Exhibiting at this years Icelandic Fisheries & Aquaculture event at stand E61, Peruza is a processing engineering and equipment manufacturing company. There’s no one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to determining the ideal type of palletiser to bring into a food-production facility. Indeed, Latvia-headquartered processing equipment company PERUZA explains the decision largely hinges on the specifics of each operation, such as the type of product, product variety, volume and required speed.

For instance, a full layer palletiser may be the optimal choice for operations focused on a single product type, whereas a robotic palletiser could be more beneficial for variety of products and inserting spacers between pallets.

When selecting between the two, it’s important to weigh various factors including cost, sustainability, and ease of access. To help companies make the best choice, its team will be on-hand at IceFish 2024, helping visitors explore the most effective solutions available.

PERUZA’s solutions include its High Speed Palletiser, a full, layer-type palletiser that’s been engineered for fast and precise preparation and palletisation of complete layers. This machine is versatile, capable of handling a wide range of products, from small bottles or packets to large boxes or thermoform packaging. Among its primary advantages are complete automation of the palletising procedure; coming pre-set with the required product types and variations; having the flexibility to easily accommodate new types and variations of products; and offering a consistent operation flow with minimised cycle times (up to 30 products/minute).

Meanwhile, its Robot Palletiser has been designed for high-volume palletising of diverse products, capable of processing up to 500 units per minute. This robotic palletising system can accommodate products of various sizes and is ideal for handling plastic, glass and cardboard containers of different dimensions. It efficiently palletises products from two incoming lines at once. The palletising zone of the robot is equipped with spacers, and pallets are transported to this area. Utilising sophisticated gripping technology, the robot efficiently manages both the units and the pallets.

The Robot Palletiser’s main advantages include enabling a single operator to manage the palletising of up to 20 products/minute; having the capability to automatically adjust among pre-set product types; it can also form multiple pre-defined layer patterns; and has the flexibility to conform to existing workspaces.





Caption: When selecting a palletiser, it’s important to evaluate various factors including cost, sustainability and ease of access, says PERUZA.