MC4 Hand Crimping Tools (คีมย้ำ MC4)
A pallet is the structural foundation of a unit load which allows handling and storage efficiencies.
A crate is a large shipping container, often made of wood, typically used to transport large, heavy or awkward items.
There is no strict definition of an open crate as compared to a closed crate
Goods or shipping containers are often placed on a pallet secured with strapping, stretch wrap or shrink wrap and shipped.
Discarded wooden pallets should not be used for firewood or crafts unless it has been determined.
A Wooden Crate has a self-supporting structure, with or without sheathing.
Crates can be made of wood, plastic, metal or other materials.
There are many variations of Wooden Crate designs. By far the most common are closed , open and framed.
Although pallets come in all manner of sizes and configurations, all pallets fall into two very broad categories.
Stringer pallets use a frame of three or more parallel pieces of timber (called stringers).
The top deck boards are then affixed to the stringers to create the pallet structure.
A Closed Crate is one that is completely or nearly completely enclosed with material such as plywood or lumber boards.
The strength of a wooden box is rated based on the weight it can carry before the top (top, ends, and sides).
Crates can be made of wood, plastic, metal or other materials. The term crate often implies a large and strong container.
Typically when the gap between boards is greater than the distance required for expansion, the crate would be considered an open crate.
A crate may be made of any material, for these reasons, the term crate used alone often implies one constructed of wood.