Handling palletizer ECP 12
compactautomaticcase

handling palletizer
handling palletizer
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Characteristics

Type
handling, compact
Operational mode
automatic
Product applications
case, carton

Description

Case packer with palletizing Max. output 6 pallet cycles/min. Pallet changeover during ongoing operation The compact combination Case packer with palletizing module ECP 12 productively unites two packaging steps in one unit. Productive end-of-line packaging in a compact form The ECP 12 combines a case packer with a palletizing module for fully automatic end-of-line packaging. Cartons are packaged in cases ready for dispatch and the cases stacked on pallets. This way, solid and parenteral products are exceptionally protected throughout the entire packaging process. Systems for identification, marking, and inspection are integrated into every process step of the ECP 12. The option of a second pallet station enables a pallet changeover during ongoing operation, without having to stop the line. Format adjustment can be made quickly and easily. Robot technology is used for the entire ECP 12 handling process. All these factors contribute to low operating costs and high productivity. Highly flexible thanks to separate modules and infinite format adjustment The ECP 12 offers maximum flexibility in many respects. Its modular design allows application-oriented configuration according to customer needs. For example, a labeling unit and appropriate feeding systems can be added. Various positioning and line variations allow individual arrangement of the modules to suit the space available in the production facilities. Infinite format adjustment on the case packer allows the highly flexible processing of a wide range of carton and case sizes – small to large cartons and cases, everything is possible.

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ECP 12
ECP 12
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