MCS -Manual Centering System
The Manual Centering System allows for a quick centering of the cardboard on the palletstacks.
Toppy MCS allows inserting and centering a plastic pallet supplied by the manufacturer for a “NON STOP” cycle, as well as blowing and aligning the paper and cardboard stacks.
The operator uses a lift truck to position the plastic pallet into the Toppy pile turner. Then a pneumatic system drives the pallet to the starting position, hanging it for the entire process. Using the relevant handwheel located on the side bar, the operator can select the paper size thanks to the numbered scale.
As soon as the desired paper size achieved, the operator can insert the wooden pallet with the product, taking care to overlap it to the plastic pallet that was previously inserted and placing it against the side guide edge so as the process cycle, including air/jogging, can start. After the working cycle, the pile turner will turn at 180°, having the wooden pallet on the top, ready to be manually removed by the operator. After removing the pallet, the operator can use the specific program to locate the plastic pallet, with the product centered, to the initial loading position ready to be removed by lift truck.
View the video of the Toppy pile turner with MCS system, which aligns and perfectly centers the stack of cardboard on the plastic pallet.
It is compatible with all types of plastic pallets used in the packaging industry for the “NON STOP” cycle.
The process starts by inserting the plastic pallet in the pile turner. Then a device connects and locks the plastic pallet, keeping it in position for the entire duration of the process.
Before starting the cycle, the operator can use the handwheel to adjust the reference bar of the square so that the paper stack is centered exactly in the desired position.
In order to facilitate the adjustment, the device is fitted with a graded scale with references for the main paper formats being used.
Process end: after aligning the cardboard stack in the middle of the plastic pallet, against the bar that adjusts the square, the pallet is taken back to the ground, ready to be collected.