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Description destacker

The destacker has been developed to eliminate stagnation problems and handling time when entering products, crates, pallets, etc. With the destacker, entire stacks can be loaded from the truck into the machine and entered into the production process one by one without people handling them. This can optionally be expanded with a buffer track. The destacker as shown has been developed for unstacking and insulation boards. These insulation boards are entered as a high stack, then the destacker will lift the stacks and feed the boards one by one for further processing in the powder process.

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

Our destacker can be scaled, making it widely applicable! If you are curious whether the destacker can provide a solution to your destacking problem, please contact us to discuss the possibilities.


Plate size 1200x2400mm
Minimum plate thickness 80mm
Maximum sheet thickness 200mm
Equipped with thickness control
Stack height input 2400mm
Buffer track for more capacity - Can be cut to length as desired
Can be performed with automatic glue application - Creating 'infinite plate'
Low maintenance
Adjustments as desired are possible

Options and Parameters

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 crucial. This innovative addition allows insulation boards to be transported effortlessly and automatically after the process
a next station or a suitable storage location. This offers numerous benefits and improvements to the production process and the overall work process.

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

The automated conveyor mechanism of the discharge conveyor ensures consistent and precise movement of the insulation boards. This minimizes the risk of errors and inaccuracies that can occur during manual transport. This contributes to the overall quality of the end product.
Sensors with destacker


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

The system or basis of measurements can also adapt to different plate thicknesses and different materials. This way the system always functions properly without manual adjustments when using different types of insulation panels.

Frequently Asked Questions

A destacker uses mechanics, pneumatics and smart control arrangements to remove items from a stack. A stack can be entered into the device, which destacks the items at the right times and transfers them to the next system. Full automation is possible using sensors and smart systems.

Using a destacker increases the efficiency and speed of the stacking process, reduces labor costs, minimizes errors and ensures a steady 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 adjustments 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 commonly used in industry sectors such as packaging, food processing, pharmaceuticals, logistics and automation, where stacked items need to be efficiently destacked and further processed.

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