SILXPallet manages the pallet quality at the end of line, but also before. The statistical quality controls determine a pallet status: if the pallet is accepted, it can be sent to customers with total peace of mind; if the pallet is not in compliance with the established tolerances, it is blocked. This is an essential process to insure quality of end products sent to customers.
- Pallets management before delivery to customer
- Web and cross-platform application
Why to install SILXPallet?
- Highly reduced customer risk
- End products in compliance with Acceptable Quality Levels
- Better traceability > detailed analyses and comparisons
- Better communication between production and palletizer > strong reactivity
SILXPallet in the plant
In SILXPallet, a pallet that is not in compliance with the defined Acceptable Quality Level (AQL) is blocked. Afterwards, blocked pallets can be resorted; this process is made easier with SILResorting.
When can a pallet be blocked?
A pallet can be blocked at the end of line after a statistical control, but also after detection of a risk condition such as a defect at the hot end or cold end noticed during a set out or a machine challenging which do not reject control samples from an inspection machine.
A pallet status is determined in line with the AQL, divided into several severity levels and defined according to the military standard – ISO2589-1 international standard – or any other standard decided upon. All the standard criteria are registered in SILXPallet, to the extent that the status is automatically generated: in other words, operators have no influence on AQL.
Amongst other features, SILXPallet issues pallet tags displaying more particularly the pallet number and status, in order to improve products traceability.