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Automated Pallet Inspection process: Precision, Speed, and Cost Savings for Superior Quality

Our automated system employs advanced sensors and technology to thoroughly analyze each pallet, detecting even the slightest flaws or defects, whether you have one pallet or 30 different pallet sizes.

With precision and accuracy, we ensure that no flaw goes unnoticed, maintaining the highest quality standards for you.

Our automated pallet inspection process is designed to deliver the highest quality and efficiency in pallet condition control.

Through a series of precise steps and advanced technology, the automated system performs a comprehensive assessment of each pallet, examining factors such as structural integrity, board condition, nail protrusion, and overall cleanliness.

By leaving no stone unturned, we ensure that only the highest-quality pallets make it to your operations.

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Step-by-Step: Unveiling the Efficiency of our Automated Pallet Inspection Process

​Step 1: Conveyors.

The pallets are transported seamlessly through the quality inspection line using designated conveyors. This ensures a smooth and continuous flow of pallets, optimizing the efficiency of the inspection process.

 

Step 2: Pallet Destacker.

Pallets are carefully destacked, allowing individual pallets to be inspected separately. This step ensures that each pallet receives the necessary attention and evaluation.

 

Step 3: Pallet Cleaning Prior to inspection.

Pallets undergo a thorough cleaning process. This removes any dirt, debris, or contaminants, ensuring accurate assessment and minimizing cross-contamination in the supply chain.

 

Step 4: Drumming of protruding nails.

In this step, a heavy steel drum is employed to press down any protruding nails or fasteners. By securing loose elements, we prevent potential hazards and claims from product damage during transportation and handling.

 

Step 5: Nail Detection.

Our system utilizes advanced technology to detect and identify any remaining nails or foreign objects in the pallets. This ensures that only safe and compliant pallets proceed in the inspection process, and that no protruding nails will harm your products and result in customer claims.

 

Step 6: Vision Inspection for Missing Blocks.

Using state-of-the-art vision systems, we check for missing blocks and boards on the pallets. This step is crucial to ensure the structural integrity of the pallets and prevent any instability or damage during use.

 

Step 7: Dimension Measurement.

Accurate dimension measurement is conducted to verify the pallets meet the required specifications. This ensures compatibility with various transportation and storage systems, streamlining logistics operations.

 

Step 8: Rejection of Unusable Pallets.

Any pallets which fail to meet the required standards, are automatically rejected from the inspection process. This helps maintain the overall quality and reliability of the pallet inventory.

 

Step 9: Pallet Preparation and Bottom Sheet Application.

To prevent water and dust, a bottom sheet is applied as part of the preparation process. This additional layer provides extra protection, minimizing the risk of product claims after handling and storing.

 

Step 10: Pallet Restacking.

After the inspection and preparation steps, the pallets are carefully restacked, ready for further distribution or use. This ensures the pallets maintain their integrity and are ready for seamless integration into the supply chain.

 

Step 11: Production Line

 

Step 12: Contour Check.

Pallets stacks undergo a contour check to verify their shape and structural integrity. This step ensures that the pallet stacks are capable of securely accommodating the intended products, minimizing the risk of shifting or damage during automatic or manual transit.

 

Step 13: Label Check.

The inspection process includes a thorough check of pallet labels to ensure accurate identification and compliance with regulatory requirements. This helps maintain traceability and facilitates efficient inventory management.

 

Step 14: Weight Check.

Pallets are subjected to weight checks to verify they meet the specified weight limits. This step ensures adherence to load capacity requirements, minimizing the risk of overloading and potential accidents.

 

Through each of these meticulously executed steps, we ensure you benefit from enhanced quality control, improved safety, streamlined logistics, and reliable pallets that meet the highest industry standards.

Our automated pallet inspection process provides peace of mind, allowing you to focus on your core business, while we take care of your pallet integrity needs.

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Christian Weinreich

Christian Weinreich

TECHNOLOGY DIRECTOR (CTO)

John Thrane Nielsen

John Thrane Nielsen

SALES DIRECTOR (CCO)

Jørgen Lyngsø (USA)

Jørgen Lyngsø (USA)

SALES MANAGER

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Ole Wallenstein Møller

Ole Wallenstein Møller

OPERATIONS MANAGER

Lars Pøhl

Lars Pøhl

MANUFACTURING & INSTALLATIONS MANAGER

Niels Frost Nielsen

Niels Frost Nielsen

MANAGING DIRECTOR (CEO)

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