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Omni-directional Transfer Unit

OTU

avancon Omni-directional Transfer Tables for Roller Conveyors for Crossings, Diverters and Sorters.

The avancon OTUs can be combined to all variation for any length and width of boxes being

transported smooth and fast in switches or crossings.

OTU= omni directional transfer unit conveyor table for crossings and switches and sortation
OTU= omni directional transfer unit conveyor table for crossings and switches with distance inbetween.

The avancon OTUs are installed on special Aluminum profiles, which fit one in another and the whole

table then can be easily screwed under or between any profile-frame construction.

They can be assembled in length and width in relation to the largest goods to be transported.

The avancon OTUs measure 75 x 75 mm, but can also be assembled with spacers in-between.

 

The avancon OTUs can be used for switches, crossings, sideways movement of goods for easier

 reading of bar-codes, for sortation into both direction and so on.

We can deliver single pieces for any assembly or pre-assembled tables for easy installation under

or between any conveyor frame construction.

 

avancon can also deliver the full assembled switch or crossing or 90° transfer  including all

electronic controls of the ASi-Bus system for easy and cost saving "Plug-and-Play" installation

into the avancon  ZPC-System at site.

With a special profile you can easily mount the table under a conveyor section or between the frames of a conveyor (instead of rollers).

There is a special control, which controls all functions

of a crossing or a switches.

The tables are powered by BRDC-Motors 48V / 40W.

 

There is no additional pneumatic necessary.

It can also be used between or under  other profile constructions.

OTU tables using small space for conveyor switches, conveyor diverters, sorters, working high speed.

See here, how flat these avancon OTU-tables are!

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