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Transfer Car

Non-Powered Transfer Cars provide a manual method of moving loads between parallel conveyor lanes. Transfer cars can either be confined to a track with definitive end stops to locate position, or be fitted with swivel and rigid casters for a free moving method of transporting unit loads. Powered Transfer Cars fulfill the same process, but they are provided with a powered conveying system. 

 

Application:

• Convey loads of Cartons, Totes, Fixtures, Cardboard Boxes

• Non-Contact Accumulation

• Unitized

• Pallet loads when bottom boards are perpendicular to the rollers

• Pallet loads when bottom boards are parallel to the rollers

• Side loading/unloading

• Accumulation of loads

Where it Works:

• Warehousing & Distribution

• Manufacturing

• Order Fulfillment

• Aerospace

• Government Military & Agency

• Automotive

• Parcel Handling

• Appliance

• Cabinetry & Furniture

• Food & Beverage

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P: 419-625-4014, ext. 4003

Who Are You?

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End User: A company that uses material handling equipment to aid in the manufacture of their product line.

Distributor: A company that typically sells allied material handling products including rack, mezzanies, cranes, hoists, scissor lifts, manipulators, etc.

System Integrator: A company that identifies purchases and manages the integration of various component parts and services to provide an automated solution to end user customers.

Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM): Companies that manufacture equipment as the primary business focus and incorporates material handling component parts in the design of their product.