The automatic stick machine is located above the packet conveyor and places fork lift sticks onto completed timber packets. The sticks are fed automatically by a chain with hooks that face the stick location. The sticks are held pneumatically in a frame. The stick frame is lowered onto the packet by means of an electric elevator before they are placed on the timber packet.
- Product number: 2838
- Chain guides, length approx 7.2 m
- Number of chain guides: 2 pcs
- Pneumatic stick holder: 11 pcs
- Variable frequency drive gear motors
Sticks are loaded onto a conveyor for onward transportation to a stick elevator. After the stick elevator there is a stick separator that makes sure only fork lift sticks are transported onward to the buffer conveyor. The sticks are loaded automatically from the buffer conveyor into a stick feeder for loading the automatic stick machine.
The timber packet is placed under the automatic stick machine by the packet conveyor before the sticks are deposited automatically on the timber packet. New sticks are then automatically placed on the hook track and the automatic stinker machine is ready for the next timber packet.
|Layout conveyor:||Variable frequency drive gear motor|
|Stick feeder elevator:||Gear motor|
|Stick elevator:||Variable frequency drive gear motor|
|Stick separation:||Spring-loaded toothed chain, variable frequency drive gear motor|
|Stick feeder:||Gear motor|
|Product number:||2811, 2836, 2837, 2838|