Depending on the bag size and aspect ratio, the machine can load bags in double patterns of five, six, and ten bags per layer. With a height to the ceiling of five metres, the maximum loading height is 3.5 metres. Gentle bag handling for various types of bag material – for example, paper and HDPE bags – is achieved through a very low positioning height. The bags are supported throughout the loading process instead of being lifted and potentially deformed, for example, by suction modules.
autopac® - Automated Loading and Palletising
The BEUMER autopac® is an efficient and cost-effective system for simultaneous loading and palletising of bagged materials such as cement, lime or gypsum. In either a mobile or static configuration, it offers a wide range of applications guaranteeing optimum utilisation of dispatch capacities.
Two in one: automated loading and palletising
In order to perfectly match your facility’s configuration, it is available in two different versions – BEUMER autopac® 2400 and BEUMER autopac® 3000 – capable of handling 2,400 and 3,000 bags per hour respectively, with or without pallets.
The BEUMER autopac® has a heavy-duty construction built to resist extreme ambient conditions, yet it is dimensioned for low space requirements. It convinces with its simple design, easy maintainability, maximum reliability, and operational safety. Constructed solely from electromechanical components, eliminating the need for hydraulic or pneumatic power stations or water-cooling, it excels with outstanding availability and efficiency – just plug and play.
Various types of bag material
Loading processes tailored to your needs
Supported by the operator panel, preadjustment of the BEUMER autopac® is performed with just a few clicks. After the operator has stipulated the desired number of rows and layers, as well as the total number of bags, the BEUMER autopac® is moved into its initial loading position. These adjustments are supported by precise ultrasonic height measurements and maximal lateral adjustability.
Now open trucks can be automatically loaded with bags directly from the packer while electronic registers ensure that the truck is neither under- nor overloaded. Manual corrections are obsolete, because the machine controls the height settings automatically. Layer calibration and equalisation are performed directly on the truck. For equalisation, the machine head presses on the underlying layer to bring it into a uniform flattened shape. Meanwhile, the next layer is already being prepared.
Customer Support for Automated Loading and Palletising
Competent engineering, fast and reliable on-site service as well as optimal spare parts supply round out our offering and ensure high reliability of the systems.