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Inline loading of pallet base sheets

15 December 2010

PAL-Cut A/S has announced it's developed a new version of its PAL-Cut sheet dispenser – this time providing automated loading of base sheets directly onto pallets

This represents an addition to its existing product portfolio of fully automated sheet dispensers for cutting and loading intermediate layer sheets.

“Many of our customers have experienced bottlenecks during the palletising process and have asked for a simple automatic machine for placing base sheets directly onto pallets. We always take such challenges and ideas for solutions seriously.

“They are addressed by our internal product forum. It turned out that we were able to proceed with the project, and our development department was put on the case,” says Preben Thomsen, Sales Manager at PAL-Cut A/S.

PAL-Cut’s base sheet dispenser automatically loads base sheets onto the pallets as they move past the dispenser on their way to the palletiser. The system increases palletising capacity because the base sheet is already on the pallet when the products are to be stacked. The system is capable of handling all types of pallets and takes up minimal space. Depending on pallet type, the machine can load up to eight sheets per minute. The base sheet used is the well known Antim65 anti-slip paper.

Preben Thomsen stresses that “It was important to integrate the fundamental, tried and tested principles that characterise the other PAL-Cut machines into the new base dispenser." He also emphasises that the new base dispenser is easy to integrate with both new and existing palletising systems.

Machines have already been installed at Dansand, Akzo Nobel Salt, Danisco and at Henkel in the UK.


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