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On site packing of equipment to required specifications and return to manufacturer or other nominated party or for storage or disposal in accordance with WEEE regulations.

All consignments are packed to specific guidelines. Please see the following examples:

  • Monitors-
    These should be packed onto pallets with the screen down and the cable wrapped around the base.  Each screen should be protected with bubble wrap.  A layer of cardboard should be placed directly onto the pallet and in between each layer of monitors.  These should be packed to a maximum of three layers high.  The equipment should then be shrink wrapped and secured to the pallet.
    Pallet Quantities –    14" & 15" screen = 27 per pallet (max)  //  17" & 21" screen = 18 per pallet (max)
  • Base Units-
    These should be packed onto pallets and layered horizontally. A layer of cardboard should be placed directly onto the pallet and in between each layer. The equipment should then be shrink wrapped and secured to the pallet.
    Pallet Quantity – 50 per pallet (maximum)
  • Laptops-
    These should be packed into secure boxes with one item per section. The laptop should be placed base down so there is no weight on the screen
    Box Quantity -variable depending on size – no more than 1 per section
  • Desktop Printers-
    These should be packed onto pallets and layered horizontally. A layer of cardboard should be placed directly onto the pallet and in between each layer. The equipment should then be shrink wrapped and secured to the pallet.
    Pallet Quantities– variable depending on size
  • Large Printers/Plotters-
    These should be packed onto pallets shrink wrapped to secure the item to the pallet
    Pallet Quantities – 1 per pallet
  • Large Server Units-
    These should be packed onto pallets and shrink wrapped to secure the item to the pallet
    Pallet Quantities– 1 per pallet
  • Miscellaneous Equipment eg Mice, Keyboards, Manuals etc-
    Where possible, these should be boxed and placed onto a pallet. If the items cannot be boxed they should be packed on the top of a pallet so no equipment is placed on top of them. The equipment should then be shrink wrapped and secured to the pallet.

Correctly Packed Monitors(example of correctly packed monitors)

Flat Panel Displays:

The following suggested packing instructions are for 15" flat panel monitors. These instructions can be used for larger monitors, with the only variable being the number of monitors/layer:

  • Place bottom cardboard "cap"on top of the surface of a standard 40" x 48" pallet.
  • Place 36" x 48" foam pad in the bottom of the cap.
  • Place a 54" x 48" piece of bubble wrap on top of the foam.
  • Place six 15" flat panel monitors on top of the bubble wrap. Any cords and cables should be neatly wrapped around the base of the pedestal.Flat Panel monitors on top of the bubble wrap
  • Place a small piece of bubble wrap (approximately 12" x 16") in between each monitor so that its sides are protected. The bubble wrap should fit under one monitor and on top of the other.monitor Placement
  • Place a strip of foam (approximately 8" x 48") so that it fits between each row of monitors.Bubble Wrap and Foam
  • Place a piece of foam (approximately 28" x 48") over the first layer of monitors and in between the pedestals.
  • Place another layer of 54" x 48" bubble wrap on top of the foam. Cut the bubble wrap in half as shown.How To cut
  • Place another six monitors on top of the bubble wrap. In the space between the two rows of monitors, pull the bubble wrap over the monitors to protect the sides. Also make sure that the bubble wrap is placed so that the monitors’ pedestals are not touching. Place a small piece of bubble wrap (approximately 12" x 16") in between each monitor so that its sides are protected. The bubble wrap should fit under one monitor and on top of the other.wrpa between Eac monitor
  • Place a piece of foam (approximately 24" x 48") over the second layer of monitors and in between the pedestals.Piece of Foam
  • Cut a piece of bubble wrap approximately 24" x 48" and place on the foam.
  • Place the final three monitors on top of the bubble wrap. Make sure bubble wrap is placed such that pedestals are not touching. Place a small piece of bubble wrap (approximately 12" x 16") in between each monitor so that its sides are protected. The bubble wrap should fit under one monitor and on top of the other. Place a piece of foam (approximately 8" x 48") in between the monitors and pedestals of the previous layer.8inch foam
  • Place a top cap over the top layer of monitors and stretch wrap the pallet. The stretch wrap should completely cover the load and part of the actual pallet; this will ensure that the load is secured to the pallet. DO NOT STACK pallets!

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