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HBW connection

HBW connection

The high-bay warehouse can be filled with raw materials, semi-finished and finished goods. The connection to the corrugator, to the processing machines or to the dispatch system is completely self-sufficient thanks to our higher-level control system. An optimum material transfer with the best possible space utilization of the high-bay warehouse is achieved by integrating turntables and angle transfers.

Plastic chain conveyor HBW connection

Advantages:

  • Flexible working widths and lengths available for each connection
  • Can be equipped with fire protection flaps
  • Smooth transport through frequency-controlled drives
  • Reverse operation mode
  • Low maintenance expenses
  • High safety for the operating personnel
  • Tour-related composition provided
  • Complete visualization and material flow tracking up to dispatch

Turntable

The transport direction can be changed by 90° or any other angle by means of turntables.


Right angle stations

Right angle stations are used in corrugated cardboard transport systems when the transport direction in the process is changed by 90° and thus the length-width-ratio is also changed.

Advantages:

  • Both transport directions with plastic chain
  • Large-scale support of goods
  • Gentle transport of bottom sheets
  • Suitable for all formats and qualities
  • Compact and safe construction

Turning cross

The turning cross is designed to turn corrugated board stacks in front of converting machines.
The stack length is measured when it runs onto the plastic chain conveyors and it is centred on the turning cross.
Once the block has been turned by +90° to the right/left or by 180°, it is centrally positioned in front of the machine.
Even sensitive and extremely small blocks can be conveyed smoothly and gently on this plastic chain conveyor.


Control

Complex control of individual intralogistics systems

There is a complex control process behind the flexibility and the size of these intralogistics processes. This process also includes software solutions optimally adjusted to the individual conditions.
They are based on MINDA MoveIT, the control and visualization system for intralogistics programmed by MINDA.
The system coodinates the control of transport sections, floor conveyors and packing devices according to the plans of the ERP system.
This superordinated control based on PC is further internally developed by experienced programmers.
MINDA MoveIT guarantees a fully-automatic operation in all transport sections. The transport operations are optimized so that all storing places are efficiently used.
In the discharge area behind the corrugator the system exactly defines how and in which order and sequence the corrugated cardboard stacks reach the intermediate storage and the converting machines with an optimal utilization of the transport capacity.
These calculations are effected in real time and are the condition for continuous new evaluations of the prioritites of the individual operations.

Complete transport operation

The converting machines are supplied in time with goods for conversion according to the definitions of the ERP systems. After the conversion, the corrugated cardboard stacks are discharged from the machines and fed to the pallet protection. (picture 2) Here the correct pallet type is automatically prepared and the data for the strapping are available. The secured goods reach the finished goods storage and are ready for despatch.
The system flexibly reacts to inputs by the operators. During the entire production process the products can always be identified.
A dynamic visualization of the processes provides the customer an overview of the complete production flow.


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