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End of line: Palletizing & Stretch Wrapping

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Infra Technical: Stretch wrapper

The Model LW LP low-profile semi-automatic stretch wrapper from Infra Technical (Dallas, TX) is equipped with a foot control switch, manual lift carriage, manual tension control, and easy film roll loading.
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Columbia Machine: Conveyor infeed system

Columbia Machine (Vancouver, WA) introduces a heavy-duty conveyor infeed system designed to palletize bulky shrink-wrapped phone books. The floor-level configuration replaces manual stacking lines in publishing plants where heavy books can cause muscle strain and repetitive motion injuries.
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Pallet stacker

Alvey Systems (St. Louis, MO) introduces its new pallet load stacker. Machine allows for the automatic inline stacking of full- or partial-pallet loads, eliminating the need for manual pallet stacking and creating more opportunities for space saving in trucking, cargo shipping, and warehousing.
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Brenton, a division of Pro Mach: Brenton, a division of Pro Mach: Robotic palletizing system

Brenton Engineering (Alexandria, MN) released its robotic palletizing system that is combined with sister company Orion Packaging Systems’ (Collierville, TN) stretch wrapper.
This labeler's sliding head makes it possible to apply labels on a bottle's top or side panel.
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Clever layout enhances bottling efficiency (sidebar)

HDPE bottles, too
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OK International: Robotic stretch wrapper

The O/K Intl. (Marlborough, MA) Robot 250 is a semi-automatic robotic stretch wrapper. Battery-powered unit serves as a flexible machine for a range of applications.
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Robotic palletizer at North Side

Editor’s Note: This article is a sidebar to the feature story North Side super-sizes packaging value that ran in the July issue of Packaging World, p.
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Clever layout enhances bottling efficiency

At the San Manuel Bottled Water Group’s new plant, one automated line requires just five operators for 350 bpm output. See in-plant video
San Manuel Bottled Water Group: Stretch wrapping bottled water
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San Manuel Bottled Water Group: Stretch wrapping bottled water

Stretch wrapping brings the PET line to a close.
San Manuel Bottled Water Group: Palletizing bottled water
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San Manuel Bottled Water Group: Palletizing bottled water

A low-level palletizer loads tray packs onto a sweep platform that delivers full layers onto the pallet.
San Manuel Bottled Water Group: Depalletizing bulk bottles
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San Manuel Bottled Water Group: Depalletizing bulk bottles

Bulk bottles for water are automatically depalletized by a Priority One Packaging Machinery (www.prioritypackaging.com) Pro-Pal bulk bottle depalletizer at the front end of the PET line.
In this example, the Thruput Calculator estimates a 19% gain in output after adding two buffer stations.
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Online calculator conveys throughput gains

Web site uses mathematical algorithms to determine the most efficient place to install buffering conveyors.
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FANUC Robotics: FANUC Robotics: Special equipment for a special concept (sidebar)

The Line Two difference
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Columbia Machine: Flow divider

Columbia Machine’s (Vancouver, WA) flow divider can be mounted onto any of Columbia’s floor-level palletizers to divide case rows or act as a centering device.
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Marden Edwards, Inc: Marden Edwards, Inc: Collating stretchwrapper/bander

Marden Edwards (Antioch, CA) has released its ME PSB300 collator/stretchbander that is designed to create distribution multipacks without the need for heat tunnels and their associated costs.

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