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Schneider Packaging Equip. Co.: Palletizers
Schneider Packaging Equipment’s latest line of standard palletizers are built to simplify the palletizing of cases, trays, display packs, bundles, bags and bulk product.
These palletizers offer affordability while maintaining flexibility, rapid changeover, simple low cost operation and overall small form factors.
Ideal for single or multiple lines and/or multiple SKUs, the efficient designs utilize cost effective features and are offered in a variety of configurations tailored to the application, plant conditions, and operating environment. Available with manual, semi-automatic and fully automatic pallet exchange options including our unique floor level pallet transfer for tall unit load applications in low ceiling environments. Pallet dispensers are available for fork or fully automatic loading for continuous non-stop operation.
Options for slip and tier sheet include manually or fork loaded magazines or dispensers for pre-cut sheets. Schneider’s optional built-in system for cutting sheets from roll stock to length as needed on-the-fly provides saving up to 20 percent over using pre-cut sheets. End-of-arm-tooling designs can accommodate any type of product or even a combination of products, for example, 50 pound bulk bags and cases can be palletized with the same tool.
Available in multiple layouts and configurations including; a single station 1-in-1-out, dual station 1-in-2-out, and up to 4-in-4-out multi-line configurations, each system can be fully automated with stretch wrapping, labeling, product and pallet transport conveyor, pallet dispensing, and slip sheet dispensing for a complete fully automatic turnkey integrated solution.
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