These systems are designed for manufacturing sites with high production volumes where a dedicated palletiser for each line is the optimal solution. Often the product requires careful and supported handling, being fragile and/or heavy.
Typical applications are beverage and food producers, where transit cases must be aligned accurately to maximise stacking strength. Modern shelf ready packaging must be handled delicately to maintain its integrity. Scott designs machines with a capacity ranging from 20 to 150 packs/minute and more.
1. The Multi-axis robot. 4 or 6-axis coupled with a gripping tool (suction, clamping or fork). The arrival of the products can be either low or high level depending on the location.
2. The layer palletiser with high level infeed, without the need to grip the product, enables more controlled palletising to ensure precise alignment of the boxes from one layer to the next.
The latest generation of robotic servo driven layer palletisers such as our 4.0 model, are quiet, energy efficient, require little maintenance, have very high reliability and offer fast recovery times.
3D layout of an end-of-line palletising project with Pal 4.0
End-of-line palletising project with Pal 4.0
End-of-line palletising project with a robot
End-of-line palletising with the Compact robot palletiser
Pal 4.0 palletiser
End-of-line palletising project with Pal 4.0 and double infeed