In this application spotlight, we take a look at some of our laning and diverting devices we use for cartons of tea, trayed frozen meals, unwrapped wipes, and jars. We use several different methods of diverting products. Some are conventional like our pivot laners which uses stiff or flexible guides to direct product to a lane. Others are more unique like our high-speed sanitary wash down product laners.
Check weighing and feeding trays of bread sticks
Vertical flipping automotive parts before diverting
Laning cartons of oatmeal to three lanes for case packing
Multi-lane conveyor scanning and sorting 8 different UPCs of product into its own lane to prepare for case packing.
Rotating, orienting, laning and pattern forming small boxes for a robotic case packer.
A high-speed diverting and laning device for unwrapped stacks of wet wipes.
Transporting accumulating, merging and laning frozen pancake stack packages.
Transporting, rotating, and laning trays of corn.
Accumulating, buffering, laning, merging and feeding multiple lanes of wrapped graham crackers.
Accumulating, single rowing, and laning cheese cups. Features a reversible surface to prevent jamming.
Laning and Diverting corrugated trays from one lane to three.
Inspecting and sorting packaged food cups prior to laning for case packing.
Laning un-wrapped stacks of wet wipes and merging packaged wet wipes for case packing.
Laning and merging packaged wet wipes prior to case packing.
Transporting laning, accumulating and metering frozen waffle packages.