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The access point of the Hänel Lean-Lift® is truly multi-talented
It protects the user and it weighs, measures, photographs and identifies the storage items. The smooth-action rollers make storage and retrieval operations a breeze. Shelf retrieval and put-away can also be performed automatically.
The interior lighting makes sure you can 'keep an eye on things'. A compartment sublevel indicator or the Pick-o-Light® system guarantee error-free retrieval. Hänel offers individual equipment variants for every need.
All these are ideas the Hänel specialists have developed over their many years of experience – and from which you benefit.
Safety light curtain
The Hänel light curtain guarantees maximum safety for the operators as they pick and put.
Optimum storage assignment based on precise height measurement of goods
Accurate height measurement for storing containers in the optimal packing density. Height-measuring light barriers spaced at 25 mm, 37.5 mm, 75 mm, 90 mm or 125 mm.
When the container is drawn in, the highly accurate light barriers measure the articles, and the Hänel microprocessor control system finds the optimum storage location in the Hänel Lean-Lift®. At the same time a protruding goods check is carried out. With its height sensors, profile wall and Hänel container technology, the Hänel Lean-Lift® provides vertical optimization and height optimization in one!
Accurate weights recorded with the Hänel weighing device
The Hänel Lean-Lift® is equipped with an overload protection/overload monitoring mechanism as standard. As an option, the Hänel Lean-Lift® can be fitted with a container weighing device. Each tray is weighed in the access point by an electronic 4-point weighing system. The current weight is shown on the keyboard display. The weighing device enables the operator to record and monitor the maximum load of each system container. An easy-view table shows the weights of the individual trays.