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Accumulation Tables

Specializing in the food and beverage handling industry, Uni-Pak Corp. manufactures several varieties of accumulation tables: bi-directional accumulation tables, recirculating accumulation tables, and rotary unscramble single filer accumulation tables, for use with conveyors and production lines for bottles, cans or jars. Accumulation tables can decrease downtime, allowing upstream processes to continue while changes, modifications or repairs are made to downstream processes.

Our accumulation tables feature an integrated cross-conveyor system with guide rails, and are scalable to production needs and specific storage times for products, between one and ten minutes. Tables are constructed from mild steel or stainless steel, and mild steel tables can be painted or powder coated. Bi-directional accumulation tables feature stainless steel or plastic belting, and recirculating accumulation tables use either an ACCETAL, DELRIN or stainless steel chain or MAT. Tables are compatible with Allen Bradley and Siemens PLCs. They also feature a self-cleaning live chain transfer. Our accumulation tables are available as standalone products or as an integral part of a complete turn-key conveyor system.

Custom Accumulation Table Capabilities

General Capabilities

  • Assembly
    Engineering Services
  • Painting
    System Integration
    Technical Support
    Turn-Key Systems

Industry Focus

Food/Beverage Handling

  • Sodas
  • Liquors
  • Beers
  • Wines

Accumulation Products

  • Bi-Directional Accumulation Tables
    Recirculating Accumulation Tables
  • Rotary Unscrambler

Construction Material

  • Mild Steel
    Stainless Steel
  • -304

Products Accumulated


PLC Compatibility

Allen Bradley

Belt Material



  • Adjustable Working Height
    Integrated Cross Conveyor System
    w/ Guide Rails
    Modular Design
    Pusher Bars
  • Scalable to Production Needs
    Self Cleaning Live Chain Transfer
    Sized for Specific Storage Time (1min-10min)
    Variable Speed Drives

Finish (Mild Steel)

  • Paint
    • Industrial Enamel
  • Powder Coat

Industry Standards

ANSI – American National Standards Institute
ASME – American Society of Mechanical Engineers
ASTM – American Society for Testing and Materials
CSA – Canadian Standards Association
OSHA – Occupational Safety and Health Administration
RoHS – Restriction Of Hazardous Substances (Compliant)
UL – Underwriters Laboratorie

File Formats

BMP – Bit Mapped Graphics
DXFDrawing Interchange Format, or Drawing Exchange Format
GIF – Graphics Interchange Format
IGES – Initial Graphics Exchange Specification, ANSI file format.
Inventor (IDW, IPT)
JPG or JEPG – Joint Photographic Experts Group
PDF – Portable Document Format
STEP – Standard for the Exchange of Product Model Data
TIFF – Tagged Image File Format