A better grip on things.

The Senator Profi-Line restacker ensures exact placement of sheet material onto pallets. Paper, board, card or plastic, printed or plain materials can be automatically layered into precisely aligned stacks of up to 300 kg weight and 1.65 m height without manual intervention. The Senator Profi-Line restacker greatly increases the productivity of material processing by eliminating time and energy consuming activities of the guillotine.
Advantages: Persuasive.

Fully automatic operation for mark-free, completely aligned stacking
Optimized material flow, one man operation, no physical strain
Direct processing or dispatch without production transfer
Ultimate precision - time after time - even with small-size loads
Materials are clamped from two sides, making movements impossible
Large, robust tower construction for reliable, continuous output
High-quality, air-blown, extremely flat stainless steel table
Wear-resistant hydraulic/pneumatic drive unit
Siemens SP control system - low maintenance and service-friendly
Precision linear guides for friction free, high tolerance operation evenĀ 
under heavy load conditions
Adjustable table height
Ergonomically designed operator panel
Performance: Perfect.

The high-speed cutter pushes the processed material onto the table, positioned at loading height. The material is lined up against the back stop and the lowered lateral edge. The opposite positioning ruler is lowered and holds the material against the lateral alignment stop. Next the table and the stops with the material travel into the proper stacking position across the pallet. The material is now positioned directly over the stacking unit. The material is placed in precise alignment onto the stack by removing the table from beneath and returning it automatically to its original position. Simultaneous stacking of variable sizes of material is carried out with precise alignment and minimal abrasion. There is negligible height difference to overcome. The material is permanently clamped during the entire process