Palletizer Features

Conventional Palletizer

The Series 2000 and Series 2000 Automatic and Semi-Automatic bag palletizing machines are the bread and butter of the Packaging Systems International, Inc. product line. Our 4 models of bag palletizers are constructed to handle abrasive, corrosive, and explosive products. The different models handle a diverse range of bags, working with paper, plastic, or poly woven bags. Additionally, the Series 2000 palletizers easily work with multiple bag sizes and layer pattern flexibility with rates up to 40 bags per minute. All of our systems from the automatic to the conventional palletizer work with all pallet types and with “slip-sheet-only” stacking.

Our state-of-the-art design also encompasses a “4 sided” layer squaring that takes place during the layer loading stage. The layer pusher packs the layer against a back plate, then 2 additional plates compress from the sides to produce the “4 sided” squaring. This squaring provides a stable, good-looking pallet load for efficient warehousing. We also incorporate a unique design of layer compression to flatten each one and produce a stable pallet load for warehousing and shipment. No palletizing equipment manufacturer can do what we do.

About Our Automatic Palletizer Machine

The Series 2000 Palletizers work with our Model 1750 Slipsheet Dispenser to even further cut down the labor hours and increase production rates. They include a semi-automatic palletizer, an intermediate speed “multi-push” design, and a high speed “single-push” design.

The high-speed design may require a bag flow diverter to guide bags in motion into different lanes as they enter the forming conveyor. This diverting method handles input rates of up to 40 bags per minute. We build, wire, and test each piece of automatic bag palletizer equipment thoroughly before shipping it to its destination. Our company also creates robotic and drum/pail palletizers, making us the ideal source for all of your needs.

Contact us for guidance on which palletizer is right for you. Optimal equipment can cut down on labor while improving results.