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Tri County sorts 48×40 GMA pallets into five different grades. They are as follows:

 


  AAA Grade

·         Like New condition.

·         No paint or powder

·         6″ end lead boards on the bottom.

·         Similar board thickness on top

·         Minimum chip backs on lead boards

·         Must have at least Eight 4” boards

·         Cannot have plates on any runner

·         Must have 5 bottom boards

·         Top deck board gap no bigger than 4”

·         No plug repairs

 

   AA Grade

·         6” or double 4” end lead boards on the bottom

·         Chip backs must be no more than 1” for 10” or 1/2” all the way

·         Must have 5 bottom boards

·         Must have at least Seven 4” top boards

·         Top deck board gap no bigger than 4”

·         Can only have plates on the middle runner

·         No plug repairs

 


  A Grade

·         6” or 4” end lead boards on the bottom

·         Chip backs must be no more than 1” for 10” or 1/2”  all the way

·         Must have 5 bottom boards

·         Must have at least Seven 4” top boards

·         Top deck board gap no bigger than 4”

·         Can have plates on any runner

·         No plug repairs

 

   B1 Grade

·         6” or 4” end lead boards on the bottom

·         Chip backs must be no more than 1” all the way

·         Can have plates on any runner

·         Must have 4 bottom boards

·         Top deck board gap no bigger than 5”

·         Minimum plug repairs

 

   B Grade

·         6” or 4” end lead boards on the bottom

·         Chip backs must be no more than 1” all the way

·         Can have plates on any runner

·         Must have 4 bottom boards

·         Top deck board gap no bigger than 5”

·         Any amount of plug repairs

·         Can be 3 or 4 runner

 

Tri County Pallet carries the following sizes of pallets:

 36×36  48×42
 36×42  48×45
 40×40  48×40 2way
 42×42  48×40 Block
 44×44  48×48
 45×45  CP1
 48×36  CP3
    Euro

Tri County will remove any used or scrap pallets regardless of size or condition.  Standard 48×40 repairable (broken) pallets are purchased at up to $3.00 ea and sellable odd sizes up to $1.00 ea.

Available options

  • Stage a 53′ box trailer at your facility. Replace it when filled
  • Schedule a live pickup at your facility
  • Drop off your pallets at our shop.

We are also buying the following sizes (Pallets are measured Length(2×4) by Width (boards)

36×3647×47
36×4248×48
42×4249×49
44×4447×31 Euro Block
48×36CP1 + CP3 Block
48×42Chep Block
Plastic48×40 GMA

 

Pallet may be broken but still repairable Loads will be evaluated to determine future value Pickups containing none to few re sellable pallets may be charged a service fee Please contact Tri County Pallet for a free quote at 330-848-0313 or at Contact Us

Need a customized pallet built to your specifications? Tri County specializes in building the pallet your company needs, at the lowest price possible. Building a pallet from remanufactured lumber instead of new, allows for the same durability at lower costs.

Don’t know what kind of pallet you need? Tri County will do a free examination to design a pallet that will maximize shipping volume while minimizing costs.

Please contact Tri County Pallet for pricing and availability at 330-848-0313 or Contact Us

Under ISPM 15, all non-manufactured wood packaging materials (WPM) for export – including wood pallets, crating and loose wood dunnage – must be subjected to heat treating, either by heat or fumigation.

Manufactured wood products such as plywood, oriented strand board (OSB) and particle board do not need to be treated as any pests are destroyed during the manufacturing process. Heat treating heats the wood until its core temperature reaches 56 degrees Celsius for at least 30 minutes. This process is widely recognized as an effective means to destroy any pests that could be harmful to forests. Wood can also be fumigated, but heat treating is considered an environmentally preferable alternative. Once a wood pallet is treated, it never has to be treated again and is considered suitable for export and re-export, as long as none of the original components of the packaging is replaced. Once treated, the pallet or wood packaging must be marked with the internationally recognized IPPC markings, which indicate the country of origin and treatment method used.

Tri County heat treats to the ISPM15 standard. The intent of the ISPM15 standard is that once the WPM is treated and officially marked the treatment does not expire. Thus, you can reuse WPM without requiring re-treatment and remarking. A list of the countries requiring an ISPM15 heat treatment is available here ISPM 15 Country List.

At Tri County Pallet we specialize in identifying what pallet will best fit your needs. We also tackle the option of New vs Reconditioned Pallets. We have helped many businesses save over 50% on their pallet purchasing by switching from using new to recycled pallets.

Advantages of Using Recycled Pallets over New Pallets:

  • Less expensive
  • Holds the same amount of weight
  • Pre-Dried wood (Eliminated water stains)
  • Environmentally friendly
  • No need to cut down new trees for production
  • Can be heat treated

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