Modula Material Handling Systems
Vertical Lift Modules:
Optimize your internal logistics
Modula Vertical Lift Modules are enclosed systems with vertically arranged trays stored on both sides of the unit with an extractor device placed in the center. The VLM automatically delivers trays with the stored items to the access window with a push of a button or a scan of a barcode. Using VLM technology retrieval, picking and packing into shipping containers can be combined into one work operation.
Modula Sintes1 Vertical Lift Module
Modula OneTon Vertical Lift Module
Modula One Pick Vertical Lift
The Vertical Lift Module’s technology + A new sophisticated automated system for the picking & replenishment of a single product at a time.
Maximum capacity with the smallest footprint
Modula Vertical Carousels consist of a series of shelves that rotate on your command delivering selected items to you at an ergonomically safe and convenient height.
Fast and accurate picking
The Modula horizontal carousels consist of an oval track supporting rotating bins with shelves that deliver stored goods to the operator.
Modula Diamond Phoenix
Whether you are picking or putting, accuracy and speed are the two factors every operation must balance. Pick-to-Light technology assists operators with four basic functions:
- Picking a specific or active item
- Putting an item in an active order or location.
- Communicating a message such as a quantity, description, etc.
- Completing the task and moving to the next task.
This module is required to batch pick orders. Batching methods include static (fixed) batches, dynamic batches and continuous batches. Orders can be batched manually or automatically based on order information such as priority, due date and order name.
The ESD (Electro-Static Discharge) protection system has been designed to safeguard the units and items stored to provide a level of protection against electro-statically built up charges. The ESD protection system is equipped with an grounding point which is able to accommodate up to 3 devices which may be connected. Device examples include; operator wrist straps, ankle straps or anti-static mats (optional). The grounding point is connected to the operator’s grounding device with a total resistance value of 1MOhm. In addition, the ESD protection system includes additional tray contact points installed at the picking bay location. As the tray is delivered, it contacts these points prior to reaching the operator as an additional means of protecting items. The tray contact points are also connected to the grounding point and again feature a total resistance value of 1MOhm.
The ESD protection system includes one (1) anti-static operator wrist strap. Additional operator wrist straps and/or anti-static mats are available as optional items if required.
Label Printer option
The label printer quickly and easily prints labels for items and/or their shipping containers directly at the workstation area. Label printers allow operators to print customized adhesive labels and tags containing the information of the materials. Operators simply enter the desired information using the Copilot operator console while picking and the label is printed as operations take place. Label printers are available in a variety of models depending on label type requirements to meet any application’s needs.
Modula Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
Modula Official Ribbon Cutting Ceremony. September 25th, 2015 – Lewiston, ME