Tissue World Magazine
Alexandra Stuthridge, Technical Business Manager, BioProducts Institute (BPI)

OCME has presented its complete solutions for the end-of-line in the tissue industry.

These include:
‱ Auriga: OCME Laser Guided Vehicle for the handling of products within industrial environments. Auriga follows a definitive and repetitive path, thanks to a series of circular reflectors positioned along the route. The security is at the highest level: full coverage around the vehicle using safety laser sensors. It is able to move pallets, paper reels, or other products, up to a height of 8.5m, with a maximum capacity of 6,000kg.

‱ Orion: a traditional automatic palletiser with in-line infeed, it is available with low or high level infeed. It can handle various types of products and package formats (bundles, carton, trays and boxes) for different sectors such as: tissue, beverage, home and personal care and edible oil.
‱ Perseus: a traditional palletiser with 90° infeed. It can handle various types of packages ranging in different sectors including tissue.

‱ Pegasus: a robot palletiser with motorised gripper head. Pegasus can be supplied in two different variants, with a row by row or a complete layer gripping head. It can handle various types of products and package formats (bundles, carton, trays and boxes) for different sectors.

The company said: “Thanks to the complete end of line it’s possible to obtain advantages such as: long life product’s cycle, high speed, maximum product safety and reduced machines maintenance.

“Savings are achieved through less energy consumption, computer simulation system, braking energy recovery.

“All these components allow us to reach a high level of quality thanks to the latest technology, premium materials and high safety level for workers.”