Rapid storage from Dematic

30-08-2011

The RapidStore Mini-Load is the latest in a new series of high performance storage and retrieval machines (SRMs) from Dematic, a leader in intelligent materials handling solutions.

The RapidStore ML10 handles totes, cartons and cases in facilities ranging in height from 4m to 20m.

Offered in three standard heights (10m, 14m and 20m), RapidStore ML10 efficiently handles a host of container types in a multi-deep and flexible-width environment.

The RapidStore Mini-Load operates at a travel speed of 6.0 m/s, accelerates at 4.0 m/s², has lift speeds of 3.0 m/s, and lift acceleration of 3.0m/s², delivering up to 142 double cycles/hour (based on an 8m crane operating in a 40m aisle).

Also, RapidStore Mini-Load cranes can be equipped with the new Dematic Typhoon high performance Load Handling Device (LHD).

Typhoon provides the capability of handling one or two containers of fixed and varying sizes in a single, double or triple deep configuration.

Uses for the RapidStore ML10 include as a storage buffer feeding mixed case order fulfilment, pick/put/pack operations in retail, apparel and general merchandise, and as an intermediate storage buffer sequencing Goods-to-Person split-case picking.

Dematic Pty Ltd
Ph: 02 9486 5555
www.dematic.com.au

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