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Palletizing

palletizing robot stacking bags on pallets

Palletizing and palletizing conveyor systems place, stack, wrap and store products like filled bags, boxes, and containers on shipping pallets for storage or sale. Palletizing machines can be manual, semi-automatic, and automatic and usually are placed at the end of a packaging line. A palletizing robot, such as the Fanuc robot, have revolutionized the packaging industry and have proven to be one of the best returns on investment for upgrading an existing packaging or bagging operation.

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Palletizing robots and machines are space saving machines that can be lined up in any direction to accept bags, boxes, or pails from a conveyor system. They minimize the risk of repetitive injuries that happen from stacking filled bags all day on shipping pallets, while reducing staffing requirements at the same time. If your budget does not allow for a palletizing robot, we recommend the EZ Loader bag palletizing machine (scissor lift pallet jack) for manually stacking products at the end of a packaging line.

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operator placing bags on valve bag filling machines

This valve bag filling system is used to fill 50 Lb. paper valve bags with different types of high-quality silica sand.  After filling, bags are conveyed to a robotic palletizer that automatically stacks the bags on pallet.

This type of silica sand is a high-quality round and sub-round silica sand with mesh sizes ranging between 8×16 and 100.  It has many uses including:

  • turf sand used for infill to protect artificial turf and increase its life expectancy
  • roofing sand for specialty roofing tiles, flooring titles, and colored grout
  • building and industrial sands as an ideal base for construction, concrete, bricks, foundry, and flooring
  • water filtration sand used in wells, filters, and other water fixtures
  • glass sand for large quantity glass production
  • oil and gas hydraulic fracturing sand

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packaging and robotic palletizer system for livestock minerals and supplements

This packaging and robotic palletizer system fills craft paper bags with 25, 40, or 50 Lbs. of livestock minerals and supplements.  It includes a hopper, net weigh bag filling machine, high-speed sewing system, and robotic palletizer with 2 bag stack zones.  It replaced an existing bag filling and packaging line at the feed service company that has been in business since 1946.

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used robot bag stackerAutomating the stacking, or palletizing, of bags at the end of a packaging line with a used robot bag stacker can provide a fast return on investment.  Palletizing robots can be oriented in any direction to accept bag inflow from a new or existing bagging system.  They minimize the risk of repetitive injuries caused by stacking heavy bags on shipping pallets, while simultaneously reducing labor and staffing requirements.

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The video below shows a bag palletizing robot stacking 50 lb. paper valve bags onto a pallet located on the floor per the programmed bag placement design.  This robot was added to an existing bag filling system to reduce labor costs and increase automation.

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Bagging System with Palletizer - Livestock Minerals & Supplements

Robot Stacks Bags on Shipping Pallet

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40kg bagging system for livestock feed

Bagging system, bag sewing system, and bag handling conveyors

This 40kg bagging system fills open mouth plastic bags with different types of livestock feed for poultry, pigs, dairy cows, sheep, and horses.  This semi-automated system also includes a high-speed bagger, bag handling conveyors, and a palletizing robot with automatic pallet dispenser and pallet stretch wrapper.

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fanuc robot picking up 100 lb. bag of minerals using a bag gripper tool

Fanuc robot picking up 100 lb. bag of minerals using a bag gripper tool

A contract packaging company recently added an end-of-line palletizing system to their existing valve bag filling machines.  The new system includes bag handling and robotic pick conveyors, a used Fanuc robotic arm that has been reconditioned with a bag gripper tool, and an automated pallet and slip sheet dispenser.

With the added palletizing automation, the system is now able to fill and stack 100 lb. paper valve bags at a rate of 10-12 bags/minute.  The company can also quickly swap out settings to fill and stack 50 lb. valve bags at a rate of 15-16 bags/minute.

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palletizing system for manually stacking bags on pallets

Incline conveyor takes 50# bags of shelled corn up to a gravity roller accumulation table

One or more operators can use a manual palletizing systems to stack open mouth and valve bags containing a variety of agricultural products such deer corn, cottonseed hulls, oats, alfalfa pellets / cubes, soybean meal, barley, dried molasses, and mixing / stock salts. They can also stack bags filled with industrial products such as chemical powders, cement, mortar, and pigments.

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auto bagging and palletizing system

Auto Bagging and Palletizing System (click for larger image)

This auto bagging and palletizing system is designed to fill 50 lb. open mouth poly bags at a rate of 10 bags per minute. Free-flowing and dry bulk material flows from the 80 cu. ft. hopper into a net weigh gravity flow bagger that includes a vibrating feeder with gravity gate.  The feeder doses a set amount of  product into the internal weigh hopper.

high speed net weight bagging scale and system for 50 lb bags

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The high-speed robotic bag palletizer shown in the video below stacks 50 x 50 lb. bags of sugar on shipping pallets.

High-Speed Robotic Palletizer Stacks 50 lb. Bags Filled with Sugar

50 lb. open mouth paper bags are filled in a packaging area.  From there, they are transported through a protected opening in a wall, to a decline bag transfer conveyor, and then to a powered 90 degree turning conveyor under a bag flattener that removes some of the air from each bag.

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