The Cross Belt Sorter features high efficiency, low energy consumption, high speed, and low error rate at a competitive price. This sleek and efficient product can sort up to 25,000 UPH and can be used for a wide range of items such as: apparel, parcel, accessories, etc.
To achieve high efficiency and accuracy, the infeed system automatically scans the measurements and identification information to make sure items are inducted in a timely manner onto the Cross Belt. The narrow belt infeed system can be customized to be fully automatic, semi-automatic or manual. The outfeed system temporarily stores the items delivered by the sorter, while simultaneously capturing and displaying the related identification information of items and transmitting it to the controls system.
Different types of outfeeds are available to match the diverse range of items handled. Items can be directly sorted to outfeeds such as chutes, bag racks, roll cages etc.
• Linear Motor (Horizontal CBS)
• Gear Motor (Vertical CBS)
• In-motion product alignment
• Accurate infeeding of packages with different weight ranges
• Belt starts in a millisecond (for speed and accuracy)
• Simple body, installation and maintenance
• Light aluminum
SDI is an innovative provider of systems and solutions to the retail, wholesale, fulfillment and e-commerce industries for all aspects of distribution center material handling.
As both consultants and systems integrators, the company provides clients with a total logistics solution package which includes material handling consulting, as well as design, engineering, fabrication, installation and integration services.
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