Press Release Summary:
Model SPS-200 Inductor dispenses CDs, DVDs, videos, and paperback books at rates of 225 items/min. Available with stand-alone or integrated controls, unit features top-loading design for dispensing onto flat conveyors, and ability to load different size rectangular items at same time. Multiple feeders can be ganged together and bolted directly to conveyor for high throughput requirements.
Original Press Release:
Dispense Up To 225 CDs, DVDs, Videos and Books per Minute with Autologik's SPS-200 Inductor
HARTLAND, Wis., (Jan. 10, 2005) - One of the most popular bottom dispensing feeder systems on the market just got faster.
The patented SPS-200 Inductor from Autologik can now dispense CDs, DVDs, videos and paperback books at rates of up to 225 items per minute. Many distribution facilities already enjoy the benefits of the SPS-200. Machinery builders and integrators can now offer their clients a solution that can increase their productivity through features and benefits of the SPS-200 Inductor such as:
o Quick change over
o Top loading design for dispensing onto flat conveyors
o Ability to load different size rectangular items at the same time
o Ability to have multiple SPS-200 Inductors ganged together and bolted directly to conveyor for high thru-put requirements
o Low cost
o Low maintenance
o Stand alone or integrated controls
Variations of the SPS-200 and dispensing of many different types of products are also available at Autologik.
The SPS-200 Inductor is another value customers receive in doing business with Autologik.
Hartland, Wisconsin-based Autologik, a Dorner company, is the premier integrator of order fulfillment and returns processing. Since the early 1980s, customers around the world have turned to Autologik for its expertise in patented automation, high-speed sortation, dynamic label printing and placement, integrated software and customer-focused philosophy. For more information about products or company news, visit Autologik's Web site at www.autologik.com or call 1-888-734-1350.