AmbaFlex - Elevating customers to new heights!

AmbaFlex - Elevating customers to new heights!

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As businesses continue to expand, the demand for facilities accommodating growth rises, especially in the logistics sector, leading to a surge in building heights. Seamless and reliable transport between multiple floors becomes crucial to ensure smooth operations.

The need for reliable spiral conveyors capable of reaching extreme heights has witnessed a significant upswing. In a recent project, a customer required several tall spiral conveyors, with the tallest one reaching an impressive height of 52 meters. These conveyors needed to integrate with various in and out feeds, connecting all relevant floors. With such towering heights, choosing the right technology becomes increasingly vital.

One essential factor is leveraging ultra low-friction technology, which enhances uptime by minimizing wear on the machine and minimizing its impact on overall operations. Additionally, compactness plays a significant role in the design of these machines, ensuring they can fit into spaces where other equipment cannot.

Among the spiral conveyors that perfectly meet these requirements is the AmbaFlex SVj configuration. Its innovative design eliminates unnecessary add-ons, effectively reducing its footprint. The patented Triple-E technology guarantees minimal friction, resulting in optimal uptime and reduced maintenance needs. Furthermore, AmbaFlex offers the convenient 1-minute-maintenance program, ensuring any necessary maintenance is swiftly executed to minimize downtime.

AmbaFlex spiral conveyor 52 meters high
Spiral conveyor reaching for the stars © AmbaFlex

Thanks to this unique combination of features, AmbaFlex successfully delivered two spiral conveyors effortlessly fitting into a repurposed elevator shaft, including one towering at 52 meters. The project demonstrates AmbaFlex's commitment to overcoming height challenges while providing efficient and reliable vertical transport solutions

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