A number of variables make up the ideal sortation systemMay 25, 2016 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Sortation systems are a critical component of any material handling operation, providing automatic product identification and separation. These systems have the ability to divert product from one conveyor line to another in a wide variety of applications, from centralized palletizing, carton cross docking and parallel processing product separation, to order consolidation and repack operations, shipping deconsolidation and redistribution, and distribution route/carrier separation.
Sortation systems can be made up of a number of material handling systems. A selection of speeds and angles are available to meet the exact needs of each application.
Wecon Systems, a leading provider of material handling solutions, offers a wide range of sortation technologies. When selecting which one is right for the application, consider the product characteristics of what’s being sorted, the throughput needed, the number of diverts and the available floor space. A number of options and configurations are available to meet each customer’s budget.
For example, Wecon carries the TGW Narrow Belt Sorter, TGW Right Angle Transfer, TGW Pop Up Wheel Transfers, and TGW Shoe Sorter technologies. Solutions for small package sort and high volume applications (tilt tray, bomb door, cross belt) are also available.
A leading provider
Wecon Systems has been providing material handling solutions to industry for almost 20 years. With a team of seasoned application specialists, project managers, designers and programmers, the company has the expertise to select the best sorter technology for each customer’s specific application, and integrate all of the associated elements, including product ID, data collection, control systems logic and interfacing, run-out lane requirements, support and access requirements. In addition, the team of experts has the capability to project manage, design, install and commission the total system, as well as train, service and upgrade the system to retain investment value.
To learn more about the sortation options available, contact Wecon Systems.