Ice-cold stacking - the KR Quantec PA Arctic

With the KR QUANTEC PA arctic, KUKA presents a specialist for palletizing at extremely low temperatures

28 April 2014

Augsburg, March 2014 – It needs no protective suit and can nonetheless work at temperatures way below zero: the new KUKA KR QUANTEC PA arctic. Its immunity to cold temperatures makes the robot ideal for the food sector – right down to -30 °C.

Proven solution, now also freezer-proof

The KR QUANTEC PA arctic is not a special solution from KUKA. Instead, it is a cold-resistant adaptation of the service-proven standard palletizing robot from the KR QUANTEC series. With a reach of 3,195 mm, the palletizing robot is characterized by short cycle times, high flexibility and extreme precision in stacking and setting down. The robot is available in three payload variants: 120, 180 and 240 kg.
Since it does not require a specially designed protective suit for cold environments, the user saves on costs. Furthermore, no downtime is required for exchange work, no special heating is needed in the robot arm and the large work envelope is not restricted by additional wrapping.

Palletizing solutions at Interpack 2014

Together with its technology partner Robomotion, KUKA will be showcasing solutions for the packaging and food industry at this year’s Interpack from 8 to 14 May in Düsseldorf in Hall F04 at Booth 5.

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