Wehling Anlagen- und Maschinenbau GmbH

Since 1992
Anlagen- und Maschinenbau GmbH
in Oschersleben

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Our services include developing and building completely customized plants for customer-specific production processes. On-site installation and maintenance and repair of industrial machines and equipment represent the majority of our work. Here are a few examples:
  • Ventilation systems in the milk-processing industry / overpressure ventilation of production facilities
  • Feeding and palletising systems in the pharmaceutical industry
  • Automatic beading wax machine for a concrete plant
  • Grinding material separator for filtering air contaminated with shredder shavings in plastics processing
  • Fluidized bed plant for drying chocolate sprinkles in the confectionery industry
  • Painting system for vibration dampers with ring conveyor, continuous drying oven, cooling zone and buffer station in the automotive supply industry
  • Washing tower (wet precipitation paint spray system with water conditioning) in barrel production
  • Automated cleaning machines for gear racks in the automotive supply industry
  • Mobile mattress cleaning systems / system for killing dust mites for inner spring and cold foam mattresses
  • Cheese-melting system in pizza production
  • Conveyor systems in the confectionery and food industry
  • Casting mould ventilation in the ceramics industry
  • System for drying cat food
  • Testing facility for freeze drying agricultural products
  • Automated packaging and palletising of dental plaster More
  • Palletising filled paper bags with stitched seam
  • Solution for placing stitched bags onto filling nozzle of a weigh feeder
  • Automatic preparation/filling of paper bags More about the bagging system
  • A Kawasaki robot removes the bag made of paper or plastic from a universal magazine for various bag sizes. With the special gripper designed by Wehling, the bag is opened carefully and placed over the filling nozzle. Now the weigh feeder takes the bag and controls the filling process. Once the bag has been filled, another system component removes the bag and transfers it to the sewing machine. The next stages include transporting the bags to a bag shaping station, also developed by Wehling, and the subsequent palletising. A universal bag grabber designed by Wehling and a Kawasaki palletising robot are used here. The robot not only palletises the stitched bags but also provides the empty pallets as well as the separator sheets from the respective magazines. The finished pallets are then moved out to any desired stowage or removal station.

  • Machine assembly:
- Removal of blanks from one of four magazines with a lightweight robot
- Insertion into a milling machine
- Removal of the finished part from the machine vice
- Discharge of these parts onto the discharge chute

Our customers come from the following sectors:
- Automotive supply
- Food industry
- Industrial baking
- Chocolate production
- Confectionery industry
- University of Magdeburg
- Chemical industry
- Fraunhofer Institute Magdeburg
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