can use on published capacity charts and, in conjunction with a Professional Engineer’s seal, on special designs to indicate that the components and design are in accordance with the RMI Specification.