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07:52 Jun 11, 2018
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English to Arabic translations [Non-PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Engineering: Industrial / fruit preparation lines
English term or phrase: palletizer
A palletizer or palletiser is a machine which provides automatic means for stacking cases of goods or products onto a pallet.

Manually placing boxes on pallets can be time consuming and expensive; it can also put unusual stress on workers.[1] The first mechanized palletizer was designed, built, and installed in 1948 by a company formerly known as Lamson Corp.

There are specific types of palletizers including the row-forming which were introduced in the early 1950s. In row-forming palletizing applications loads are arranged on a row forming area and then moved onto a different area where layer forming takes place. This process repeats until a full layer of goods and products are configured to be placed on a pallet.
mona elshazly
Egypt
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4باليتايزر
Rasha Mohamed
3 +1ماكينة تغليف الباليتات - آلة لف الباليتات
HATEM EL HADARY


  

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ماكينة تغليف الباليتات - آلة لف الباليتات


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ماكينة تغليف الباليتات - آلة لف الباليتات

HATEM EL HADARY
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