The load-bearing capacity of conventional paper pallets varies with its design, thickness, cardboard type and manufacturing process, and can usually range from tens of kilograms to hundreds of kilograms. Paper pallets are usually made of multiple layers of cardboard stacked together to provide some load-bearing capacity, but usually have a limited load-bearing capacity compared to other materials such as wooden or plastic pallets.
The design and manufacturing quality of pallets play a key role in the load-bearing capacity. Some common factors that affect the load-bearing capacity of paper pallets include:
1. Cardboard Thickness: Thicker cardboard can provide better strength and load-bearing capacity.
2. Number of layers: Multi-layered cardboard can increase the overall load-bearing capacity.
3. Structural design: The structural design of the pallet, including the bottom support and reinforced parts, can affect its load-bearing capacity.
4. Type of cardboard: Some special types of cardboard, such as corrugated cardboard, have better strength and load-bearing capacity.
5. Manufacturing process: The quality and technical level of the manufacturing process will also affect the load-bearing capacity of the pallet.