There are several different types of pallets that can be used for storing and moving goods in and out of warehouses. In this article we will discuss palletizing systems and how they work. These different types of pallets are the following:
Case Palletizing Systems: The case palletizing system is commonly used in the food industry. These palletizing systems use heavy materials that are stacked one on top of the other. These palletizing systems typically are used to manage a single category of product. Some examples of pallets used in the food industry are plastic food containers, stainless steel containers, cardboard boxes and aluminum cases. They can also be engineered to handle different classes of material handling. To meet their specifications companies that use this type of palletizing equipment must meet certain government requirements.
Rigid Palletizing Systems: The rigid palletizing machine is not as common as the previous palletizing machines we discussed. This type of machine has a large base that is supported by four legs. This machine then uses two large drum rolls to create a standard cube that is about 100mm in diameter. To make up the cube, they place two stacking up layers of material that are each approximately the same size.
Robotic Palletizing Systems: Robotics are revolutionizing the way that material handling is done. One type of robotic palletizer is the robotic palletizer. These palletizing systems work by creating individual stacked pallets from individual robots.
There are several types of robotic palletizing systems available. One such system is the automated pallet loader, which is a type of robot that builds up pallets from raw materials in a factory setting. Another type of automated palletizer is the automated material handling machine or AMMS. These machines can be used in various industries such as chemical, electrical, cooling, power and food processing.
There are a variety of places where you might be able to find a piece of machinery that uses these conveyorized palletizing systems. They are most often seen in large warehouses where there is a need for the material handling equipment to be efficient and effective. Smaller warehouses can also benefit from these types of conveyorized palletizing systems as well. Many companies, both large and small, use robotic palletizing systems because they save time and money and they are much more productive than manual counterparts. Whether you are looking for a new material handling equipment or just want to upgrade your current equipment, you may want to consider these robotic palletizing systems.