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ENGINEERED SYSTEMS
AUTOMATED DRY-DOCK BOAT STORAGE/RETRIEVAL SYSTEM
BRIDGE CRANE
Products
• Electromotive Systems IMPULSE®•G+/VG+ Series 2
Adjustable Frequency Drives
• Telemotive telePilot Radio Remote Controls • Magnetek Festoon Systems
• Allen-Bradley PLC and HMI
• Laser Positioning Systems
• RFID technology
The System
An automated dry dock boat storage system utilizing an overhead bridge crane. The facility accommodates 125 boats up to 52 feet in length. The automated crane eliminates the need for fork trucks to store
and retrieve boats. While fork trucks emit soot and grease which gets on the boats and can damage
the hulls, the automated bridge crane operates quietly and cleanly, which is good for the residential community in which it resides. The automated crane controls are located at ground level for easy access. An Allen-Bradley HMI is programmed to display the occupancy status of each storage location and to key in information relative to new boats being entered into the system. A teach function is also provided to initialize new boats into the storage-retrieval system.
AUTOMATED LUMBER HANDLING CRANE SYSTEM
PULP/PAPER/FILMS APPLICATIONS
Products
• Electromotive Systems IMPULSE®•G+/VG+ Series 2
Adjustable Frequency Drives
• PulseStar Radio Remote Controls
• Hoist and Trolley Synchronization Controls • Bridge Anti-skew Controls
• Hoist Anti-sway Controls
• Allen-Bradley PLC
• Laser Positioning Systems
The System
Two automated lumber handling bridge cranes, installed in two different facilities. Each crane contains two trolleys and utilizes Magnetek’s Hoist Synchronization Software, Trolley Synchronization, Bridge Anti-skew Control, and Hoist Anti-sway Control. The cranes are automatically dispatched between the train unload area, the lumber storage locations, an outbound loading area, and a saw used to shorten the bundles as needed. These automated overhead solutions eliminate the need for fork trucks, thus reducing the spacing between aisles and doubling the storage capacity of the facility.
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