Vertical Conveying Solutions

Tall Spiral with Multiple Infeeds Extend Operating Flexibility.

Tall Ryson High Capacity Spiral Conveyor Operating Flexibility
Some Ryson Spirals are too tall to test run inside our factory and must be stood up outdoors.

Operating Flexibility: Ryson Spirals Save Space. With the multiple entry spiral conveyors in a multi-tiered order picking system, that space savings is multiplied.

This week we are shipping a 30 foot tall high capacity spiral which will be installed in a four-level order picking system at a new grocery distribution center in North Carolina.

Totes and full cases are delivered from all four pick levels to this single spiral. At each level, a high speed induction conveyor will provide controlled entry to the spiral. The load is then conveyed  at 150 feet per minute down to the floor level where the orders are consolidated prior to shipping.

Ryson High Speed induction conveyor
The induction conveyors have individually adjustable belts to match the spiral conveyor pitch.

This solution not only provides considerable space savings, the customer also benefits from optimal operating flexibility with less equipment needed. The system integrator on this project is Intelligrated.

If you would like more information on the Ryson Spirals with the multiple infeed capabilities, visit www.ryson.com to download our multiple infeed brochure.

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