OMG What am I going to do !!<br />
Don’t get Frustrated Let ALL GREEN ELECTRONIC RECYCLING HELP YOU!<br />Tools of the Trade<br />Goggles<br />Gloves<br />St...
A Solution to palletize for all size TV’S <br />BIG TV’S<br />Small TV’S<br />TO<br />
BIG<br />
MEDIUM<br />
SMALL<br />I commonly refer the small TV’s as the Cherry’s as they are the last to go on the pallet<br />“cherry on top”<b...
Always remember screen out faces out when stacking TV’s<br /><ul><li>Console units like this get placed on the pallet on U...
The wheels or feet cause the TV to shift on the pallet and fall through the wooden slits.
Stacking UPSIDE Down provides a flat surface and a stable beginning to your pallet</li></li></ul><li>Put Large TV’s on the...
Now Shrink Wrap the TV’s together and begin building your next level<br />FIRST LEVEL<br />
When Lifting TV’s or Monitors always ask for help for Large Units to avoid injury! <br />Safety First<br />WRONG WAY OF LI...
ASK FOR HELP if you need it!<br />SCREEN OUT<br />
Shrink Wrap lightly so your second level so it does not fall.<br />
REPEAT the same stacking procedure that you followed for the SECOND level and Shrink wrap it<br />
Top of Pallet<br />FOURTH LEVEL is for the small TV’s, easy to handle and lift. <br />“THE CHERRIES ON” TOP<br />Shrink wr...
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How to Palletize Televisions

  1. 1. OMG What am I going to do !!<br />
  2. 2. Don’t get Frustrated Let ALL GREEN ELECTRONIC RECYCLING HELP YOU!<br />Tools of the Trade<br />Goggles<br />Gloves<br />Steel Toe Boots <br />Pallet<br />Shrink wrap <br />
  3. 3. A Solution to palletize for all size TV’S <br />BIG TV’S<br />Small TV’S<br />TO<br />
  4. 4. BIG<br />
  5. 5. MEDIUM<br />
  6. 6. SMALL<br />I commonly refer the small TV’s as the Cherry’s as they are the last to go on the pallet<br />“cherry on top”<br />
  7. 7. Always remember screen out faces out when stacking TV’s<br /><ul><li>Console units like this get placed on the pallet on UPSIDE DOWN because the top is usually flat and the bottom usually has wheels or wooden feet.
  8. 8. The wheels or feet cause the TV to shift on the pallet and fall through the wooden slits.
  9. 9. Stacking UPSIDE Down provides a flat surface and a stable beginning to your pallet</li></li></ul><li>Put Large TV’s on the Bottom of the pallet SCREEN OUT<br />
  10. 10. Now Shrink Wrap the TV’s together and begin building your next level<br />FIRST LEVEL<br />
  11. 11. When Lifting TV’s or Monitors always ask for help for Large Units to avoid injury! <br />Safety First<br />WRONG WAY OF LIFTING<br />RIGHT WAY OF LIFTING<br />LIFT with your LEGS NOT your BACK<br />OH MY aching back!<br />
  12. 12. ASK FOR HELP if you need it!<br />SCREEN OUT<br />
  13. 13. Shrink Wrap lightly so your second level so it does not fall.<br />
  14. 14. REPEAT the same stacking procedure that you followed for the SECOND level and Shrink wrap it<br />
  15. 15. Top of Pallet<br />FOURTH LEVEL is for the small TV’s, easy to handle and lift. <br />“THE CHERRIES ON” TOP<br />Shrink wrap top level and wrap whole pallet once more to<br /> “tie all the levels together”<br />
  16. 16. Don’t Stress<br />Let <br />All Green Electronic Recycling help you with all your Electronic Recycling needs<br />

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