Auxiliary Handling Equipment

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Auxiliary Handling Equipment An integrated material handling system requires a lot of auxiliary handling equipment. Depending on the plant/line layout a number of such systems might be required. They play an important role in the integration of the handling system ensuring maximum automation and minimal manual intervention. Some of our most common auxiliary equipment includes:

  • Lift Tables – Match level differences or for lifting of components to defined levels
  • Shuttles – Transfer the components and assembly from one line or station to another
  • Turn Tables – Change the direction of component flow or the component orientation
  • Turn-Over-Devices – To rotate the component to provide access to the other faces
  • Flippers – Flip the component on their axis and prepare for the next station

Lift Table


Turn Tables