The new MunchMan hinged steel belt conveyor is designed to handle heavy chip loads and large stringy chips and balls of chips generated in milling and turning applications where high work piece stock removal rates exist.
The new design is a track-mounted, pivoting, return-side idler that allows service from one side of the conveyor.
The magnets are available in strengths of 220 to 2,200 pounds flat lifting capacity and are designed to lift either flat and round ferrous metal.
With capacities from 15 to 60 tons, the new LodeKing wire rope hoist combines durability and high capacity.
These rugged, 500-pound capacity carts come standard with 2 swivel and 2 rigid heavy-duty casters for easy control during movement.
The 6,000-pound capacity box can be dumped with a rotating fork attachment, and fork openings are 3 x 8 inches.
Dorner 2200 and 2300 Series low profile belt conveyors now come with a new modular plastic belt small-pitch option that provides nosebar transfers as tight as 0.31-inches.
From order entry to assembly, the two Cable King Quick Ship hoists will take just 4 to 6 weeks to ship out.
All DynaCon conveyors are constructed of modules that connect and reconnect to form systems of varying lengths and profiles.
The workstations feature built-in shelf storage behind a lockable door, and drawer storage to accommodate a wide range of items.
The stainless steel Power Tug™ fits snugly up to the load and its actuator grabs and locks onto the framework to safely move tanks, carts, or dollies.
These durable, polypropylene bins are an economical solution for storing large, heavy, and bulky items.
The AEUP Rocker Attachment can simplify the positioning of materials and eliminate the need for manual drywall lifts to make a job safer and easier.
The antenna and controller constantly communicate with at least one transponder moving along the interrogation path, sending a consistent stream of data.
The GH2T Gantry lift has a lift capacity of up to 2 metric tons (4,400 pounds) and is available in 4 Imperial sizes (8, 10, 12, and 15 foot).
Material Handling Tug Devices: A Proactive Approach to Plant Safety that Improves Productivity and ProfitabilityApril 18, 2012 1:17 pm | by Power Pusher | White Papers
In recent years, improving worker safety has become an important focus in most industries, as job-related injuries can result in employee absenteeism, reduced productivity and increased costs. Many material handling applications pose serious health and safety risks, requiring workers to move heavy loads either through sheer manpower or by using equipment that is unstable, difficult to control or ergonomically deficient. To overcome these safety challenges, the development of battery-operated tug devices allows employees to single-handedly move materials weighing thousands of pounds without exposing them to unnecessary risk of injury. Battery- operated tugs enhance safety by preventing operator strain and reducing potential collisions on busy plant floors, resulting in improved productivity and efficiency— ultimately impacting a company’s overall profitability.
The IAWP-9.6 is an alternative to traditional, low-height lift solutions, such as ladders and scaffolding.
Equipped with AC technology, the new 2EPC5000 and 2EP6500 Series features improved energy efficiency and premium operator ergonomics.
Offered in a range of configurations, the EKS 208/308 provides customers with the flexibility to choose the ideal voltage and capacity configuration for their specific application need.
With a tensile strength of 11,000 pounds per square inch and resistance to both moisture and many chemicals, Nylast® wheels are a popular alternative to steel for extremely heavy load applications.
The pendant on the hoist is equipped with external speed adjustment knobs that enable the operator to quickly customize the high and low hoist speeds.
This high strength, thin gauge film is produced using a new, proprietary formulation.
The P4 can improve worker productivity and reduces fatigue, according to the company.
The hopper has shortened fork pockets and a sloped front edge to allow the bucket to pivot between casters to empty the contents.