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Typically these pallets are considerably less expensive than Grade "A".  They are used primarily for shipping or warehousing.  Grade "B" pallets may have several stringer and deckboard replacements. This pallet is the least expensive means to put product onboard a pallet for transportation or storage.  The consideration is for safety, not cosmetic appearance.


  • ​6 to 7 boards on top, depending on board width which can be 3-1/2" to 5-1/2" wide

  • No less than 4 boards on bottom

  • Average top deck spacing 2-1/2" to 3-1/2" but can be up to 4"

  • 3 Stringers (1-1/2" x 3-1/2")

  • 4 way entry

  • Has plugs (repairs) on stringers

  • Plugs can be various lenth and location

  • No more than two boards (stringers) thick at any one point

  • Chips or partial split boards are acceptable and may have multiple blemishes and color degredation.


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