Horizontal Truss Stacker Specifications

Physical Data

  • The two-transporter system has one stacking zone on each side of the conveyor and stacks trusses up to 40 ft long and 16 ft high
  • The four-transporter system has four stacking zones, two on each side of the conveyor - can stack 4 stacks of trusses each up to 40 ft long, or 2 stacks of trusses each up to 80 ft long
  • Hydraulic reservoir: 40 gallons per transporter
  • Hydraulic fluid: 60-1400 SUS, ISO 68 (customer must supply hydraulic fluid)

Performance Data

  • 35-second cycle time allows for efficient stacking from multi-setup tables
  • Traffic controller controls when the conveyor system feeds the stacker
  • Reliable hydraulic power  


  • The Horizontal Stacker stacks trusses in the horizontal or flat position, which is how most trusses are built and delivered
  • Reduces the amount of truss handling, minimizing the potential for damage
  • Stacks all truss configurations
  • Stacks trusses on both sides of the exit conveyor
  • Scanner target tells the stacker where to place the truss
  • Compatible with existing conveyor systems
  • Reduces risk of injury commonly found in banding and manual stacking procedures
  • Improves material flow throughout the truss fabrication process
  • Reduces truss damage - see above
  • Improves packaging operations
  • Remote radio transmitter
  • Patented technology

Electrical Data

  • Voltage: 208/230/460 (575 VAC also available)
  • Equipment disconnect protection: 70/70/35 amps
  • Minimum system power requirements:
    • 208 VAC
      • 2-zone: 93 amps
      • 4-zone: 182 amps
    • 230 VAC
      • 2-zone: 89 amps
      • 4-zone: 176 amps
    • 460 VAC
      • 2-zone: 45 amps
      • 4-zone: 88 amps
  • All electrical panels are UL Listed 
Safety Data
  • Emergency stops
  • Bilingual safety labels
  • 2 or 4 zones 
  • Powered Stand-Alone Conveyor
Machine specifications subject to change without notice.

 This page last modified on 10/15/2007