Heat Treated Pallets in Kenya
If you use pallets for storage, air exports, or sea exports, then you probably know that all wood packaging materials should be treated for use in international shipments. One effective way of treating wooden pallets is heat treatment. Wood pallets are manufactured from trees. As trees grow, they are exposed to many pests and fungi. These pests can easily be transported from one country to another through the wooden pallets they inhibit. That’s why governments worldwide and environmental enthusiasts require wooden pallets manufacturers to heat treat them during production.
Kenpack Limited discusses everything you should know about heat-treated pallets, including why we heat treat pallets and what heat-treated pallets are.
Heat-treated pallets, also known as HT pallets, are treated by way of heat at 56°C for approximately 30 minutes according to international standards on phytosanitary measures. Heat treatment kills all the insects, larva, and fungi to prevent the spread of pests, fungi, and unwanted plants. Heat-treated pallets can be used to ship goods internationally.
So, if you are wondering when to use heat-treated pallets, you now know that you have to use heat-treated pallets for storage, exports, and local shipments.
The best way to tell if a wood pallet is heat-treated by looking for stamps on the side of the pallets. Here in Kenya, the Kenya Plant Health Inspectorate Service (KEPHIS) is responsible for regulating the quality of packaging materials. So, shop for heated treated pallets from a wooden pallet manufacturer accredited by KEPHIS, such as Kenpack Limited.
Are you wondering why you should use heat-treated pallets? Heat-treated pallets have so much to offer apart from preventing pest infestation. Read on to discover why heat-treated pallets are better than non-heat-treated wood pallets.
You can buy the highest quality heat-treated wood pallets at Kenpack Limited in Nairobi, Kenya. All our wood pallets are heat-treated at 56°C for 30 minutes to adhere to international standards on phytosanitary measures. Contact us today or visit us off Mombasa rod opposite City Cabanas in Nairobi, Kenya.