lightline perforated containers 600 x 400 x 120 mm
Berlin Land, Berlin
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bekuplast offers a range of plastic boxes that are designed for optimal protection and efficiency in the transport and storage of goods and products. These boxes are stable, durable, and provide a reliable solution for various industries.
Our plastic containers are available in Euro format, which means they adhere to standardized dimensions that allow for easy stacking on Euro pallets (1200 x 800 mm) and industrial pallets (1200 x 1000 mm). This ensures compatibility and efficient use of space during storage and transportation.
The Euroboxes come in different dimensions, allowing for a mix of sizes on a single pallet. This flexibility further enhances space-saving capabilities and enables efficient organization of materials.
In our Euro-Norm lightline series, we offer two basic sizes: 400 x 300 mm and 600 x 400 mm. Despite their lightweight, these stacking containers are remarkably stable, making them suitable for both manual handling and automated conveyor systems.
For added convenience, we also provide translucent options in the Euro-Norm lightline range. This allows users to easily check whether the containers are filled or empty, even without opening them.
The specific product we offer has outer dimensions of 600 x 400 x 120 mm and inner dimensions of 568 x 368 x 117 mm, providing a volume of 24 liters. It weighs 990 grams and comes in the color grey (401). The sides and bottom of the box are perforated, and it features open handgrips for easy carrying. The material used is PP-C (polypropylene copolymer), known for its durability and resistance.
For further information, please refer to the attached PDF document, which provides additional details about the product. If you have any inquiries or would like to contact us, please feel free to reach out via email. We are the proud manufacturers and producers of these high-quality plastic boxes, located in Ringe, Germany.