The customer Abriso/Jiffy, a Belgian company, which produces material for protective packaging and insulating materials, has commissioned us an automation system for the automatic loading and unloading of a new calibration and sanding line of sheets of extruded expanded polystyrene xps.
Loading and unloading of XPS sheets with automatic process
Electronically controlled motorized x and z axis bridge
Feeding and stacking systems
Compressed air gripper functioning
Command management by plc
The system was designed by our technical department which together with the software department developed the solution for the functioning and management of the system which provide, in addition to the automatic loading and unloading of sheets, also the ground handling of material stacks before and after processing.
This system allows to automate the calibration and sanding process of polystyrene sheets, eliminating labor costs related to loading and unloading of material. The automation of this automatic line allows, moreover, to have a constant production rhythm during work shifts, allowing production planning in a certain period of time.
Fabrizio Greco | Sales Director – Handling department
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