A pallet is a flat transport structure that supports goods in a stable fashion while being lifted by a forklift or pallet jack. A pallet is the structural foundation of a unit load that allows handling and storage. Goods or shipping containers are often placed on a pallet secured with strapping, stretch wrap or shrink wrap and shipped. While most pallets are wooden, pallets can also be made of plastic, metal, paper, and recycled materials. Each material has advantages and disadvantages relative to the others.
Plastic Pallets ;are made of HDPE which displays high loading capacity with resistance to shock, weathering, and corrosion. Due to their durability, they are often recycled. They can be easily washed for sanitary purposes. Plastic Pallets are difficult to repair once damaged, they are commonly melted down to be remolded.
Rackable Plastic Pallets
WeePallet rackable plastic pallets ;are designed for storing loads slightly above the floor. They have either a picture frame or a runner's bottom. These make WeePallet plastic pallets stable even when subjected to heavy loads. You don’t have to worry about your load falling or toppling over.
At the moment, we have 3 main configurations – three-runner, picture frame, and picture frame with a cross frame. Also, WeePallet rackable plastic pallets are also available in solid and vented styles.
Rackable plastic pallets are heavy-duty due to the high load capacity they handle. The combination of HDPE material and robust design makes our pallets the perfect choice for any application. This is irrespective of your industry – electronics, petroleum, food, pharmaceutical, etc.
You can use WeePallet rackable plastic pallets for all unsupported racking systems. It may include beam or edge racking. With this, you will definitely utilize the limited storage space effectively in the warehouses and distribution systems.
Still, we pride ourselves on consistency in all dimensions of our rackable plastic pallets. They are compatible with any unsupported pallet rack. They will neither shrink nor expand with time. Also, if you are planning to monitor stored pallets or goods using RFID, then WeePallet plastic pallets are the best.
Stackable Plastic Pallets
We design stackable plastic pallets ;for shipping and handling heavy loads. Whether in warehouse, manufacturing, or production environments. They are optimized for stack loading and conveyor systems.
All WeePallet stackable pallets have bottom runners. A pallet may have 3 or 2 runners. It varies with the design. This implies you can stack these plastic pallets on each other when empty.
With our unique design, you can stack multiple WeePallet plastic pallets with products in them during shipping. This will save a lot of space, thus reducing shipping costs.
Again, we design all stackable plastic pallets with consistent bottoms. This guarantees a strong and steady platform. Of course, the pallets can handle high loading affects – both static and dynamic loads.
Normally, our stackable pallets are durable and can withstand adverse industrial working conditions. They are heat resistant, waterproof, and impact resistant. It is for these reasons that we recommend WeePallet stackable pallets for use in a returnable (closed-loop) type of shipping system.
A WeePallet stackable plastic pallet lasts about 10 times more than wooden pallets. They are both economical and environmentally friendly.
All stackable plastic pallets are designed to ease the handling of loads. Be it during loading or offloading.
Medical Bins: Where Do I Begin?
Medical staff uses medical waste bins ;to dispose of waste and also to remove it from the property. Especially during times of high-volume business—such as the COVID-19 pandemic—the process must be streamlined and efficient, while still maintaining safety. Medical waste bins protect the world outside the facility from infections, punctures, and other hazards.
What Are Medical Waste Bins, and Why Do They Matter?
Medical waste bins are any of several plastic containers designed to safely dispose of medical waste. Waste management heightens the safety of employees, and reduction in the risk of contamination from such material. These bins and the procedures for disposing of medical waste help limit or eliminate exposure to blood-borne pathogens and hospital-acquired infections. Waste material can be classified into four categories: