Model 360 Uncaser and Case Packer
Uncase and Repack Same Case with One Machine
Reduce labor and increase efficiency
No-drop bottle handling reduces breakage
Maintains highest container integrity
Here’s an easy upgrade if you’re using hand labor uncase and pack bottles or jars. A-B-C's Model 360 performs both functions, unpacking and packing, simultaneously, in one compact machine.
Operation is Simple and Effective
Cases filled with empty containers feed to the uncasing station, meanwhile, pack-ready containers index on the packing conveyor. The transfer head lowers and lifts the empty containers from the case to the exit conveyor, and the empty case indexes to the packing area. When the transfer head reaches the conveyor, it picks up the filled containers and cycles them into the empty cases. On each subsequent cycle, empty containers are unpacked and filled containers are packed simultaneously.
Compact design saves floor space and offers easy installation
Run a variety of glass and plastic containers
No-drop handling protects container and label integrity
This compact uncaser / case packer saves valuable floor space with its 2-in-1 design. It utilizes 1/2 the floor space required for separate uncasers and case packers.
Reduce Labor and Increase Efficiency
The Model 360 uncaser / case packer can replace both the manual uncasing and case packing labor, reducing costs while increasing productivity.
No-Drop Bottle Handling Reduces Breakage
The bottles are maintained under complete control throughout handling. The gripper head gently lifts the bottles by gripping them gently and protect the container closure. Bottles are not dropped, but lowered gently to the unloading conveyor during uncasing. During case packing, bottles are lowered through a packing grid with fingers that ensure proper alignment with case cells, and lowered until the bottles reach the bottom of the case.
Case Packer Maintains Highest Container Integrity
The packing head has multiple grippers that gently and firmly hold each bottle during uncasing and case packing. Labels are protected during case packing by the shifting head that separates the bottles slightly prior to loading. This action prevents the bottles from contact with other bottles, the case, or the partitions during case packing.