Compact Modular Palletiser, CMP
Company Name: Fibre King
Gantry Style Compact Palletiser
Contact: Christina Windsor at Fibre King
Contact Number: 0408781300
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|Model:||Compact Modular Palletiser, CMP|
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Compact Modular Palletiser, CMP Features:
The Fibre King CMP is an automatic palletiser developed for low to mid speed palletising applications and features a pick and place vacuum gripper which is entrusted to a cantilevered, gantry-style mechanical structure.
The machine is capable of handling up to 15 cases per minute and was designed to be able to handle; cases, drums, shrinkwrapped packs and crates. Easy delivery and installation, maintenance, operation and capacity upgrades make this the ideal, compact machine for your facility.
Fully Automatic Operation
Up to 15 cases per minute
Reliability and Spare Parts Availability
Only high-end proprietary items are used, ensuring reliable performance and immediate availability of spare parts.
2m x 3m footprint
Left or Right Handling
Usually less than 80dB.
The machine is P.L.C. controlled with full interlocking, and automatic control of operating sequences. In manual mode, the controls allow the operator to override all
Can be configured for custom infeed/outfeed orientations. The machine is future proofed for relocation.
Designed to be shipped in one piece – within standard shipping restrictions.
Comments: This gantry style palletiser is servo controlled for accurate placement of your packs / boxes on the pallet and is very compact. It comes with under-over conveyor for automated pallet change OR if cost and space is the concern, pallet exchange can be manual.
Along with quick payback, you will get added benefits of OHS and employees' involvement. This automation eliminates manual handling and can save you a lot of money in the long run.
Contact us to find more details...
0408 781 300
Company Location: Brisbane, Qld
Price: Contact us for price, various options available...
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Brief information about Fibre King
As an Australian fourth-generation family business founded in 1926, Fibre King has spent decades designing, manufacturing and maintaining the highest quality end of line packaging equipment for production facilities of all sizes across Australia, New Zealand, Asia, US, Canada, Middle East and Europe. Since offering Australia’s first locally designed and manufactured case packer in 1950 to developing a complete range of end line packaging machinery that includes robotics and Industry 4.0 we have never looked back and are continually looking to meet the changing needs of production facilities.http://www.fibreking.com.au
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