Wooden crates are designed in such a way that they support their own structure with or without sheathing. They are one of the most useful stuff to hold the household items like candle jars, beautiful dolls, and other stuff like this.
In this present time, experiments and new innovations for the home interior experiment a lot, and people are likely interested in getting their home renovated to achieve quite a different, unique and ethnic look.
Designer wooden crates are one of the finest choices as they efficiently help to hoard and hold the home stuff. Additionally, they are unique when it comes to appearance.
Vintage wooden crates are highly in demand and the reason behind their success is the endearing looks that attract people of almost all age groups. But, buying the one for the home is not as easy as they are rarely available due to their unique design.
Types of Wooden Crates
According to DIN 59499 T1 standards they are of two types, that are defined for their stuff holding capacity. They are:
1.) Crates up to 500 kg
2.) Crates over 500 kg
Other parameters are also used to define their category which includes Lumber Used in Packaging, Wood Pallet Packing, etc. Different styles of packing with wooden crates are known as an open style crate, a sheathed (closed) plywood crate, and a sheathed (closed) lumber crate.
Difference between Wooden Boxes and Wooden Crates
Wooden crates and wooden boxes entailed for the same product, but technically they are slightly different. Construction results in a container, but either a crate or box.
Both are used to hold the unique baggage and designing often follows a principle to get the specific structure. If the sheathing of the container, which is either lumber or plywood, can be removed and the frame structure remains to stand; the structure would likely be termed as a wooden crate. And, if the structure does not remain to stand, then it called a wooden box.