What is standard wooden pallet size?
1200 x 1000mm
However, the standard UK pallet size is different and they are usually 120cm x 100cm. What is the UK pallet size? The standard size UK is 1200 x 1000mm and is available in various pallet types and weight-bearing capacities. The UK pallet size can be widely used throughout the UK.
What are the different pallet sizes?
The three most common pallet sizes are:
- 48 x 40.
- 42 x 42.
- 48 x 48.
What is considered a Grade A pallet?
“Grade A” pallets are recycled pallets that have been refurbished to near original condition. All damaged boards have been replaced, making this a pallet that’s in near-new condition and is highly dependable.
What is an American pallet?
A type of pallet used in North America. The most commonly used is the GMA (Grocery Manufacturers Association) pallet that has deck boards of 40 inches and stringers of 48 inches. Its dimensions are 1016 mm by 1219 mm.
What size is a large pallet?
48×40 inches (1219x1016mm) – most commonly used in North America. 1200x1000mm – most commonly used across Europe and Asia. 45.9×45.9 inches (1165x1165mm) – most commonly used in Australia. 42×42 inches (1067x1067mm) – widely used across North America, Asia and Europe.
What is a #2 pallet?
A Grade #2 or B Grade pallet has typical has had stringer damage that has been repaired by attaching an additional stringer alongside the damaged one. This way of repairing stringers is commonly referred to as a companion stringer, block stringer or double stringer.
What is the difference between #1 and #2 pallets?
Size: Both the #1 and #2 pallets measure out as 48″ in length and 40″ in width. In fact, unlike any other size of pallet, you don’t even need to reference the size when ordering or requesting a quote for a #1 or #2. Once you say these terms, it’s assumed that you referring to a 48″x40″ pallet.
What is Grade A pallet?
Recycled Pallet Grades “Grade A” pallets are recycled pallets that have been refurbished to near original condition. All damaged boards have been replaced, making this a pallet that’s in near-new condition and is highly dependable.
What does B mean on a pallet?
All damaged deck boards are replaced. This is a fairly clean pallet that is structurally sound. Grade B —Typically this is a used pallet, which has had stringer (runner) damage and has been repaired by attaching an additional runner along side the damaged one.
How tall are pallets allowed to be stacked?
Safe Stacking When you stack them, don’t exceed 60 inches in height (or 5 feet) in total. This assures the pallet won’t be overloaded and that forklift operators can operate with a standard clearance that’s safe for your cargo.