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Heat- treatment is the clean, safe way to comply with the ISPM-15 standards. HT is a process that heats the lumber to a core temperature of 56 degrees Celsius for a minimum of 30 minutes.
The chemical forms of treatment Methyl Bromide fumigations (MB) or Chemical Pressured Impregnated lumber (CPI) use toxic chemicals to treat the lumber. MB has been identified as contributing to the depletion of the ozone layer and is being being phased out in all applications except for fumigation of wood packing materials.
Century Pallets chooses heat-treatment over other methods as a completely safe & effective method of complying with the ISPM-15 standard.
Don't take chances on your international shipment being rejected due to non-compliant pallets. Let the experts at Century Pallets help guide you through the export hassles! We manufacture licensed heat-treated pallets to comply with the International Standards for Phytosanitary Measures, publication 15 (ISPM-15) set by the International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC).
If you export goods to any of the 133 countries implementing ISPM-15, all export pallets, crates, boxes and solid wood packing (SWP) dunnage needs to be either Heat Treated (HT) or chemically treated to reduce the risk of introduction and spread of quarantine pests associated with the movement in international trade of wood packaging material,
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All of our heat-treated products, carry IPPC's official heat-treated mark. This mark signifies that our heat treated wood packaging material is ISPM -15 compliant, ensuring all shipments will be accepted into any country abiding by these regulations.
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