Layer Grippers

High-performance palletizers for warehousing and intralogistics

Together with capable palletizing robots and gantries, vacuum layer gripping systems from Schmalz increase the production output in the automated handling of products in various industries. Individually planned systems guarantee an optimal process integration and ensure a quick return on investment.



Palletizing and de-palletizing of layers of various goods Use in warehouse logistics and intralogistics Handling of layers with gaps, mixed layers, intermediate layers, pallets, cardboard packaging and film packaging Palletizing and de-palletizing partial pallets by the combination of vacuum technology and mechanical gripping support

Your Benefits

Secure and damage-free gripping of various layer sizes and layer patterns Higher throughput due to process acceleration No gripper changeover and set-up times when performing job changes Innovative gripping concept with mechanical support and global vacuum for additional holding forces Use in the freezer industry sector in areas down to -30°C (optional) Skilled system design according to individual requirements

Layer Grippers

SPZ with vacuum suction area

  • Sealing foam for homogenous and intrinsically stable product layers, such as jars and cans
  • Suction cups for flexible workpieces
Layer Grippers

SPZ-M with mechanical gripping support

  • Additional stabilization of instable and porous product layers, such as cardboard boxes and beverage trays
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SPZ-M-C with global vacuum

  • Maximum holding force for product layers that cannot be applied from the top (e.g. mixed layers and layers with gaps)
Layer Grippers

SPZ Glass

  • Palletizing and depalletizing of jars and cans

Layer Grippers

SPZ Packaging

  • Palletizing and depalletizing of cardboard boxes, beverage trays etc.

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SPZ Logistics

  • Handling of various product layers in warehousing and intralogistics

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SPZ Nesting

  • De-stacking of cut optimized wooden or metal sheets in a single handling process