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New HEAVY DUTY Pallet Range From Beercraft UK

New HEAVY DUTY Pallet Range From Beercraft UK
July 01
08:52 2014

Beecraft UK, based at Wembley in Middlesex, is a well established distributor of plastic pallets and recently released a new HEAVY DUTY range featuring sizes 1200 x 800 and 1200 x 1000, including Logo, RFID Tag, Bar coding, label sticker area and Rubber insert to avoid slippage of goods in transit.

The new HEAVY DUTY pallet repairable skates offer durability and return relative to other alternatives with maximum performance. The pallet can withstand a static load of 7500 kg, 2,000 kg dynamic load and over 1000 kg on racking with no deflection.

There is also the option of inserting reinforcements that increase racking load to over 1,200kg.The pallet is Ideal for reuse logistics and storage, both for manufacturing environments and distribution circuits. The new HEAVY DUTY 1200 x 1000 range has several versions depending on the number of pads required.

The new 22 kg model has the possibility of incorporating both slip rubber on the board and the base of the shoes to stabilize the load and prevent movement during transport. The version with 6 bottom skids /runners has been specially developed for beverage bottlers where product durability and high load demands positioned it as an ideal option to existing wooden pallets .

Beercraft also has available wider range of plastic pallets with many options and sizes to cover multi application.

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