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The destacker was developed to eliminate stagnation problems and handling time when feeding products, crates of pallets, etc. With the destacker, complete stacks can be loaded from the truck into the machine to enter the production process one by one without people grabbing them. Optionally, this can be expanded with a buffer conveyor. The destacker as shown has been developed for destacking insulation sheets. These insulation sheets are fed in as high stacks then the destacker will lift the stacks and feed the sheets through one by one for further processing in the podruction process.

Of course, not every batch is the same and the destacker can process different thicknesses of plates. The desired plate thickness can easily be entered via a Human-Machine-Interface. After entry, the destacker will carefully run the panels one by one.

Our destacker can be scaled making it widely applicable! Curious whether the destacker can be a solution for your destacking problem, please contact us to discuss the possibilities.


Panel measurements of 1200x2400mm
Minimal panel thickness 80mm
Maximal panel thickness 200mm
Equipped with thickness control
Stack height input 2400mm
Buffer conveyor for increased capacity - Can be cut to length as required
Run with automatic glue application - Create 'infinite plate'
Low maintenance
Customization is possible

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conveyor belt with destacker


An automatic discharge conveyor is a valuable addition to a destacker, especially in situations where efficiency, time savings and accuracy are critical. This innovative addition allows post-process insulation sheets to be transported effortlessly and automatically to
a subsequent station or a suitable warehouse. This offers numerous advantages and improvements to the production process and the overall work process.

With an automatic discharge conveyor, the entire process of moving insulation boards is streamlined. This increases production speed and reduces time spent manually handling and moving boards, resulting in a significant improvement in production line efficiency.

The automated conveyor mechanism of the discharge belt ensures consistent and accurate movement of insulation sheets. This minimizes the potential for errors and inaccuracies that can occur with manual conveying. This contributes to the overall quality of the finished product.
Sensors with destacker


Sensors play an important role in the operation and safety of a destacker. They detect, measure and control various aspects of the process to ensure that the destacker operates accurately and reliably. Sensors in the destacker are used
to detect how many plates are present in the system. This tells how long the system can operate before an additional supply of plates is needed.

Also, the system or based on measurements can adapt to different plate thicknesses and different materials. In this way, the system always functions properly without manual adjustments when using different types of insulation panels.


A destacker uses mechanics, pneumatics and smartmen control arrangement to take items from a stack. A stack can be fed into the device, which unstacks the items at appropriate times and feeds them on to the next system. With the use of sensors and smart systems, complete automation is possible.

Using a destacker increases the efficiency and speed of the stacking process, reduces labor costs, minimizes errors and ensures a constant supply of items for further processing, resulting in improved productivity and quality.

Yes, destackers are designed to be integrated into existing production lines, but this often requires modifications and engineering to ensure seamless integration.

Yes, destackers can be programmed to follow different stacking patterns, which can be useful for various applications.

Destackers are often used in industry sectors such as packaging, food processing, pharmaceuticals, logistics and automation, where stacked items need to be efficiently stripped from their stacks and further processed.

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