To create stability in finished packages during transport and handling a number of laths are laid inside the packages. This takes place automatically after the laths have been manually loaded into a cassette. The lath length is automatically adjusted to the package width.
- The lath layer can be used with most types of package stackers
- Very high capacity
- Robust construction
- Simple cassette loading with only one loading position
- The sticks are cut to the correct length according to their packet width, which is why only one length of bind stick is required.
- Also functions as an automatic feeder for impregnation sticks
The laths are manually loaded into a lath cassette placed on the walkway beside the machine. The laths are fed out of the cassette via a cutter, which cuts them to the correct package width-adjusted length. The sticks are then fed out onto a hook track for transportation to a reception position for laying down. Lath laying takes place in combination with a layer holding function.
|Laying rate:||20 pieces/min.|
|Hook track operations:||Screw gear drive motor|
|Laying / layer holder:||Typically 3-4 for laths|
|Electrically driven roller shears:||Cuts the sticks to the correct length|
|Impregnation sticks:||Adjusted to the impregnation sticks|
|Robotic layer:||Laying rate 27 pieces/ min|