Operation Method of Plastic Pallet

Update:30-04-2019
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Multi-layer non-interlaced stacking, also known as over […]

Multi-layer non-interlaced stacking, also known as overlapping stacking. It is a stacking form on the palstic pallet that aligns the goods in one direction, from the bottom to the top. The characteristic is that the four corners of the cargo correspond to each other up and down with the large carrying capacity. However, due to the lack of meshing between the cargoes of the layers, the lack of contact between the goods is likely to cause separation between the stack which is not firm.

Inter-layer criss-crossing stacking. The two adjacent goods in this manner are placed horizontally at a 90-degree angle, and the other layer is placed vertically. Similar to the overlapping stacking, this method is suitable for the square stack, which is characterized by the mutual interlacing of the goods to increase the friction, so that the layers have certain conjunction and the goods are relatively stable.

Inter-layer rotation interleaved stacking, also known as the center hole stacking code. In this way, this stacking between each layer of goods is generally a windmill type, and the inter-layer goods are close and cross each other. Due to the intersection between each two layers of goods, the goods are easy to be placed into a square stack, which is more stable, and the stability of the plastic pallet cargo is high; the disadvantage is that the difficulty of stacking is increased, and holes are formed in the middle, and the utilization of surface area of the pallet is reduced and pallet loading capacity is also reduced.

Inter-layer forward and reverse interleaved stacking, also known as brick setting stacking. It is a way of stacking products in different columns in the same layer at a 90-degree angle and stacking them at a 180-degree angle. The goods in this way are connected up and down, left and right, and there is no heavy seam between adjacent layers with strong stability. However, since the four corners cannot correspond to each other, weakening the load-bearing capacity.