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Stainless Steel Crate De-Stacker

L.A.C. Conveyor Systems & Automation’s new stainless-steel crate de-stacker for the food industry accommodates the most commonly used supermarket crates.

Responding to a growing requirement for stainless-steel crate de-stackers from the food industry, L.A.C. Conveyors developed a de-stacker that delivers rapid outputs modern food productions units require. Manufactured to a robust design which provides a cost-effective solution for food producers and a reduction in manual handling.

The crate de-stacker handles the two most commonly used crates in the supermarket sector:

  • Maxinest Bale Arm Crate 600×400 narrow edge leading in singles
  • Maxinest Bale Arm Crate 400×300 wide edge leading in pairs

Available in two versions:

  • Non-servo version supplies up to 15 full size crates per minute
  • Servo version supplies up to 25 full size crates per minute

The de-stacker can be used in stand-alone situations or integrated into a system and is an ideal addition to pick and place units. 

Up to four stacks of crates can be queued either onto a stainless-steel bed or modular belt conveyor.

Clamping systems retain the bottom tray as the remaining stack is lifted. The released tray is driven out by a chain and peg conveyor system and the cycle repeats until all trays have been processed. An anti-topple arm swings across the entrance to control the back of the stack during de-stacking.

L.A.C. supply all controls including HMI screens to the de-stacker as a stand-alone unit or a fully integrated turn-key solution. 

Tel: 01159753300

Email: sales@lacconveyors.co.uk

Web: https://www.lacconveyors.co.uk/

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