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Reusable wood pallets: selection and proper design

, : Reusable wood pallets: selection and proper design. Forestry Technical Report, Canadian Forestry Service (11): 44

The following subjects are discussed and illustrated: selecting suitable size and type of pallet; construction; pallet fasteners; the effects of wood density and m.c.; wood variation and deterioration; and purchasing of pallets.


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