Up to 15 boxes/minute
A palletiser that moves layers from the pattern forming table to the pallet on a sheet with centrers.
It is designed for boxes whose shape or consistency means they can't be safely moved using pressure clamps. This palletiser accommodates patterns with internal gaps, palletising boxes with lids and attached layers.
- Output: 2.5 layers/minute or 15 boxes/minute
- Installed power: 4 KW
- Maximum load: 150 kg/layer
- Air consumption: 72 LN/minute
How it works
Boxes enter the pattern forming table through a chain conveyor with an included rotator. The layer of boxes is formed on this table. Once the layer is formed, it is transferred to the sheet by a pusher.
The sheet can move vertically and horizontally, and the layer is transported on it to the palletising position.
On arrival, the centrers close and the sheet metal is removed, lightly placing the layer.
- Constructed with electrowelded steel tubing, sheet metal and platens
- Finished with epoxy, two-part polyurethane or zinc paint
- Vertical movement through 4 auto-tensioning chains guided by vulcanised wheels
- Horizontal movement by two drag chains guided by vulcanised wheels
- Pneumatic centrers guided by linear bearings
- Chain conveyor at the entry, with incorporated rotator
- Motorised transfer pusher to sheet metal with precision prismatic guides
- Control via a touch screen terminal
- Built-in anti-fall safety system
- Kits to be added according to the requirements of the project:
- Box stacker before the palletiser to increase palletising capacity to up to 20 boxes/minute (Not available for all box types)
- Centring frame for the perfect fit between the layer to be placed and the last one that was placed
- Stops required for row formation depending on the palletising pattern
- On request, it is possible to work with pallets placed sideways
- Possibility of including automatic pallet handling upon request
⇒ Palletising capacity of a wide variety of boxes and formats (including chimney stacking)
⇒ Maximum palletising safety (makes falls impossible)
⇒ Large number of possible patterns
⇒ Minimal maintenance
⇒ Tracking possibilities (outer labels)
⇒ Quickly pays for itself