DYNSTO Pty Ltd offers a used 2008 automated vertical storage system from KARDEX (Germany). The Queensland-based DYNSTO Pty Ltd specialises in dynamic storage systems of high quality.
KARDEX Shuttle XP is a range of automated high lift/stacker storage systems featuring a modular construction and working on the ‘goods to person’ principle.
A key advantage of the KARDEX Shuttle XP is that maximum height can be used on a minimum floor area with benefits including increased storage area, enhanced productivity and high speed high order picking.
The KARDEX Shuttle XP C3000 storage system is in good condition.
- Maximum total capacity: 67,400kg (Standard)
- Maximum tray capacity: 240kg
- Tray dimensions: 2,450 x 813mm
- Number of trays: 25 standard
- Total weight: 9,277kg
- Size: 2,780mm W x 2,921mm D x 5,250mm H
- Capacity with 25 trays: 49.80m² with every tray approx. 2m²
- Electronic volume measuring system in 25mm screen (grid)
- Access opening with sliding doors protects people and stored goods
- Control OP 3000 with graphic display
- Anti-dazzle lighting above access point
- Personal key-code possible
- Toothed-belt for minimum noise and fast order picking
- Working positions can be adjusted individually depending on the body size
- Distances can be realised in steps of 25mm by arranging the support profile
- Weight management controls the weight of the tray/shuttle and speed regulation
- Options include performance module, ergonomic module, and speed and control module
- Optimum use of room height on small floor space
- Small 25mm screen (grid) for high-compression storage with minimum distances
- Intelligent storage management
- Electronic speed control up to 2.3 m/s
- Central guiding system with 8 times rollerstorage for high speeds
- Stored goods identification in 25mm grid
- Height oriented storage for constantly changing storage goods heights, allocation of suitable storage places and maximum flexibility
- Fixed place storage for fixed storage heights and maximum storage compression
- Combination storage combines both storage methods depending on the area for maximum flexibility and maximum storage compression