Robust solutions for warehouse logistics

A powerful performance in any situation.

In order to do justice to the special requirements involved in warehouse logistics, you can place your trust in our drive design know-how accumulated over many years and also in our adapted and coherent product porfolio. This is the basis for a robust solution that has been adapted to the conditions of the respective plant location.

As a result, it is possible to react to power failures due to unstable power grids without any damage being done to the equipment.

Ready for anything:

  • Sophisticated systems allow for device replacement during running operation
  • Products for noiseless operation
  • Scalability of products significantly reduces the need for a wide range of different variations
  • Use of lightweight metal for reduced weight
  • Need-based drive sizing with optimised energy balance

Reducing the number of different drive versions with ease

  • Overload capacity of up to four times
  • Decentralised drive solutions
  • Reduced number of different variations by up to 70 %
  • Reduced storage requirement
  • NFC parameterisation

Prepared for special ambient conditions

  • Optimum corrosion protection in the fresh-goods temperature range 32 to 50 °F (0 to + 10 °C)
  • Rust-free design
  • OKS-L painting
  • Special torque reserve and adaptations of the gearbox oil and the seals in the deep-frozen goods range of 32 to -22 °F (0 to -30 °C)

Fast and easy replacement during maintenance

  • Gearbox made of aluminium instead of heavy cast iron
  • Pluggable connection system
  • Industry-standard connecting dimensions
  • Connection dimensions usual in industry

Need-based drive sizing with Drive Solution Designer (DSD)

  • In-depth knowledge about drive applications such as drive physics, variants and energy efficiency
  • Calculations with individually applicable process data and speed profiles
  • Complete drive structure for all of the machine's requirements
  • Energy Performance Certificate provides a quick overview of potential energy savings