These convenient collars fold flat to save space, are light weight and easy to handle, plus are reusable time and time again with a life span of several years. The applications are endless.
Do you work with several products that need to be segregated at the production line? Why not color code the units with a stain to designate the various products? Move this newly created crate around your warehouse and rack them as usual but you will now know what is in them for inventory purposes. Use company colors or a customers color, or even add a logo. These collars are simple to use and are great in closed loop situations. Making a hot shot run? Save time by putting your product on a pallet and adding a collar while going down the road.
You can get creative by getting a portion of your collars fitted with a double lug hinge. What this does is allow the last collar to accept another pallet on top, where you can start the process over, and still have fork lift access.
While you may have visited this site for information on Corrugated Pallets US, chances are you still utilize wood pallets in some capacity. In the case where you still use wood pallets, this collar is an ideal item to compliment your warehouse and shipping needs. The collars are ISPM 15 compliant to support your Heat Treated wood pallet for global and or export shipping.
With that said we want to introduce you to the EZ Pallet Collar. These are rigid tiers that are hinged and come fully assembled to accept a variety of standard size pallets with no tools required. Simply square up the wood pallet collar frame with the hinges on all corners of the pallet. They will slip onto the pallet effortlessly. Your wood pallet now acts as the bottom base to the wood crate or temporary bin that you manage. You determine what height as to the number of tiers you want to have that is considered safe and efficient. Have one tier on the pallet, put your manufactured product to the level, add another, then another until satisfied. It has the opposite affect too as you unload. Remove a tier at a time to reduce bending over and promote good ergonomics by not having to reach down and over the sides.