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Re: Pallet Puller

Postby Terry » Wed Apr 08, 2009 1:34 pm

Hi BigNiel
Did you get my p.m. reply ?, it came up as sent them immediately with 'Internal Server Error' and now my machine is VERY slow. I have emailed Luke with the error message, but have no idea if my reply to you went, if its my machine, if its the internet (we been having connection failiures quite a lot lately).
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Re: Pallet Puller

Postby BigNeil » Wed Apr 08, 2009 2:44 pm

yes Terry got your reply no probs.

the site has been going to internal error alot today

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Re: Pallet Puller

Postby BJH » Wed Apr 08, 2009 3:31 pm

Terry wrote:Hi BJH
Sorry I am not clear on exactly what you want, got the 15 metres long, 5 ton is as near as dammit 5000kgs, with hooks ? but 3 D rings ? all loose or fixed in what positions ?.
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sorry didnt realise i wrote 5t!!! I meant 10T with 3 loose d rings and hook each end like your picure, i hope this makes sense
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Re: Pallet Puller

Postby Terry » Wed Apr 08, 2009 4:21 pm

Hi BJH
The hooks shown on the straps in the picture won't cope with 10 ton.
I'll have to get back to you (again) sorry, may be later today, probably the morning now.
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Re: Pallet Puller

Postby tdb9 » Wed Apr 08, 2009 5:15 pm

This idea works but when the centre block from the pallet comes flying at you like a missile just remember to duck. :shock:
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Re: Pallet Puller

Postby BJH » Wed Apr 08, 2009 5:29 pm

Terry wrote:Hi BJH
The hooks shown on the straps in the picture won't cope with 10 ton.
I'll have to get back to you (again) sorry, may be later today, probably the morning now.
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sorry for being awkward, trust me!!!! theres no rush your alrite.
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Re: Pallet Puller

Postby Terry » Wed Apr 08, 2009 6:24 pm

Hi tdb9
Obviously a little common sense is needed, I did say if its a heavy pallet go right round, alternatively if it was a bit 'iffy' go round all 3 front supports & use the 'floating' D ring. If I was in any doubt about it I would thread the hook through behind the (say) right hand front support then out round the centre side support, up a little at each rear corner down through between the left side centre and front support out between the front left and front centre support then into the loose D ring.This way it should be safe enough 5 supports to break before a problem, pulling from the rear should (ever so slightly) raise the front to reduce the chance of snagging, which you could also do by raising the pulling fixing site height. Where theres a will theres a way. I am not pretending these are the be all to end all, just they make a problem job a bit easier and hopefully safer too.
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Re: Pallet Puller

Postby Terry » Wed Apr 08, 2009 7:35 pm

Hi IRMA999
Obviously you didn't get my p.m. lunchtime . I have just tried again & I get 'Internal server error'.
so everybody look away 07778 205641, I got this error message earlier when I sent a p.m. tp Bigniel but his went through.
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Re: Pallet Puller

Postby John West » Mon Feb 17, 2014 3:06 pm

Hi Terry, are you still selling the pallet puller? I'd certainly be interested if you are.
I just joined this forum specifically to look into your pullers so I don't know how to contact you directly.
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Re: Pallet Puller

Postby BART » Sat Feb 22, 2014 8:16 pm

sorry to piss on your parade but the health and safety requirement for a pallet puller will not allow a strap of any sort as the strap is under tension when pulling the pallet. As said by some one else if the block on the pallet lets go you have a catapult.
an xtract-a-bar is the proper tool all ce approved ect. mine cost £375.00 back in 2006. But the block if it fails is never under tension.
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Re: Pallet Puller

Postby lisacheng » Fri May 05, 2017 7:58 am

BigNeil wrote:terry why are yuo running down to the post office ??


weigh the item in your bathroom scales or kitchen scales, then goto royalmail.com website adn goto personal customers part and ask them to price it, you will get a cost for 1st calss mail or standard delivery.

Std delivery ............................................1st class
2kg = £4.41.............................................2kg = £6.55
4kg = £7.06.............................................4kg = £8.22
6kg = £9.58.....................................each additional 2kg or part thereof £2.80
8kg = £11.74
10kg = £12.61...........................and if you want recorded delivery its 75p on top of
20kg = £14.69 .............................................1st class rate


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Nice information about the kitchen scales.
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