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Folding Mesh Pallet Galvanised Finish with half drop and removable gates

Galvanised base zinc plated gates & sides sound deadening material on base. No pinch points on gate latches barcoding standard. Nests in standard racking gates half drop & remove fully - walk in access ends. Tensioned to stop them falling parts easily replaced & interchangable positive stacking method "Australia Post Approved"

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Base Dimensions
1160 x 1160
Usable Space
1090 x 1090
Outside Feet
1170 x 1170
Overall Height
Inside Height
Folded Height
Under Base
Cubic Capacity
Approx. Mass
Design Specifications
Rated Capacity (NATA) Certified
1000 kg per unit
Stacking Fully Loaded
4 high, static flat
Forking Fully Loaded
1 high from any side
Trucking Fully Loaded
2 high
Stacking Collapsed
15 high, static flat
Forking Collapsed
5 high from any side
Trucking Collapsed
Limited by height

Stillage Assembly

  • Ends: Pull each of the two folding sides to their fully open positions.  If the two ends are not fully open, then erecting the gates becomes difficult.
  • Gates: Pick up one set of gates by the handles.  Position Gate at bottom corner of stillage on the inside of the corner plate.  Locate pins on bottom half of gate into slots on each post.  Push down firmly to ensure gate is located fully, swing top half of gate upward, pull back on both gate catches as the gate swings upwards.  Once in the fully closed position, release the catches into their locations.
  • Check Assembly:  When assembly is complete, double check all posts to make sure all gate hooks are located fully.  Visually check entire pallet to make sure it is in safe usable condition.

Stillage Safety Assessment

Before using any stillage, the operator must check that:

  • Stacking spigots are not bent or broken
  • Gates fully locate into their catches
  • Stillage ends are properly attached to the stillage base
  • Nuts & bolts are all tight
  • Posts are not damaged and that stillage can be stacked or stacked onto

General Loading & Trucking of Stillage

  • Always evenly distribute the loading of product into the stillage as best as possible
  • When stacking stillages, make sure the stillage has interlocked properly before removing the forklift
  • Avoid having heavy loads on top of the stack

Stillage Damage & Repairs

  • Damaged stillages should be assessed and if deemed to be unsafe, removed from circulation
  • Any time a stillage is removed from circulation, it should be reported to the relevant supervisor
  • Damaged or unsafe stillages are to be returned to Cevol Industries for proper assessment or repair

Operators Guide

Operators are not to exceed any of the design specifications listed above.
Each stillage hired out by Cevol Industries is in a safe usable condition, stenciled with the maximum capacity and stacking height.
Operators are to report any damaged stillage to their supervisor for assessment or return to Cevol Industries.

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Melbourne Victoria (HQ)
229- 231 Governor Rd,
Braeside,Victoria - 3195 Australia
P: 1800 643 911
E: salesvic@cevol.com.au
Contact: Phil Nish - 0408 958 935

Sydney NSW
56-58 Power St,
St Marys, NSW - 2760 Australia.
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Contact: Jodie Brown - 0407 839 775

Brisbane QLD
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Rocklea, Qld - 4106 Australia.
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E: salesqld@cevol.com.au
Contact: Quinton Thrussell - 0448 448 099

Perth WA
5 Hanwell Way,
Bassendean, WA - 6054, Australia.
P: 1800 643 911
E: saleswa@cevol.com.au
Contact: Jodie Brown - 0407 839 775  

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