Palletizers – Solids Rotterdam

Palletizers

Description

The SYMACH philosophy is that any palletizer model should perform the same and should be capable of producing the same level of stacking quality; whatever the speed of the model. Flexibility of the system is considered one of the basic requirements. The palletizing rates can vary from 12 to a maximum of 50 bags per minute, depending on the model of machine.

Custom build
Flexibility characterizes all models of SYMACH Palletizers. Although each model is built up from a standard chassis, SYMACH engineers have the knowledge and expertise in house, to take account of individual customization. According to the needs of our customers, the machines can be adapted to palletize varying products for example: petfood, minerals, onions, carrots, potatoes, grass seeds and bakery products.

Accurate stacking
An important feature of the SYMACH palletizer is the unique design of the head. The smooth flat bottom fully supports each bag that slides into the head, while the centralizing plates center the product exactly, before stopping at the end plate of the head. This determines the exact position of the bag inside the head, allowing the bag to be placed accurately in the final position on the pallet, as programmed in the stacking pattern.

Unlike most other palletizing systems, such as the traditional gantry systems or bag grippers, the SYMACH palletizer will stack any bag, regardless of type, individually with overlap, to ensure a neat stable pallet. Inaccurate stacking or even damage to the packaging is a problem of the past with the head of the SYMACH palletizer.

Hybrid head
The optional hybrid head is a multifunctional design for bags, cartons and crates: the centralizing unit places any type of carton or crate precisely on a pallet without the drop that is used when stacking bags.

The unique design of the head of the SYMACH palletiser, in combination with the user-friendly machine software enables customers to program to a variety of stacking patterns.

Share

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin