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Efficiently repalletize old stocks of blocks?

Efficiently repalletize old stocks of blocks?

Efficiently repalletize old stocks of blocks?

(OP)
Greetings,

I'm looking for creative ideas to efficiently repalletize old stocks of hollow blocks.

Those have been forgotten for years, and the wooden pallets have failed, wich results in unstable stacks & impossibility to handle with forklifts.

First concern is workers security / avoiding accidents
And second concern is finding something better than picking them one by one

There's about 300 pallets / 40k blocks.

Some pictures to illustrate.







Cheers

RE: Efficiently repalletize old stocks of blocks?

Good summer job for students, re-stacking on better pallets.

RE: Efficiently repalletize old stocks of blocks?

Instead of a forklift, use a telehandler to pick the pallets. Consider using plastic pallets as wooden pallets are for temporary construction.

RE: Efficiently repalletize old stocks of blocks?

(OP)
oldestguy - would need too much supervision to prevent them from killing themselves smile

bimr - ok, it would put the forklift operator at a safe distance.

i wonder about using straps to realign the stack on some of the pallets

for broken / crushed pallets, i was wondering if there was some tool with sort of side clamps, would help a lot. sounds too specialized though

RE: Efficiently repalletize old stocks of blocks?

(OP)
LittleInch - i guess you nailed it smile thanks

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