SAUCES AND DRESSINGS


AUTOMATION IN THE SAUCES AND DRESSINGS SECTOR


It is a highly automated sector. High speed operations and small spaces are main requests/requirements.
Inser Robotica develops solutions for the packaging of sauces in various containers. Whether they are in flexible containers of PET, cartons, cans or glass jars, we have a solution for handling, and afterwards, palletizing and wrapping.

We collaborate with the most important producers of sauces worldwide.

PREMIUM SAUCES. END OF LINE AUTOMATION


The system is capable of filling the boxes with different PET containers.

Using one of our own designed multilaners, the system forms groups of cans in 3 different positions.
The industrial robot is responsible for several processes:
- Take these groups and put them in the boxes.
- Palletize the boxes already filled and closed.
- Place empty pallets and cartons in the palletizing conveyor.

A carton forming machine, cardboard and unfolded warehouse boxes complete the robotic system. Packaging system completely tested in our workshop, before being sent to America.

Visit our packaging section to see other examples in different sectors.

HANDLING OF SAUCES IN GLASS JARS


This robotic cell performs 3 differentiated functions.

- Depalletizing the glass jars that come inside stainless steel cages from the autoclave and leaving them in the line of quality inspection.
- Taking the cans from the inspection line and leaving them on pallets, and adding anti-slip cardboard between layers.
- Depalletizing the cans tha that have been inspected and stored and leaving them on the final labelling line.
Once labelled and located on trays, another of our robotic cells performs the final palletizing using a smaller robot and a special comb shaped gripper.

Visit our packaging section to see other examples in different sectors.

PALLETIZING SAUCES IN METAL CANS


For this application of palletizing, a robot with a great range and capacity is needed.
The magnetic gripper is capable of taking 24 full cans (1Kg Tomato).
In this case, the cans are grouped by 6 and the robot takes groupings of 4, then palletizes them according to the client's pattern.

Visit our palletizing section to see other examples in different sectors.

SHRINK-WRAPPED TRAYS PALLETIZING


Compact palletizing cell of mayonnaise containers and other sauces.
The containers arrive upside down at the cell next to their tray, and upside down.
A Kawasaki RD080 palletizing robot palletizes the trays and inserts an anti-slip cardboard between layers.
The system also has an automatic pallet feeder and an exit roller conveyor for complete pallets.

Visit our palletizing section to see other examples in different sectors.

EMPTY CANS DEPALLETIZING


This is the opposite process to the one carried out in canneries. In this case, the depalletizing of the empty metallic containers is made in the company that processes the food with which they are going to be filled. The proposed solution consists of two chain conveyors for the entrance of full pallets, two wooden frame stores, cardboard, pallets, and several conveyors that manage the layer of cans to turn it into a single row of cans.
A powerful 4-axis robot equipped with a magnetic gripper (specifically designed for this type of process) is in charge of the handling of the cans layer, as well as the frames, cardboards and pallets.

Visit our depalletizing section to see other examples in different sectors.

PALLETIZING OF FIVE PRODUCTION LINES


Our compact cells take up little space and achieve great productions.
In this case, 5 robots are each combined with two palletizing stations. A pallet traffic management system allows you to service the 10 palletize positions. .

One laser guided track is responsible for supplying empty pallets and bringing the complete pallets to the wrapping machine.

Visit our palletizing section to see other examples in different sectors.

PALLETIZING OF SOUCES IN BOX-PALLET


A compact palletizing cell for PET containers filled with sauces inside a box-pallet.
The palletizing robot is equipped with a gripper capable of taking rows of ketchup PET bottles and inserting them directly into the Box-Pallet. It is also capable of placing the anti-slip cardboard.
In this case, the box-pallet is formed manually, but we have the option of forming and automatically placing it.

Visit our forming and filling section to see other examples in different sectors including the box-pallet automatic forming system.

TOMATO CARTONS TRAY FILLING AND PALLETIZING


Inser Robótica has installed several compact palletizing cells in this important sauce producer.
In order to avoid a radical change in the manner of manual work and mobility through the production plant, small palletizing cells have been placed with manual pallet management. They palletize tomato sauce in different containers and quantity, using the same type of palletizing cell.
They take up minimal floor space thanks to the simple and effective design of all its elements.

Visit our palletizing section to see other examples in different sectors.

MAYONNAISE BOTTLES TRAY FILLING


In this robotic cell, the mayonnaise bottles are taken in rows and placed on the tray.
The trays that support these botltes filled with sauce are also automatically placed.
There are two palletizing places with manual pallet management.
It is an option that does not require large investment resources and it is able to manage average productions very efficiently.

Visit our forming and filling section to see other examples in different sectors including the box-pallet automatic forming system.

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