Have you got problems with efficient storage?

Trying to save money while still being compliant?

Got a need for a bit of flexibility?

 

The Daywalk Pallet Collar and its related products form an efficient system that has a flexibility limited only by the end user’s creativity. Below are the descriptions for the Daywalk Pallet Collar and its various related products, all of which are geared towards making floor operations as smooth and easy as possible.

 

The Daywalk Pallet Collar

The Daywalk Pallet Collar provides the ultimate flexibility for storage solutions. Whether the end-user needs a single-height collar of 192mm or would like to add more layers to the collar, the pallet collar can be a very effective solution. Daywalk’s fabrication department can produce custom sizes, including EuroPallet sizes, Defence-specific sizes, and even double-width designs.

 

The timber pallet collar can also be flat-packed when not in use; in fact, it can be flat-packed up to 60 collars on a pallet. The removable hinge pins make the whole process of assembling or disassembling fast and easy.

 

Most of the timber pallet collars in stock are ISPM15 compliant; if the supply chain involves the international movement of goods, these collars can be easily utilised. There is also the option to choose a plastic pallet collar, which isn’t subject to timber regulations, and the plastic pallet collar’s bright orange colour makes for clear demarcation in any storage facility if there’s a need to mark out specific gear.

 

The pallet collar retainer clips, which are stocked as a single or double, ensure that the collar is clipped to the pallet for peace of mind – particularly when goods are stored at a height.

 

The Daywalk Pallet Collar Divider

Meanwhile, the Pallet Collar Divider system optimises space utilisation by creating 2 up to 16 SKUs in individual compartments with a single pallet space.

 

The Daywalk Ply Sheet

One of the pain points that often crops up is that smaller components can slip through the gaps on the pallet. The Daywalk Ply Sheet insert makes a fast and replaceable floor that removes that safety hazard and operational frustration.

 

The Daywalk Vision Panel

The Vision Panel can replace the front timber panel of the Pallet Collar. The outcome is three timber sides and one front mesh panel, achieving the cost-effectiveness of the Pallet Collar system but the visibility of a mesh cage. What’s more: if you retrofit the Vision Panel, the timber panel that is removed is not wasted; it becomes the first side of another pallet collar that can be assembled from the pieces that you remove.

 

The Daywalk Id Pouch

Many sites need to label the fronts of their collars or cages or bins. The clear ID pouch located on the front side of the collar makes for clear and flexible identification solution – if the contents of the collar need changing, simply remove the ID from the pouch and replace it with the new product details. The Daywalk ID pouch is available as A4 or A5 landscape style.

 

The Daywalk Pallet Collar Spacer

Finally, the Pallet Collar Spacer can be used very effectively for retaining goods in transport applications. Pallets and collars are a time- and cost-effective way for shop fitting and POS (point-of-sale) designs for industrial and other goods. If you need to have more than one pallet on top of another with the ability to access both picking areas, look at the Daywalk Pallet Collar Spacer – these products allow you to maximise your shop floor space.

 

The Daywalk Pallet Collar Lid Or Lateral Divider System

In many environments, dust and other contamination is a major consideration. The Daywalk Pallet Collar lid or lateral divider system, gear or separate layers of product can be safely and effectively covered. The lid has four double-locating lugs, creating an eight-point locating safety system on top of the pallet collar.

 

The Daywalk Pallet Collar Locator

When stacking gear up without any pallet racking, the pallet collar locates in an eight-point locating system on the pallet, onto which a locator is clipped to the four top corners of the collar. The locator then gives a locating address for another pallet to be placed on top of the collar, a process that can be repeated with another pallet with a pallet collar.

 

For more on pallet collars and other products, visit Daywalk.com today.

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