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palletize

[′pal·ə‚tīz]
(industrial engineering)
To package material for convenient handling on a pallet or lift truck.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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"The footprint is so small, and it opened up a whole realm of applications and places that weren't even feasible to palletize in the past."
Last year, Buffalo completed the first phase of its total product palletization system, which palletizes bundles from two press lines and two inserting lines.
The unit is highly configurable and has the ability to simultaneously palletize uniquely different lines with different size and type products.
It can be designed to palletize virtually any product, including rigid cases, bags, cartons, or trayed products at up to 30 degree picks per minute and requires only air and electricity to operate.
Taking it one step further, Wohlrab envisions a future where a robotic arm could be mounted to the pallet jack to pick and palletize in one step.
Utah Brewers Cooperative, a small regional brewery that produces 25 different ales and lagers, realized in November 2010 that it needed a less labor-intensive way to palletize outgoing product.
Offering high throughput and simple operation, the system can palletize virtually any product--including rigid cases, bags, cartons or trays--at up to 30 picks per minute.
Columbia Machine's Floor Level Palletizers/Unitizers give small to medium size wineries the ability to palletize at speeds ranging from one to 30 cases per minute.
In designing the system, the requirement was to palletize the buckets, 36 buckets to each pallet, at a rate up to 48 buckets per minute, building two pallets every 90 seconds.
"They can perform simple or complex case stacking patterns, build mixed pallets of different products and sizes, and palletize multiple SKUs simultaneously.
Semi-automatic palletizing equipment, which is popular in niche markets where products are heavy and difficult to palletize manually, can handle up to 20 bags or cases per minute.