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Modular pallet platform upgrade

21 August 2023

Interroll has enhanced its Modular Pallet Platform (MPP) to meet demands for an increased load capacity, enhanced energy efficiency, reduced complexity of design and improved storage options for warehouse facilities.

The MPP is capable of transporting heavy pallets – with a maximum weight capacity of 1,500kg – increased from 1,200kg. Tested to 1.5 million cycles at 1,500 kg, the system has been put through its paces and proven to operate without failure to the equivalent of 3 years of average use.

With a top of roller height starting from just 95mm on some modules, the conveyor solution can be accessed by hand pallet trucks and forklift trucks, simplifying the process of loading and unloading pallets. The modular system offers a range of assembly heights and conveyor widths to fit individual customers’ specifications. The Pallet Drive conveyor is available in a space-saving flat version with an integral motor. 
To transport pallets, the MPP range includes modules such as 90-degree transfer units, and rotary turntables with encoders for accurate positioning. New advantages of transfers and turntables include simplifying the design and making installation and commissioning easier and faster. Transfer cars and stacker cranes offer a seamless interface with Interroll’s Dynamic Storage platform taking pallets from production to warehouse storage automatically.
Optimal operating temperature ranges of -28°C to +40°C mean the solution can be used in a wide variety of warehouse environments.

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