Mobile chemical transloading carts allow workers to load liquid product from one container to another, i.e tank truck to rail car.
The Fat Jack is capable of handling pipe up to 36 inches in diameter and has an adjustable height range between 38 and 52 inches.
That “the whole is greater than the sum of its parts” certainly rings true when considering industrial conveying systems. The components side of material transfer can be the lifeline of a manufacturer, ensuring that parts get safely and efficiently from point A to point B — saving workers strenuous and expensive labor — and going where forklifts and other material handling solutions might not be able to go.
This unit is the latest in the Genie® vertical lift family of products and is ideal for locations where outreach is required in a confined space.
The new solo case packer packs individual products into containers at a rate of up to 30 layer picks per minute.
The Octopus “S” Series of automatic rotary ring stretch wrappers has been newly designed and features a load stabilizer, new load lift conveyer, and the No Touch No Tail (NT²) seaming device.
The design incorporates flexible plastic shelving to create individual compartments to protect and transport unpackaged and kitted parts.
The Speedy Board incorporates fork lift cut-outs to the leading edge of the board that allow the fork lift operator to quickly and safely “scoop” the board and move it into place.
All parts are designed with offset surfaces and interlocking flanges so that no cracks exist in the joints, minimizing the potential for contamination.
The machine, which can wrap up to 35 loads per hour, has adjustable carriage and turntable speeds.
The high-quality construction is designed to minimize distortion under heavy loads and ensure years of dependable use.
ASD’s Tug is an electrically powered, walk behind, wheeled cart and trailer mover constructed of formed 1/4-inch steel plate.
The Caster is rated to 35,000 pounds in a standard configuration and in excess of 50,000 pounds in custom configurations, one of the highest in the industry, according to the company.
One person can use the Power Pusher to efficiently push, pull, and maneuver wheeled loads up to 150,000 pounds.
Container tops are permanently attached with steel hinges that interlock for stacking strength and security.
The top two drawers utilize welded columns with dividers every 1 inch for customizing storage and organization. The 4-inch drawer is open for larger tools and miscellaneous items while the bottom 6-inch drawer holds up to 30 tool holders depending on taper size.
Moveable bases come standard with lengths from 16 to 48 feet and overall weight capacities of 12,000 pounds for every 8 feet of shelving.
New ET Series swivel models feature a double-ball raceway for smooth directional movement with the capability to withstand shock loading.
The PTA464’s U-shaped platform simplifies the job of loading pallets and containers onto the scale, says the company.
The Flex VUE is based on Magnetek’s Flex™ line of radio controllers, with the addition of a graphic display that provides advanced communications and convenience.
The SupplyPad harnesses new tablet-based technologies to bring materials control via RFID and barcode scanning anywhere in a facility.
Made of 12 gauge steel with fully welded seams, CECOR Carts are designed for the punishing environment of machine shops.
Kinetic has developed a low profile cart that spins on its own length to make unloading of bulk containers filled with large items easy, says the company.
The ST1SS is capable of strapping 35 single strapped packages per minute with strap sizes ranging from 5 to 9 millimeters wide.