Kanchan Metals launches efficient vertical tray lifting system for food industries

22 January 2021 | News

The vertical tray lifting system helps to provide floor space savings, improve worker ergonomics, and help control on-going processes

Kanchan Metals, a company offering food processing machines has recently launched an intermittent vertical tray lifting system for the food processing industry. This system is used for ascending and descending crates, trays, boxes of weight up to 50kg and offers a transfer rate of 100 products per hour which will increase the distribution space and productivity.

The vertical tray lifting system helps to provide floor space savings, improve worker ergonomics, and help control on-going processes. Companies can operate this system in an easy and efficient manner. The product is suitable for companies having multi-floor construction and need to transfer products between floors. Its low maintenance component gives it an edge over other machines. Apart from this, it has a space-saving feature as it has a vertical lift design against a spiral conveyor. It stands out because of it’s effortlessly energy efficient and quick transport components. Its customised height adjustable to any factory or warehouse and modular design looks make the system reliable and more durable satisfying all the needs of the customer.

Raghav Gupta, Director, Kanchan Metals, said, “We are delighted to announce the launch of our new product called vertical tray lifting system, designed for the food processing industry. Over the years, have designed all our products with a motto to make companies easy to manufacture their products as well as add up to the overall growth of the industry. This product is remarkably useful for manpower saving, space-saving and will surely scale new heights in the industry."

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