Product Details Supplier Info More products

Adept Technology will unveil its new packaging platform for the food industry at the Pack Expo 2010 event in Chicago, Illinois, on 31 October to 3 November.

The Adept Packaging Automation Cell (PAC) is a platform for next-generation high-speed primary packaging applications requiring flexible and sanitary processing.

The packaging cell is built with a rigid stainless-steel frame for wash-down capabilities and integrated with products from Adept, such as a USDA-accepted robot, ultra-compact motion and vision controllers, touchscreen operator interface, and predefined programming recipes for advanced conveyor tracking and vision guidance.

The platform’s software helps customers to build specific applications without the need of complex and lengthy programming.

‘By bundling numerous building blocks such as vision, easily navigated operator interfaces and a thoughtfully designed frame into a well defined package, the Adept PAC stands to reduce delivery, integration and overall deployment times,’ said Rush LaSelle, director of sales and marketing for Adept Technology.

‘The Adept PAC is designed to provide the dexterity and flexibility of manual packaging with the consistency and throughput of traditional packaging machinery,’ said John Dulchinos, president and chief executive officer of Adept Technology Built on the USDA-accepted Adept Quattro s650HS robot, the Adept PAC is a robotic packaging platform that has been designed to address the hygienic requirements of meat and poultry packaging.

‘Adept PAC can be easily configured to a wide range of packaging applications in the food and pharmaceutical industries,’ said Dulchinos.

View full profile