Approved and published in 2016, this standard pertains to pallets used in the unit-load method of assembling, stacking, storing, handling, and transporting materials and products. The standards were to accomplish the following: define terminology and nomenclature associated with pallets; apply to pallets irrespective of components and materials used in their fabrication; provide a series of recommended pallet dimensions and sizes; describe procedures for pallet sampling, inspection, and testing; ...
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