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#1 Rudra

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Posted 14 February 2013 - 04:35 PM

Hi,

I am looking for a dry cleaning method to clean my pallets, any help?

Rydra


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#2 Armand L

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Posted 15 February 2013 - 09:16 AM

Hi,

I am looking for a dry cleaning method to clean my pallets, any help?

Rydra


Hello Rydra,

I know that this company www.baero.com has an installation to disinfect pallets using UV-light. I'm not sure this is the cleaning you are referring to.

Kind regards,

Armand

#3 john123

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Posted 15 February 2013 - 03:33 PM

For dry cleaning of a pallet, I'm assuming you aren't concerned with micro contamination but rather removing dust and debris. I'm not sure if there are any true "established" procedures, so you could simpy write up a procedure that pallets are to be moved to a designated cleaning area and dry cleaned with a broom or hand brush (maybe blowing it off with compressed air if you can safely do so). Include sweeping up the cleaning area when they finish in the procedure. We did the same for a set of wire bins we use for transporting plastic and cardboard to the recyclers: bins are to be flipped upside down and agitated (i.e. beat on) to remove debris, followed by a brush down to remove dust and debris.

Also a good time to make sure you're dealing with wood contamination by inspecting wooden pallets for damage and removing them if they're unacceptable.



#4 Dr.Omar Mokhtar

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Posted 03 March 2013 - 09:07 AM

[Hello Rydra,


You can implement your own Standard Operating Procedures, ok for the Dry pallet cleaning first inspect the pallet for damage and segregate the damaged one from others,there are 3 types of pallet (Wooden-Plastic - Metal(Steel)) so, each one has aseparate treatment method,so could you clarify the type of pallet and also which product will be stored on it.

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Omar Mokhtar






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