Order Picking in the Deep Freeze: De-layering

Ro-ber have delivered a robotic de-layering system into a deep freeze, working at temperatures of -27ËšC

Ro-ber have delivered a robotic de-layering system into a deep freeze, working at temperatures of -27oC. 300 SKUs are handled on a special universal gripper with vacuum and gripper functions. Not only is this wide range of formats be handled on the universal head, part layers or layers with holes in the pallet pattern are handled by means of the intelligent gripper control which compensates for such variation automatically.

Not only is the system able to handle 300 incoming formats, is builds up to 12 outgoing order or shop pallets simultaneously at up to 240 layers an hour.

Often interlayers can give problems to less sophisticated universal de- layering systems. However Ro-ber have solved this issue as well by a modification on the robot head and a special software function. Height too, which can be a challenge on other systems is also handled by elegant design of the portal robot configuration.

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Burgoynes Report Verifies Leak Detector Compliance

The Verification Report describes how the Aerocan Leak Detector complies to the British Aerosol Manufacturers (BAMA) standard, including its safety and zoning requirements. It also details how the leak detector complies to the requirements of ADR 2007 for use as part of the water bath alternative.

The Verification Report describes how the Aerocan Leak Detector complies to the British Aerosol Manufacturers (BAMA) standard, including its safety and zoning requirements. It also details how the leak detector complies to the requirements of ADR 2007 for use as part of the water bath alternative.


The machine as supplied by Raupack designated Aerocan 100 (the machine)
is capable of fulfilling the requirements of ADR 2007 of a leak tester for filled
aerosols as part of the approved alternative to the Water Bath method.


The machine can be considered as complying with the BAMA standard.