Regal Beloit has introduced the Modsort Trident, a three-way sortation system. It has a four-zone infeed that gaps a product, reads the package, and sends it down a belt, where it then diverts left, right or straight on a 30-deg. spur-curve to one of three sorting locations.
Modsort technologies include the Modsort Station (individual transfer), Modsort Derivatives (with expanded sort capacity), and Flat Sorter Systems (with a complete mobile and expandable solution). The Modsort Trident includes additional mechanical variations to this turnkey solution.
The Modsort Trident is suitable as a secondary sortation station in a fulfillment center and works with parcel post, e-commerce and warehouse distribution applications. The system can accommodate up to 50 cartons per minute on average, with a weight limit of 50 lb. It uses a 34-in. wide (between frame) x 66-in. long triple-belt divert for polybags, boxes, flats, and some types of totes.
Modsort Trident technology uses 24V DC power and requires only a simple power drop and Ethernet connection to the user’s warehouse management solution. It is designed to be mobile (the unit comes on heavy-duty casters) and can be redeployed if needed to another location.
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