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Automated board stacking system provides labor-saving features.

Baker Products continues to find new ways to improve your operation and your profitability, by offering the new Baker Automated Board Stacker.

The Automated Board Accumulator section accepts boards one at a time and transports them, via a chain conveyor, across a programmable counter. The resulting mini-stacks of boards are then transported onto the board stacker accumulation area where a row is formed.

Once the row of boards is completely assembled, it is picked up, transported and stacked upon a waiting pallet. Hopper-fed cross members can be programmed to automatically divide the rows to whatever height or board count configuration your operation requires.

This system employs the use of the optional Baker Pallet Destacker. The Auto Pallet Loader picks, loads and discharges the completed pallet stack automatically onto dead rollers, where they are staged for easy forklift access and transport while another pallet is automatically staged for continuous stacking of the boards.

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The Baker Automated Board Stacker can handle boards ranging in length from 28 inches to 60 inches; 1-1/2 inches to 3-1/2 inches thick; and 3-1/2 inches to 8 inches wide.

No other stacker on the market has all of these labor-saving features and options. For more information call (800) 548-6914, FAX (573) 663-2787, or visit Baker Products' Web site at www.baker-online.com.

Baker Products

Phone: (800) 548-6914

www.baker-online.com

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