- n. Plural form of pallet.
“The wheel is to have 15 teeth, with pallets spanning 3 teeth or 2½ spaces, making the angle from lock to lock = 360 ÷ 15 × 2½ = 60°, the interval from tooth to tooth is 360 ÷ 15 = 24°; divided by 2 pallets = 24 ÷ 2 = 12° for width of tooth, pallet and drop; drop is to be 1½°, the tooth is to be ¾ the width of the pallet, making a tooth of”
“The firm taught children at the elementary school how to save simple wooden pallets from the incinerator and craft their very own bird abodes!”
“Eric Kayne for The Wall Street Journal Store empoyee Corey Jeanes labels pallets in the warehouse section of the store.”
“While taking a walk on a cold and windy afternoon last weekend, I spotted a couple of things―I believe they are called pallets―discarded on a wooded slope.”
“At the far end of the pallets was a smaller pallet covered with a green canvas tarp.”
“Tico Enterprises now hires them to produce a product called Soap Savers, a kitchen and bathroom gadget made out of recycled wooden warehouse pallets, which is sold in Body Shop stores nationwide.”
“The tooth, therefore, would be ¾ the width of pallets, which is very good indeed.”
“We've got 24 pallets, which is basically a semi-truck load," he said.”
“If you're dealing with lots of different products you wouldn't necessarily go for double deep, but many of our pallets are the same, so this combination works well,' he added.”
“However, even summer weather here in our wild and desolate corner of England often consists of rain and gales, and keeping the tarpaulins secured to the pallets is a problem.”
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