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Robot wins on aggregate

18 March 2021

A RECENT video from leading special purpose machine builder, Haith ,shows a Kawasaki CP180L robot deployed as part of a typical form-fill-seal system. The robot is seen picking up the filled and sealed bags of aggregate, each weighing up to 40kg, lifting and rotating them through 90° and then stacking them in the approved and programmed pattern onto adjacent pallets ready for dispatch.

Commenting on a record year for sales of its latest systems featuring the robot palletising facility, Haith’s Carl Taylor observes: "We have used Kawasaki robots exclusively for more than 25 years on all our special purpose systems. They have performed faultlessly. Our business has established a hard-won reputation for designing and delivering systems with unrivalled durability and reliability coupled with a lengthy service life. That is exactly what our experience of Kawasaki robots has been too."

Kawasaki Robotics’ Ian Hensman adds: "We are in our 26th year of partnership with Haith and are delighted to have secured this latest order from them. Their machines are precisely tailored to customer requirements, and our robots offer the freedoms, flexibilities and durability that the Haith design team know they can rely on."

Kawasaki’s CP180L is one of the manufacturers’ most popular robots in the UK and is widely used across many industries. It is particularly suited to challenging applications in arduous environments where heavy payloads and high precision coupled with speed and accuracy are required. Carrying its maximum payload of 180kg, the 5-axis robot offers a reach of 3255mm and a palletising capability of more than 2000 cycles/hr. Despite the speed, positional accuracy when carrying the 180kg payload at maximum reach is +/- 0.5mm.

All Kawasaki robots, from the smallest to the largest, are now available on attractive and flexible leasing terms. The recently released Haith Group video may be viewed here: Haith Group Mobile Aggregate Bagging System - YouTube