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Automatic palletizers can be low level palletizers, which load packaged units from a floor level, or they can be high level palletizers, which move packaged units from another story above. Read More…

Palletizing Machines Palletizing machines have many advantages over manual pallet loading, including precision, load stability and worker ergonomics. In addition, palletizer machines can work faster and have better consistency than a human operator, who may suffer injuries as a result of continuous lifting.
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Grand Rapids, MI  |  616-942-6504

Moller North America is committed to customer satisfaction. Our line of products ranges from bagging, conveying, palletizing, to stretch-hooding, stretchwrapping and shrinkwrapping a variety of products. Contact us today to for all of your packing, palletizing, and protection needs.

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Mollers North America Inc $$$

Holland, MI  |  616-399-2168

At JR Automation, our palletizing solutions will increase efficiency and reliability throughout your e-commerce and manufacturing processes. Our palletizers can work simultaneously with consistency and flexibility, and help our customers achieve excellent results. JR Automation is continuously growing and innovating to meet the demands of customers across various industries.

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JR Automation $$$

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 $$$

Erie, PA  |  800-345-4946

Our powerful magnetic palletizer and depalletizer can lift and position layers of steel cans at one time from a multi-layer stack, and can do it quickly without tumbling, jamming or can damage. Our palletizer/depalletizer magnets can be built in various sizes to fit the can stack configurations of your workplace. Choose Eriez for solutions to your palletizing needs.

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Eriez $$$

Covington, KY  |  866-776-6224

Headquartered near Cincinnati, Ohio, with facilities worldwide, ProMach is a family of product brands that operate across the entire production line in distinct business lines: filling, bottling and capping, decorative labeling, flexibles and trays, pharma, handling and sterilizing, labeling and coding, robotics end of line, and systems and integration. From processing solution design to the end of the packaging line, ProMach is an extensive provider of solutions to maximize production line performance.

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ProMach Inc. $$$

Acworth, GA  |  770-928-1099

As a family business, we have been serving our customers for 45 years. Even in the beginning we were inventing systems that have proven to be significant for the entire branch. Through continuous innovations in systems and software, comprehensive customer service and a powerful team of employees we achieved a leading position as a partner for industrial packaging lines and logistics systems.

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MSK Covertech $$$
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Palletizing machines may be designed to handle one type of product, such as bag palletizers, case pickers, drum palletizers and bottle palletizers, or they may handle several different types of packages.

Distribution centers and manufacturing facilities handling incoming shipments often use depalletizers to unload packaged units, and palletizing machine accessories such as pallet dispensers and load transfer stations are used to assist in managing both pallets and loads.,/p>

Palletizing machines can be fully automatic or semi-automatic and are typically powered through hydraulic, pneumatic or electro-mechanical means. Three of the most common types of palletizing machines include robotic palletizers, low level palletizers and high level palletizers.

Fully automatic, robotic palletizing machines 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 palletizing machines 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. Low level and high level palletizing machines are two types of conveyorized palletizing machines that have a feed area that receives the goods intended for palletization.

In low level palletizing machines, or floor-entry palletizing machines, products are loaded from the ground level, while high level palletizers are loaded from above or from the story above. 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.

Low and high level palletizing machines may be fully automatic, requiring no manual involvement, or they may be semi automatic, requiring loads to be manually connected and disconnected from the palletizer lifting arm.

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