Picking boxes with adjustable dividers have the base on 600×400 mm and 3 different height versions: 220 mm, 270 mm and 320 mm.

Their design is optimized for them to be compatible with the warehouse automated systems, shuttle systems or conveyor lines. This range of boxes has external reinforcements and rounded edges, in order to avoid the risk to cling and bump into to each other on the curved conveyor and create workflow problems.

They have double base, which reduces the noise made by the boxes when they move on the conveyors. The smooth bottom ensures an easy running on any conveyor system or gravitational rolls with small wheels.

These plastic crates have inside an integrated partition wall system for a dynamic and secure fixing of the  internal separators (1/2, 1/8), which allows the operators to create on the spot, spaces demarcated inside the box for multiple orders. The operators can use dividers for length or width, which they can place right away, depending on necessities.

This way, by an efficient use of the internal space of the boxes, the general storing space and the total number of boxes used in applications are reduced.

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    ReferenceExternal dimensions (mm)Internal dimensions (mm)Units per palletWeight (kg)
    Picking boxes with adjustable dividers ST6422-0332
    ST6422-0332600 x 400 x 220565 x 368 x 199402.19 kgView product
    Picking boxes with adjustable dividers ST6427-0333
    ST6427-0333600 x 400 x 270565 x 368 x 249322.4 kgView product
    Picking boxes with adjustable dividers ST6432-0334
    ST6432-0334600 x 400 x 320565 x 368 x 299402.61 kgView product

Picking boxes with adjustable dividers are light weighted, but in the same time very stable, well balanced and sturdy, and are available with open and closed handles.

There are also available models with perforations for water drainage in the base and side walls, for the applications where the crates need to follow the new standards in the matter of international fire protection regulations.

In case of fire, the water coming from the sprinklers was draining only in the top boxes, and was not able to stop the fire on the boxes from the base. From this reason, where this was possible, it was more and more imperative for the crates to have some perforations in the base, in order to let the water from the sprinklers, in case of fire, to drain and stop the fire from the base of the stack with crates.