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Automation Sharpen Your Competitive Edge with Robot Systems

| Editor: Ahlam Rais

Powtech 2019 will witness Koch Industrieanlagen highlighting its innovative, high-performance and flexible robot systems for all factory areas – engineered as integrable single systems or complete turnkey systems.

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Bag palletising with twin-fork gripper.
Bag palletising with twin-fork gripper.
(Source: Koch)

The tried-and-tested Koch systems ensure that all products are handled carefully, safely and precisely. It is these very systems that are used as the starting point for customising lines to specific needs. The robot grippers used and the peripherals integrated cover virtually all workplace scenarios. Even multiple-line palletising with just one robot is also possible and any type of bag and pallet can be handled, states the firm.

But Koch is specialised in other packaging processes too, such as bag in box – to provide extra protection for one’s high-quality products – or securing loads downstream, e.g. with stretch wrapping or hood stretchers.

With their integrable individual systems or complete turnkey systems, the company can future-proof any industrial sector and ensure its competitiveness. Numerous customers, for example in the food, building materials and minerals sectors, have in fact already benefited from the plant systems jointly developed and planned, and have seen their investment lead to increased profits, adds the company.

Bagging Neatly Solved

With the company’s robot combination system for filling and palletising bags, empty bags are placed on the nozzle of the filling machine automatically and then filled and palletised.

Bag-In-Box Process for Extra Product Protection

The company’s bag-in-box system featuring an integrated box erector neatly prepares empty boxes, fills them with bags and then automatically seals and palletises them – and one does not even need to factor in any setting-up times, opines the firm. This system thus provides extra protection for one’s high-quality products against external influences.

The Koch Service Concept: Comprehensive Service – for the Entire Life

The Koch service concept is designed to not let problems develop and systems suffer downtimes in the first place. Fundamental to this approach is a regularly serviced system, for it is only a system which maintains its high performance for its entire life cycle that can ensure that its customers remain competitive and can focus on their core business, mentions the company.

The company will be exhibiting in Hall 1, booth 1-548 at Powtech in Nuremburg, Germany from April 9–11, 2019.

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