Palletizing & Depalletizing


The Complexity Of The Process

Simple row configurations can be easily prepared with gates and pushers. Unless you are planning on adding interlayer sheets to ensure the stability of the pallet load, You need more interlocked and complex patterns. Robot Palletizers allow you the ultimate flexibility in your pallets:
  • Palletize each secondary product by itself directly on the pallet
  • Prepare a row of 2 to 4 products and Palletize them
  • Prepare a whole row beforehand and Place it on the pallet
  • Switch SKUs automatically and handle multiple SKUs simultaneously.
  • Add pallet grippers to your end effector and replace the need for a standalone pallet dispenser
  • Add interlayer sheet suction cups to your end effector and replace the need for a standalone sheet applicator.

But this flexibility comes at the cost of speed.

Palletizing In Reverse

After we stacked our products on a pallet, someone is going to have to unload the products on the other end. If that someone is you, Technica has you covered.
The same criteria for Palletizers apply here. Conventional Depalletizers offer fine-tuned operation for a single SKU but Robots are kings of flexibility.

Interlocked Crate Stacks

The dairy sector is known for packing its products in interlocked plastic crates. Before the advent of industrial robots, conventional crate palletizers and depalletizers existed. But today, a robotic solution proves to be more efficient, faster and cheaper.


Low Investment

If your production is slow and you want a Palletizing solution that is a low investment with a possible future upgrade path, Technica offers Semi-automatic Palletizers fully custom to each customer’s factory.

Make sure to visit our Palletizers (Link to the palletizers section) and Depalletizers Portfolio (Link to the depalletizers section)

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