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Automatic & Semi-Automatic Depalletizing

Automatic & Semi-Automatic Depalletizing

Box Palletizing

Dyco's precise robotic head tooling ensures quick & accurate stacking for a variety of box types.

Dyco's precise robotic head tooling ensures quick & accurate stacking for a variety of box types.

Dyco's precise robotic head tooling ensures quick & accurate stacking for a variety of box types.

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Box Palletizing Systems

Nested Box Palletizer

Description:

Stack of boxes in a large array, may be on a slipsheet. The top box is often inverted to full capture all bottles. Unit is then horizontally banded.

Transport & Shipment:

Squeeze Truck only. Can be stacked many units high in a warehouse. Box bears the top load of the stack. Can be stacked to full trailer height for efficient utilization of space. Can be stored in a warehouse prior to shipment.

End-User Process:

Customer manually unpacks the bottles, fills them, then the box is typically re-used for shipping the finished product to the end-customer.

  • Tightly stack boxes within box flaps to reach the maximum box per stack capacity while maintaining stability
  • Can invert topmost box to create a closed, stackable unity for shipment
  • To decrease labor costs and risks and increase line throughput as compared to manual box stacking

 

Closed Top Box Palletizer

Description:

Stack of boxes on a pallet or directly on a slipsheet with a slipsheet on the top of the stack. Unit is then banded and/or stretch wrapped.

Transport & Storage:

Fork truck or squeeze truck accessible. Can be stacked many units high in a warehouse. Box bears the top load of stack. Can be stacked to full trailer height. Can be stored in a warehouse prior to shipment.

End-User Process:

Customer manually dumps bottles into a descrambler to filler. The box is either discarded or returned for re-use.

  • Tightly stack boxes within box flaps to reach the maximum box per stack capacity while maintaining stability
  • To decrease labor costs and risks and increase line throughput as compared to manual box stacking

 

Open Top Box Palletizer

Description:

Boxes are typically stacked to a half-truck height either on a 40″ x 48″ pallet to directly on a slipsheet with another slipsheet covering the top layer. A slipsheet can also be placed between each layer. The entire unit is then banded.

Transport & Storage:

Typically moved by Fork Truck or Squeeze Truck. Can be stacked many units high in a warehouse. Box bears the top load. Stacked two units high inside truck for efficient utilization of space.

End-User Process:

Customer manually unpacks the bottles, fills them, then places them back in to the box. Box is typically re-used for shipping finished product to the end customer.

  • Tightly stack boxes within box flaps to reach the maximum box per stack capacity while maintaining stability
  • To decrease labor costs and risks and increase line throughput as compared to manual box stacking