The PALLETISER TABLE is a machine that operates in semi-automatic mode, which sets up thermoplastic bottles, arriving from a conveyor belt, on surfaces consisting of parallel rows of bottles to be arranged overlapping on pallets.
The bottles are accumulated on the conveyor belt to form rows of a pre-set number of bottles. A pushing unit, located next to the belt, shifts the completed row on the table allowing the formation on the belt of a new row.
The total number of rows per layer is programmable.
Once the programmed number of rows has been loaded onto the table, the operator is notified by visual and audible signals of the completing of the layer.
Once completed, the layer is shifted manually by the operator on a pallet placed inside the palletiser, which is raised to the same height as the accumulation table. Once the layer is positioned, it is brought down to allow the deposit of the next layer.
The layer of bottles is moved by shifting a carriage through the dedicated handle. After the accumulation table has been cleared the machine starts the formation of new rows with the pre-set number of bottles.