Wilmington Machinery Installs Second Complete Custom Pallet Molding Solution for European Customer

Wilmington Machinery plastic pallet

Wilmington Machinery introduced the company’s first Pallateer molding machine in 2010 because of an increased demand for plastic pallets. Recently, a European company who had no experience in making plastic pallets was looking to mold plastic pallets in-house which lead them to install their first Wilmington Pallateer to mold plastic pallet designed specifically to meet their needs.

The metric size pallet that Wilmington’s engineers designed has a static capacity of 17,500 lbs, a dynamic capacity of 8,800 lbs, and a racking capacity of 4,000 lbs. The pallet is molded of polypropylene or polyethylene or a blend of the two plus color and other additives.

Due to the success of the initial Pallateer, the customer ordered and installed a second pallet machine. Once again, before shipping the equipment, testing of the machine was performed inWilmington, NC. Then the entire system was disassembled and reinstalled at the customer’s facility.

Wilmington Machinery plastic pallet

The Pallateer molding machine for this customer included variable frequency hydraulics and other state of the art machinery features. The Pallateer uses the structural foam injection method for high strength to weight ratio of the pallet and performs well with 100% recycled material. A Pallateer system comes complete with the molding machine, mold(s), robot, mold chiller, nitrogen generator, resin blending/loading equipment, plus training and full know-how.

Since its’ founding in 1972, Wilmington Machinery has been building high performance, low-pressure structural foam molding machines. In addition, the company has built custom extrusion, thermoforming, and industrial blow molding machinery, along with a primary line of high capacity rotary blow molding systems for polyolefin monolayer/ multilayer barrier blow molded packaging. From a modern 65,000 SF facility in Wilmington, North Carolina, the company can easily meet any customer’s need for extra-large plastics machinery. International shipments can also be arranged through the nearby deep-water Port of Wilmington.

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