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Wide Track Video at a Distribution Center

Wide Track Video

Our Latest Model Spiral – Wide Track is gaining traction in the Warehousing and E-Commerce markets. Here’s a Wide Track video taken on a completed site project by our Integrator Partner, Bastian Solutions.

 

Big Ryson Spirals from Wide Track Video

The end-user, a large Sporting Goods Retailer is utilizing our Wide Track model 3000-900’s to handle new shipments in their receiving area. The advantage of this 23 foot tall spiral is it’s ability to handle large cartons of goods being received at the DC. The spirals 36” wide slats make allowance for tall and long materials coming into the facility.

Since this spiral model must ship partially disassembled, our technician was sent to site to assist the Bastian crew in the re-assembly and start-up of the unit. This is one of three Wide Tracks supplied as part of a phased project which also involved other High Capacity spirals.

These spirals can handle a variety of load sizes, big and small with their 30” or 36” wide slats.  The Wide Trak Spiral Conveyor can handle double the weight capacity of our standard spirals, and can provide an elevation change of up to 50 feet with only one drive. They are ideal for warehousing and order picking operations.

For more information about our Wide Track Spiral Conveyor, Download our spec sheet, or read about them in our weekly news blog.

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