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QComp Technologies, Inc: QComp Technologies, Inc. announces new automated pallet dispenser

Space saving, reliable & easy to maintain automation solution consistently aligns and dispenses up to 6 pallets per minute.

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The plug and play dispenser provides a space saving area for stacked pallets to be staged in front of downstream processes. It was designed to provide manufacturers with an easy to maintain, and reliable dispensing solution that can accommodate the "less than perfect" pallets.

"Manufacturers are consistently working to optimize valuable factory space and challenged with working with imperfect pallets," said Tom Doyle, president of QComp Technologies, Inc. "The QComp Pallet Dispenser uses no drag chains, tabs or fingers that can damage pallets and it can square, align and dispense pallets quickly and efficiently without using a maze of conveyors. It can also be  utilized in reverse to stack empty pallets."

The Qcomp Pallet Dispenser utilizes an integrated scissor lift and feed conveyor to dispense or stack pallets. It is capable of dispensing pallets at a rate of up  to 6 pallets per minute and is seamlessly integrated with QComp palletizers. The unit features a wide chain to protect pallets, a Rockwell Micrologix PLC and a Panelview Plus 600 HMI interface.
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