The Duravant family of operating companies serve the food processing, packaging and material handling segments.

New generation of case-packing robots. Equipped with servomotors and controls to ensure smooth motion and maximum positional accuracy.

RE-500

New generation of robotic case packers. Equipped with servomotors and controls to ensure smooth motion and maximum positional accuracy. Designed to handle medium to high speeds depending on the number of pick-up heads fitted.

The tooling that transfers the container to the case features a semi-automatic control system on its two axis. This particular feature represents a drastic reduction in tooling costs and format changeover times.

These new robotic case packers can achieve speeds of up to 30,000 bottles/hour with 6 tooling. Depending on the type of grippers used, they can pack different kinds of products, such as bottles, cooler bottles, cans, jars, packs, etc.

Versatile machine capable of handling flexible, irregular-sized or unstable containers.

Online Monitoring

Machine operation can be monitored online by our technicians at head office or from local support centres in order to ensure rapid diagnosis of any anomaly that occurs and facilitate its immediate resolution.

Peripherals

As an optional extra, an active digital camera equipped with remote movement control can be incorporated into the machine’s electronics as an aid to system monitoring to facilitate and speed up the resolution of anomalies.

Format changeover

All control, adjustment and format changeover elements are automated and simplified, resulting in greatly reduced user intervention.

Customisation

We offer distribution systems for non-cylindrical containers to suit the specific needs of each product and speed: electromechanical line divider, aligners, roller conveyor tables and product stackers.

Up to 40 cases/minute: ideal for speeds of up to 40 cases/minute.

Automatic adjustments: optional servo-operated pick-up head to enable automatic format changeover.

ModelSpeeds
RE500Up to 40 cases/minute