3 ways to optimize your palletizing

Robotic palletizing

  • Feed multiple lines with different SKUs outward facing for easy visual reference
  • Handle many product types on the same palletizer with modified EOAT (End of arm tooling)
  • Palletize mixed case sizes in interlocking layers
  • Good solution for lightweight product loads that may not sweep well on conventional equipment
  • Minimal floor space requirement
  • Reduced maintenance requirement

 

Conventional low level palletizing

  • Compact to medium floorspace requirement (depending on application)
  • Compatible speed range with robot palletizers
  • Pallet pallets pre-programmed for simple changeover
  • Run full range of packages with no change parts
  • Can form tight pallets
  • Can handle heavy loads
  • Maintenance at floor level
  • Similarity in operation to other machinery typically reduces staff training requirement

 

Semi-automatic palletizing

  • Typically the most economical upgrade from manual palletizing
  • Reduce risk of back strain injury and related insurance costs
  • Very compact footprint
  • Operation requires minimal training
  • Complete flexibility in pallet patterns
  • Change product feed with no change parts