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FKI Logistex Automation Division Introduces New Accumulating, Belted Accuzone System

January 202004
FKI Logistex Automation Division Introduces New Accumulating, Belted Accuzone System
Belted system offers zero-pressure and true-zero-contact accumulation

(Cincinnati, OH: January 20, 2004) FKI Logistex® Automation Division (www.fkilogistex.com/automation) introduces the new belted Accuzone™ accumulation conveyor. The belted Accuzone system adds to Automation Division's long-established lineup of 24-volt Accuzone conveyors, allowing for zero-pressure and true-zero-contact accumulation while providing superior package control.

The new belted Accuzone technology will accumulate products at more than a 15-degree pitch, enabling easy accumulation on inclines and declines. By combining belted technology with the proven Accuzone conveyor system, the new belted system provides a solution for dependably handling products that would typically be difficult to handle on a standard roller conveyor, since packages can reliably start and stop, and package sliding is eliminated.

The belted Accuzone system allows for conveying rates of up to 30 cartons per minute and carton weights of up to 75 pounds in flat zones. Its ability to accumulate on inclines and declines allows seamless integration with traditional single-level Accuzone or other 24-volt conveyor systems, while maintaining Accuzone's inherent ability to accumulate and singulate in a well-controlled manner.

Setup and control for the belted Accuzone system is easier and significantly less time-consuming than for traditional belted conveyor systems. Traditional belt conveyors and inclines require a high-voltage panel and power drop, while Accuzone belted technology requires only a 110-volt power source.

Belted Accuzone conveyor modules add to the complete set of FKI Logistex 24-volt conveyor systems. For more information on Accuzone or the new belted Accuzone system, please contact John Kuhn, FKI Logistex Automation Division, manager of product management, by phone at (513) 881-5106.

Visit FKI Logistex Automation Division on the web at www.fkilogistex.com/automation.

About FKI Logistex Automation Division
FKI Logistex® Automation Division is a designer and supplier of material handling systems for all phases of product distribution and material flow. Whether it's high-speed carton sortation, moving massive parts in an industrial setting, or sorting finished products for shipping from conveyors to cross docking equipment to order fulfillment equipment and controls. FKI Logistex Automation Division makes integrated material handling systems built to perform reliably for decades.

With nearly a century of material handling experience, FKI Logistex Automation Division has the industry's most diverse base of development and application experience. FKI Logistex Automation Division is a leader in the material handling industry designing and building the highest quality equipment and systems, as well as providing installation, training, and ongoing service and support. Industry experience, industry knowledge, industry expertise — FKI Logistex Automation Division is the answer for material handling. FKI Logistex Automation Division is located at 10045 International Blvd., Cincinnati, OH 45246. For sales and marketing information, contact John Kuhn, manager of product management, by phone at (513) 881-5106.

Visit FKI Logistex Automation Division on the web at www.fkilogistex.com/automation.

About FKI Logistex
FKI Logistex® (www.fkilogistex.com) is a leading supplier of integrated material handling solutions for distribution, baggage handling, freight, parcel, and manufacturing applications. FKI Logistex supplies its customers with an integrated set of leading edge technologies in high-speed sortation, conveyor systems, carousels, palletizing, paperless pick products, AS/RS, controls, order processing software, warehouse control systems, and total materials handling automation.



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