We offer brand new reusable wooden crates for fruit. We use only high-quality materials from Polish forests. Our products are well-built and highly durable.
We use two types of wood for the production of our crates:
- deciduous wood: pine, spruce and larch, used to construct the bottom and the loading section of the crates,
- hard wood from broad-leaf trees, e.g: hornbeams, beeches and oaks, used to construct those crate elements which require high durability, e.g. the load-bearing structure of a reinforced pallet; at the special request of the Client, we can also employ hard wood for square timbers, pallet corners and the outermost boards of the crate bottom.
- 120x100x77 cm,
- 120x100x80 cm.
*) other dimensions available at the Client's request.
The crates are made of four-side planed boards; the boards' side edges are semi-rounded to prevent the stored fruit and vegetable from bruising and damage.
Hornbeam wood is
- extremely hard,
- very resistant to splitting,
- fire resistant,
- acid and base substance resistant.
It is used in products requiring: malleability, elasticity, hardness and resistance to impact and friction.
The following fasteners are used:
- zinc-plated ring-shank nails with the proper diameter,
- screws and nuts connecting pallet feet, blocks and load-bearing boards in the pallet,
- zinc-coated sheet brackets for connecting the pallet with the crate's load-bearing component.
The parts are nailed together so as to prevent the nail from being drawn deeper into the board.
- 128 units when fully assembled,
- 300 units when transported in parts.