Its variable gearing enables the operator to move very heavy loads of up to 35 tonnes with absolute ease.
Designed to exacting standards to stand the test-oftime, it is the leading system for the long term storage
of items in archives, museums, libraries and galleries. Rails are used to distribute floor loads equally.
The unique Inco rail has a convex shape to accept the concave rim of the guide wheel. Rails can be installed on an existing finished floor.
Rails are laid in conjunction with a purpose designed flooring system, to create a level surface between rails and floor.
The height of the floor is usually 40 – 50mm above floor level.
Specifications & Construction
- Length is Our Strength Bases are available in a wide range of sizes up to 12m. Bases are crank-driven to move loads up to 35 tonnes.
- Anti-Tilt An anti-tilt device located on the base prevents the unit from tilting. An overhead stabiliser can be added if additional anti-tilt safety is required.
- Positive Drive There are drive systems with alternative gearing ratios that ensure effortless movement regardless of the weight of the contents or the number of bays.
- In-Built Safety Features The drive mechanism incorporates a safety clutch system that limits the operating force and protects the operator from injuries caused by backlash of the drive system.
We will design a Archive Compactus Storage Solution with the options you require for your application.