31) Plastic pallet
A device used for moving and storing freight. It is used as a base for assembling, storing, stacking, handling, and transporting goods as a unit load. Commonly, it is about four feet square and is so constructed to facilitate the placement of a lift truck's forks between the levels of a platform so it may be moved easily.
32) Pallet lifter
A below-the-hook lifting device that utilizes forks in its design and serves to take the role of forklift forks while utilizing the capabilities of a crane and/or hoist. Generally, counterweighted at its top and attached via a bail and hook arrangement.
33) Detachable frame pallet
A pallet that features a frame or superstructure that is removable.
34) Solid side pallet
A pallet constructed such that the stringer sides are not notched.
35) Type I pallet
Single-faced, non-reversible pallet.
36) Four way block pallet
A pallet which, by its design and construction, is accessible to a pallet jack from all four sides; a full four-way entry pallet.
37) Type III pallet
Double-faced, flush-stringer or block, reversible pallet.
38) Multiple trip pallet
A pallet designed and built for use in multiple trips and transports.
39) Solid deck pallet
A pallet constructed with no spacing along the deck(s).
40) Type IV pallet
Double-faced, single-wing, non-reversible pallet.
41) Type V pallet
Single-faced, single-wing, non-reversible pallet.
42) Type VI pallet
Double-faced, double-wing, reversible pallet.
43) Single deck pallet
A pallet possessing one load bearing deck.
44) Double deck pallet
A pallet constructed of both a top and bottom deck or deckboards.
45) Returnable/reusable pallet
A pallet designed to be used for more than one trip.