Rotomoulded Pallets


Kayroto is a South African company that specializes in rotationally molded products for the chemical, petrochemical, food, and other industries. Their focus is on providing complete system solutions for storage, transportation, racking, and protection needs.

One of Kaymac’s key products is powder rotomolded pallets, which offer many advantages over traditional wood pallets. These durable plastic pallets are ideal for handling and storing powdered materials like flour, sugar, cement, chemicals, etc.

The pallets have a smooth, non-porous surface that prevents contamination and makes cleaning easy. They are also water-resistant and impervious to moisture damage. Unlike wood, the pallets won’t splinter or harbor bacteria.

Powder rotomolded pallets are exceptionally strong and can bear heavy static and dynamic loads. They are resistant to impacts, abrasion, and corrosion. The pallets have excellent dimensional stability and won’t warp or crack under load.

Kaymac offers standard and custom sizes to suit specific needs. The pallets can be made with special features like spill retention lips, reinforced fork entry slots, and non-slip feet. They can be fitted with RFID tags or color-coded for identification.

The pallets are lightweight compared to wood or steel yet have high load-bearing capacity up to 1250 kg. This makes them ideal for export industries where saving weight results in transport cost savings.

Kaymac’s powder pallets have a long service life of over 10 years. They are 100% recyclable at end-of-life. The low-maintenance pallets don’t require repairs or replacement of broken boards like wood pallets.

For food, pharmaceutical, and other industries, Kaymac offers FDA-approved pallets that are HACCP compliant for hygiene and safety.

The pallets provide an economical and eco-friendly alternative to non-reusable pallets. Kaymac offers short production lead times and customized solutions to meet specific requirements.

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