Further speciality of this system: An integrated, exceedingly comfortable and economical half automatic strapping unit at the end of the packing system.
After the Final Saw
REISCH-solutions for profile stacking, profile de-stacking and spacer handling are sophisticated and custom-built. Our profile packing solutions are characterized by being perfectly ergonomically designed. Our packing line has been implemented several times. It includes a profile de-stacker, a variable paper and foil dispenser as well as an ergonomically designed packing table. We also manufacture material handling systems and carry out strapping of packing containers specified to our customers’ needs.
Complete changeover from one way carton spacers to aluminium spacers: The aluminium extrusion factory ALCAN in Landau (D) changed over with the assistance of REISCH as a partner its complete production. All the factory systems as well as the necessary modification components were commissioned by REISCH within the appointed deadline.
The ideal table position increases the packing performance and speed. Additionally the packing container can be easily loaded and removed. The freedom of movement of the operators is completely optimised and in no way impaired.
This grab has been specially designed for skips. The gripper stands out particularly through it’s proven and yet simple mechanics. In addition it can be controlled electro-mechanically over the cranes own control system. No profiles are ever damaged when the grab sits down on the skips.
... as well as intermediate storage-transport and intermediate storage-feeding at ALCAN.
The here shown example of three packing lines create together with the previous skip handling system and the individually integrated stackers a perfect, highly efficient and comfortable packing line for aluminium profiles.
Optimisation of the complete process cycle time of a profile stacker: An old, semi-automatic intermediate spacer-feeder was completely replaced.
At the push of a button, this media dispenser delivers either one of the 5 freely selectable packaging materials (paper or foil) from the roll-magazine or one of the 2 endless cartons.