Published on the Packaging World Web site
| July 31, 2002
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.
Developed for use in the consumer goods industry the Alvey Pallet Load Stacker can be installed downstream of a palletizer. A rugged design and tubular steel frame construction enables individual pallet loads to pass through or be lifted and held to be stacked on other pallet loads in the automated unit load handling system. Machine has a 1-min stacking cycle; 3 lb maximum load lift; a 4-corner chain lift design that eliminates the need for hydraulics; and a floor-accessible drive.
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