buffer system for loose product
The products of a production line will be lined up in rows and will then be stored in a gondola-buffer system at a high infeed capacity.
Independet loading of the gondolas is guaranteed.
The Gondolas vary depending on perfomance, products parameter, buffer capacity requirements in length, width and quantity of shelves.
They are conveyed on two chains from the infeed to the discharge side of the buffer system. It applies the First In / First out principle.
The loading and unloading of the gondolas can be controlled totally independent. The unloading can be synchronised with the packaging machines. The intelligent mechanical set up in the buffer system guarantees uninterrupted supply from the production process to the packaging. A buffer can also be installed for product over flow i.e. end of the line buffer.
From the production line right through to packaging, ICS is able to customise your requirements.
It starts with conveying - and feeding systems in front of the buffer and distrbution systems to the packaging lines.
The overal handling of product carriers with its conveying technolgy together with the buffer system will be developed by ICS. The buffers are finally part of an entire system, which will be controlled by ICS.
no production and product losses due to production - and plant stops caused by distubances of the production / packaging line.
high plant availability and reliability
function as buffer system or conveying system to overcome height differences.
space saving system, optimal utilisation of space in the building.
fully automated plant
realisation of technological processes i.e product cooling can be applied
increased efficiency in the production
return of investment within a short period of time
reliable system with low maintenance
no additional staff required
one system for a variety of products
continous feed to the packaging lines
user friendly interfache to product line and packaging machines
easy access for cleaning of gondolas
fully automated industrial plant
low on maintenance
no product loss or influence on quality
optimal production conditions
considering the sanitation hygienic requirements
product and process safety through reliable automation
First in - First out principle