Automatic Palletizers

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Because individual packaged products can be heavy, awkward and physically strenuous to handle manually, many manufacturing and distribution plants use automated palletizing systems because they can withstand repetitive motion and heavy loads far better than manual laborers. Read More…

Automatic Palletizers Automatic palletizers are automated machines or conveyor systems that arrange a maximum load of packaged product units onto a pallet for distribution. Pallet loads are frequently used for mass shipping and distribution as a convenient means of consolidating many smaller units into one larger, more easily handled unit.

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Grand Rapids, MI  |  616-942-6504

Our teams utilize the best CAD technology to draft out the designs of our palletizers. All of these solutions come with worry-free installation and maintenance assistance. The capabilities of our company are unmatched.

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Mollers North America Inc $$$

Indianapolis, IN  |  317-787-9421

It is our goal at American-Newlong to create innovated bag packing and palletizing solutions. Our systems are ideal for industries including seed, feed, salt, minerals, aggregate products, pet food, chemicals and more.

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American-Newlong, Inc. $$$

Dakota City, IA  |  515-332-4045

Chantland-MHS material handling equipment improves customers’ efficiency, productivity & competitive position worldwide. Put experience since 1943 to work for you; choose from a line of bag fillers, conveyors, palletizers & complete systems.

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Chantland MHS $$$

Visalia, CA  |  559-205-9958

Serpa Packaging Solutions has partnered with Fanuc Robotics to provide the most advanced palletizing solutions in the market. They are engineered for precision high-speed/high-payload operation, user-friendly setup and maximum reliability. Our robotic palletizers are based on a simple and reliable design that provides sophisticated motion control, consistent performance, and high productivity.

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Serpa Packaging Solutions $$$

Oakland, NJ  |  201-337-5000

Our goal at Kinesys Automation is to provide engineered solutions that meet the customer's expectations, whether the solution is simple or complex, rudimentary or precision-engineered, fragile or robust, large or small, trivial or mission-critical, long-lasting or ephemeral.

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Kinesys Automation, Inc. $$$
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Automated palletizing machines may be designed to handle a single type of product, such as bag palletizers, case palletizers, drum palletizers and bottle palletizers, or they may handle several different types of products. Additionally, automatic palletizing equipment accessories such as pallet dispensers and load transfer stations are used to assist in managing both pallets and loads.

Typical uses for automated palletizers include: shipping, packaging, distribution and other materials handling applications in a wide range of industries such as electronics, food processing, agricultural, warehousing, commercial and pharmaceutical.

Automatic palletizers can be powered by hydraulics, pneumatics or electro-mechanical equipment. There are two main types of automated palletizers: robotic palletizers and conveyorized automatic palletizers. Robotic palletizers are typically stationed between a conveyor line of incoming product units and a pallet dispenser.

A hydraulic robotic arm lifts cases, bottles, bags or drums using flat pincer arms or suction cup arms in organized rows onto a pallet, stacking units with near-perfect precision. Robotic palletizers may be altered to work with different types of product units and are excellent for handling fragile or heavy product units, although they may be slower, as they can only place one unit or row at a time.

Conveyorized palletizers have a feed area that receives the goods that are to be palletized. The packaged units are received by roller conveyors and are continuously transferred and sorted to the pallets by automated conveyor rollers, allowing greater packaging speed than robotic palletizers.

There are two types of conveyorized palletizers: low-level palletizers and high level palletizers. In low level palletizers, or floor-entry palletizers, products are loaded from the ground level, while high level palletizers are loaded from above or from the story above.

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