LITLoad™ Separators

LITLoad® Separators



Litco’s LITLoad® Separators are a cost-effective and splinter-free alternative to expensive OSB and plywood dividers. They prevent end-to-end toppling by blocking high units from falling onto smaller units. Our LITLoad separators are the perfect tool to use when optimizing your pallet loading pattern. Our separators provide a plywood substitute that replaces heavy, hard-to-handle, expensive plywood. They are also great for separating and stacking products to maximize warehouse storage.

Benefits of LITLoad® Cargo Separators

  • Less expensive than plywood or OSB
  • Durable corrugated material reinforced with interior honeycomb and wood frame
  • Custom made to your specifications
  • No cutting or sawing needed; eliminates cutting sparks near flammable or hazardous cargo
  • Not subject to seasonal price swings
  • Economical and recyclable
  • Made in the USA
  • Lightweight, easy to handle, and splinter free
  • Prevents forward and backward cargo movement in rail cars, truck trailers, and shipping containers
  • Approved by AAR (Association of American Railroads)
  • Blocks step-down units from toppling
  • Great for stacking products in warehouse; saves space

Our LITLoad® Separators were put through rigorous testing to protect 55-gallon drums from damage during shipping. They were tested with transporting products from location to location and tested with double and triple stacking products in warehouses. If you’re looking for more product protection options, Litco Manufacturing offers corner protectors, anti-slip rubber mats, and dunnage bags.

Approved for use as a shipping load separator and layer separator by Dow Chemical

Approved for use by the Association of American Railroads (A.A.R.)

After you are finished using our LITLoad® Separators, they can be fully and easily recycled!

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