What is the Bag High Level Palletizer ？
Automatic high-level palletizers for bags (also called Compact pelletizer) are conventional palletizers. The pallet is first raised to a certain height and then, according to a preset program, the palletizer places the bags on the pallet. With each additional layer, the pallet is automatically lowered until the required number is reached and the pallet is slowly lowered to the ground, where a conveyor or forklift truck is responsible for transporting it to the next workstation.
The high-level palletizer system is able to position the bags precisely, placing them in the exact position and ensuring maximum pallet stability. The whole set of equipment is easy to operate and maintain, and the maintenance costs are relatively low. It has a strong applicability and can help companies to reduce labor costs and improve production efficiency. At the same time, it effectively avoids collapse within the pallet and facilitates the transport and storage of products. If your bagging project is just starting. And you are looking for stable quality and good price machines, high level palletizing equipment is a good choice.
|Weighing Range||20-50 kg/bag|
|Palletizing Capacity||300-600 bags/h|
|Palletizing Layers||1-12 layers|
|Air Pressure||0.6-1.0 Mpa|
|Air Consumption||130 NL/min|
|Voltage||AC 380V 50Hz|
|Dimensions||2800*1900*3500 mm (L*W*H)|
|Pallet Size||1650*1450 mm (can be customized)|
- Multi-layer placement mode available.
- High precision, high quality palletizing.
- Modular design can be combined with other automation equipment to form bagging lines.
- Easy to maintain and operate.
- Competitive price and low maintenance costs.
- Free programming of palletizing patterns.
The components involved in common palletizing equipment use common standards and are from international brands, reducing your risk of use.
MT Weighing Controller（back）
MT Weighing Controller（front）
AIRTAC Pneumatic Components
Weighing Controller GM8802
MT Ripple Sensor
MT Load Cell
KELI Load Cell
Step 1： Raw Materials
Step 2： Drilling
Step 3： Cutting
Step 4： Folding
Step 5： Welding
Step 6： Programming
Step 7： Assembling and Debug
Step 8： Inspection
Step 9： Packing
Step 10： Container Loading