Space saving, efficient storage
Tire Stacker and De-stacker – Whether you are organizing inbound or outbound tires, before or after processing, tire stackers and de-stackers are custom designed to arrange tires efficiently, quickly, and safely. They can accommodate:
- Up to 4 tires at a time
- Various tire diameters In-line designs that integrate in-feed and takeaway conveyors
- Safety measures for proper product centering
- Turn-key controls
Ergonomic tire & wheel handling
Inspection station – Automated or manual inspection stations are designed to ensure ergonomic tire or wheel handling when reviewing products to ensure they meet or exceed the quality standards set by the manufacturer.
Vertical Lift – These lifts are generally used to easily get tires in and out of manufacturing processes such as tire building, machining, shot blasting, and buffer storage. Our vertical lifts are designed to ensure high reliability and minimal downtime. They can be specified to lift one or multiple tires.
Wheel Flipper – Wheels are subjected to a shot blast process during manufacturing. Through this process, some of the fine shot becomes trapped in the recesses of the wheels. To remove the shot efficiently, a rotary wheel flipper can be used to invert the wheels 180 degrees to dump out the shot.
Tire Centering – In order to center wheels of different diameters and weights on the same conveyor line, our centering device utilizes basic mechanical principles. It’s simple yet effective design bolts to the bottom flange of the conveyor and can be easily added to existing systems.
Tire Flipper – Rotating, flipping and lifting of tires is a heavy and unwieldly job. A custom-designed, automated tire flipper takes care of that process creating safer processes and time efficiencies.
Accurate and secure product transport
Custom conveyors – Standardized conveyors can be customized for specific facility layouts and product routing. They are designed with product and environment in mind with considerations for appropriate use of belts, rollers, and orange polyurethane coating, for example, for protection of tires and wheels from marring and damage.
HMI Controls – When barcode scanning isn’t an efficient option, HMI controls can be implemented and custom designed to track product efficiently and accurately as it moves through your operation. From inbound to storage and outbound fulfillment, added controls give a real-time view of product type, process status and location.