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Automatic Transport Systems

Transport and automation options in cleanrooms in the life science industry are usually a technical challenge. 

The requirements for technology and hygiene for transport systems of class A + B as well as in sample train cabins and filling plants are very high.

Ortner has a selection of solutions for the automated infeed and outfeed process. Special solutions depending on the customer's situation are possible at any time.

For example, hordes can be automatically fed into pharmaceutical companies every minute via special tunnel systems. The safety concept is also at the forefront of these projects. Of course, all elements of the conveyor solutions comply with the applicable cGMP guidelines.


 To the left and right along a long plate run rails. On these are evenly spaced black rollers. At the very front, a rectangular plate rests on these rollers, which consists of a frame and four narrow strips.
 In the middle of a narrow room are rails on which rests a plate, the surface of which consists of four beams. The rails lead into an airlock, the door of which is open at the top.
 In the middle of a narrow room are rails on which rests a plate, the surface of which consists of four beams. The rails lead into an airlock, the door of which is open at the top.
 In the left wall, two glass panes are installed at the back towards the corner. Along the wall is a silver long table divided into a closed and an open area. The open area is a conveyor belt made of silver rods with white rollers at the ends. At the last piece towards the end of the room, there is a white flat plate. Just before the end of the room, there is a box that reaches about halfway up the room. The conveyor belt leads into this box through the door that is open at the top. Above the box, a thick silver pipe leads upward. It makes a bend just before the ceiling and eventually leads into the wall. On the right side of the table is a glass wall hanging from above, reaching to about the middle of the height of the room. Translated with (free version)

The fact that automation in process plants, isolators or production-related equipment has always had a high priority in the pharmaceutical industry is nothing new and is part of the custom of good plants.

In the extended production environment, automated transport systems are not yet part of everyday equipment. The trend also in the run- up to production plants and systems with a high degree of automation and digitization is clearly visible.

Whether automated logistics systems from storage areas or feeds to test train weighing and mixing stations, or the combination of transport systems with robots, or the use of AGV "Automated Guided Vehicle" systems, we at Ortner deal with all techniques of this kind. Very competent partners from our networks support us in challenging tasks.

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Ortner PLUS

  • Automated solutions for GMP use
  • Special hygienic design for use in class A + B areas
  • Increased process reliability and productivity
  • GMP suitability of all elements and designs used
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