Versi-FlowInterroll will be exhibiting at IMHX 2013 dynamic storage solutions incorporating roller and wheel components to create ‘Pallet Flow’ and ‘Carton Flow’ live storage systems that can be adapted to all types of concepts handling pallets, totes, cartons, trays and assembly parts. Interroll dynamic storage can be integrated and interfaced with conveyors, automatic stacker cranes and paperless “Pick to Light” system.

Interroll will highlight new pallet flow features including the new wearless speed controller, designed to provide  trouble free long life operations and safety through pallet speed control, which in turn maintains stability of the load by avoiding pallet impacts.

Also, the new PF 1000 Time Delay Safety Separator keeps the first pallet at the unloading face separate from the other pallets in the lane and eliminates accumulation pressure. This way, forklift drivers have time to extract the pallets safely before the next pallet moves into position for unloading.

Interroll Carton Versi Flow is a versatile modular wheel system, supplied in pre-assembled beds, designed to quickly convert most pallet rack structures into dynamic, versatile carton flow storage. The densely packed wheel beds provide for ultimate flexibility as changing carton sizes can be accommodated without the need for track and guide re-configuration.

Versi Flow achieves 90% space utilisation and efficient storage on a first-in first-out principle with ergonomically improved storage and picking efficiencies to provide a fast return on investment.

Details of Interroll’s range of modular conveyors, belt curves and its comprehensive range of rollers and drum motors will also be exhibited from IMHX stand no: 20F102.

Interroll Ltd

Tel: 01536 748 565

Email: B.Urban@interroll.com

www.interroll.com

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