Individual straight, switch, and curved components make the WSS easily adaptable to constructional circumstances.
Integrated buffering functionality decouples up/downstream equipment, enabling continuous production.
Available as a stand-alone solution or coupled with existing Weber slicers
Shuttle System WSS
ADDITIONAL PRODUCT INFORMATION
Shuttle System WSS
Products are transported on a carrier that can move them for example from depositing stations requiring a static depositing target to stations requiring an accurate constant moving target where spreading is required. Speeds can be separately controlled in areas such as bends and 180 degree switchbacks ensuring the product is handles gently without disruption during optimised transport speeds. Examples of applications of course include slicing lines where multiple products are required in the same package (platters). These products would normally be sliced on individual slicers and then can be collated and automatically loaded into a packaging machine for example with a Weber Pick and Place system. For ready meal lines and other make up lines (Sandwiches/Pizzas) where multiple actions are required to create the finished product the system has huge advantages. The ability to move the product between each operation and easily select stations and positions by product type allows for complete flexibility and easy product changeovers.
Buffering areas, weighing stations and manual correction areas can all be created with the addition of an IN-Line cleaning system for the product carriers ensuring product safety. The system is completely safe in use due to its lack of mechanical drive systems and operators can interface directly without risk and the need for barriers and safety devices. We believe the possibilities are endless allowing for the creation of the ultimate efficiency automated industrial food processing systems.
The system can be integrated with Weber’s leading range of established loading and automation systems such as Robotic loading solutions or integrated with existing systems. We have focussed on some key areas of the food industry but are sure the system could provide significant advantages outside of these areas. We would welcome enquiries from all areas of the food industry to discuss any potential applications.