Storage Machines and WMS

Horizontal Carousel (HOCA)

  • 8th July 2015

Horizontal Carousel (HOCA) – Description – Dexion Storage Machines and WMS

Horizontal carousels are an excellent choice for the storage of goods in large storage areas or where the building headroom is restricted. The horizontal storage system can accommodate large quantities of bulky goods, reducing picking times significantly.

The system brings goods to an operator quickly and ergonomically. Productivity can be boosted even further by connecting several machines to a single retrieval point. This means that operator can pick from one carousel while other machines are rotating to be ready for the next pick.

Carousels can be equipped with pick-to-light systems that make batch-picking simple and fast for the operator.

Horizontal Carousel (HOCA) – Products – Dexion Storage Machines and WMS

  • Provides optimal horizontal and vertical space utilization.
  • Dimensioning allows goods of different sizes to be stored in a single system.
  • One operator can use several machines
  • The system offers a safe way to store and handle materials.
  • Integration with the warehouse logistics environment and the company’s WMS is easy.
  • The system offers rapid, easy picking. Picking time can be only 15 seconds / line.
  • The HOCA system is user-friendly and safe.
  • Batch picking provides great efficiency.
  • Restocking is easy to automate.

Horizontal Carousel (HOCA) – Specifications – Dexion Storage Machines and WMS

Bay widths: 830 and 1010 mm

Bay depths: 508 and 608 mm

Bay heights: 1700-3900 mm

Tray capacity: 100 kg

Shelf division:  60 and 120 mm

Bay capacity: 600 kg

Total capacity: 40,000 kg maximum

Total widths: 1700 and 1900 mm

Total length: 50 m  Maximum

Overall heights:  2150-4350 mm

Electrical connection: 230 VAC, 400 VAC

Motor output: 1.5 kW, 2.2 kW

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