This section provides an overview for pallet changers as well as their applications and principles. Also, please take a look at the list of 10 pallet changer manufacturers and their company rankings.
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Pallet Changers are devices used to separate cargo from pallets and replace them with new pallets.
When receiving cargo transported on pallets, there is a risk that dirt, dust, and even insects attached to the pallets will be taken in with the cargo. It is desirable to replace pallets to prevent contamination of cargo and foreign matter.
Pallet Changers are generally used to change pallets, including automatic, semi-automatic, and manual pallet changers.
When pallets are received together with cargo, dirt on the pallets may become a source of foreign matter on the goods or bring pests into the premises. This is a serious problem, especially in medical and food-related logistics.
Also, when shipping a package, the pallet may not be returned, so if you use a beautiful and expensive pallet in your company and ship it as it is, you may suffer damage.
This creates a demand to replace pallets, but it is extremely difficult to manually replace pallets that carry one-ton loads.
There are various types of Pallet Changers, such as inverted, tilting, and clamping types, depending on the manufacturer.
The structure of Pallet Changers and the mechanism of pallet changing are as follows:
As you can see, Pallet Changers come in a wide range of variations, and there is no established universal device. This is because the conditions such as whether it can be reversed and whether it can be clamped are completely different depending on the load to be replaced.
Even for the same pallet size, the scale of equipment varies depending on the maximum loading weight, installation space, and other factors, and the types of equipment are subdivided. cargo, the manpower available, and the budget.
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