|1.) Setting up the truck forks|
|Set the fork to 56 cm. Adjust the fork individually for the smaller sized pallets.|
Presswood pallets save you valuable storage space. To get the best performance we recommend storing the pallets indoors. If they must be stored outside then use a plastic cover to protect them.
|3.) Removing stacked pallets|
|You can remove any desired number of pallets from a stack. In order to do so, lift the pallets by tipping the end of the fork downward slightly and moving carefully forward.|
|Lower the forks and slide into the space provided under the pallet. Note: lift the loaded pallet vertically, ensuring that it does not drag across the floor.|
|5.) Block stacking|
|If Presswood pallets that are loaded with soft goods have to be stacked on top of one another, then use a slip-sheet.|
|6.) Unloading pallets evenly|
|Note: please note, as with all types of pallets, you should unload the pallets from the truck evenly in order not to endanger the uniform load distribution and stability.|
|For H&S reasons, never sit or stand on the pallets when in motion or in use.|
Presswood pallets are environmentally friendly. Not only are the pallets made from recycled wood, they can also be reprocessed into new Presswood pallets if they become damaged through use.