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Heat Treated Pallets Eastleigh

17 Jun 2021


For your Eastleigh storage or transportation needs, choose our heat-treated wooden pallets. Heat treatment involves heating up a pallet to help get rid of pests, bugs and infestations. This will ensure that when goods are moved across borders, the wood doesn’t lead to further issues. This will help to prevent transmission of illness or damage to local wildlife.

The rules state that those moving goods outside the EU using wooden packaging must be heat treated and stamped. Pallets which have been heat-treated are safe to reuse. This means they are perfect for second-hand use in storage and transport, as well as DIY projects. We are proud to offer a wide range of new and used heat treated wooden pallets. Explore our products section today.

The Government’s guidelines state:

“All WPM moving between the UK and the EU must meet ISPM15 international standards by undergoing heat treatment and marking if there’s a no-deal Brexit. All WPM may be subject to official checks either upon or after entry to the EU. Checks on WPM will continue to be carried out in the UK on a risk-targeted basis only. The plant health risk from WPM imported from the EU is not expected to change as a result of Brexit.”

ISPM15 Marking

Once the wooden pallet has been efficiently heat treated, they are stamped with an identifiable mark. This is to ensure they comply with the standards of the ISPM15. With various standards of heat treatment, there are three possible markings:

  • HT – This is used on individual wood components. It’s made up of an agency trademark, facility number and HT, each of which must be legible when displayed. This doesn’t replace the IPCC mark, instead, it creates  a link between the raw product
  • IPCC – This can be found on boxes and pallets. It consists of the HHT mark as well as a country code and the treaty’s wheat symbol on it twice.
  • IMMC Dunnage – This is mostly found on wood packaging using in blocking and bracing. This mark includes all of the before, as well as bearing the work ‘DUN’, relating to dunnage.

How Are Pallets Heat Treated?

For the benefit of customers in Eastleigh and nationwide, we follow strict guidelines that result in our ISPM15 pallets. Wooden pallets should be heat treated using a specialist kiln in accordance with specific guidelines, highlighting specific temperature and duration. Our kiln has the capacity to process up to 3000 pallets and related products per day. This ensures pests are eradicated meaning we can offer high-quality ISPM15 pallets. We only source wooden pallets that meet the strict rules to heat treatment for reassurance.


Heta Treated Wooden Pallet Prices Eastleigh

With the regulations we follow, you can purchase high quality heat-treated wooden pallets in Eastleigh. Help to prevent wood packaging from being a means of transmission for pests, which can help to save trees. Choose from our wide range of heat treated new and used wooden pallets. Not only are these great for shipping, but they are a superb solution for all of your storage needs.

We make the process easy for you, meaning your transportation needs can be met with our pallets. You can use our online quote form to request specific sizes and we’ll get back to you with the perfect pallets for your requirements. Just fill out your specifications and personal details, and we will talk you through our options.

You are welcome to call our freephone on 08000 288655 to speak to our team directly. We understand each customer has a specific budget, so we work closely with you to find the ideal solution. The pallets could be with you within 24 hours! (subject to terms and conditions) We look forward to working with you!

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