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Racking and Loading Trolley Systems

As a system provider for airlock and decontamination systems, Ortner also offers various shelving and loading systems for airlocks and autoclaves.

All systems are designed to allow ergonomic and flexible handling.

 In the foreground on the right is a small silver table on four casters. About halfway up, is a plate. The upper part itself has no plate, but a frame. On the left frame, a curved bar goes up at both corners and then together in the middle, forming a large handle. A little further forward and at the two front corners small rods go up, on which again a frame is attached. At the point where the large handle is, the top frame is open. At both ends there is a red lever. In the background of this small table, stands a scale consisting of rods. The lower part consists of two rods, at the end of which rollers are attached. The two rods are connected by a longer rod, which is attached centrally. Also centrally on these two rods goes up another long rod per rod. Shelves are mounted here at equal intervals, which consist of many thin bars.
 On the left is a trolley on rollers. The upper and lower compartments are empty. Behind it on the right is a taller cart on casters. On both compartments are large glass bottles with blue liquid.
A trolley consisting of bars. The lower part consists of two bars, at the end of which are attached rollers. The two rods are connected by a longer rod, which is attached centrally. Also centrally on these two bars goes up another long bar per bar. Shelves are mounted here at equal intervals, consisting of many thin rods. Something stands or hangs on each floor. At the top are two white buckets lying on their sides. Below that, hanging from the bars in three rows are six clear small bags with gray round plastic pieces. Below that hang six small plastic bags with stacks of small cans. Next to them hang and lie white fabrics wrapped in plastic. Below them hang again in three rows six transparent small bags with gray round plastic parts. On the last level, in the foreground, hang side by side transparent plastic bags with white fabric. Behind them hang small transparent plastic bags with white rolls.
 In one chamber there is a trolley made of rods. At the bottom you can see a rod with rollers attached to the end. In the middle of this bar goes up a long rod. Shelves are mounted here at equal intervals, consisting of many thin rods. On each floor stands or hangs something. At the very top lies a white bucket. Below it, you can see six transparent small bags with gray round plastic parts. Below that, you can see three small plastic bags with stacks of small cans hanging. Next to it hangs a white cloth wrapped in plastic. Below that again you can see six transparent small bags with gray round plastic parts. On the last level, a plastic bag with a white fabric hangs on the right side. To the left of it hang small transparent plastic bags with white rolls.

Shelf Loading System

Loading system consists of an upper carriage and an undercarriage in pharmaceutical grade design with antistatic rollers.

Depending on the design of the airlock, the upper carriage can be inserted into the airlock and unloaded again via an integrated rail system without contact with the floor.

Loading Trolley System

The loading trolley is designed as a compact tray system.

Loading is carried out via several compartment elements, whereby attention has also been paid here to the smallest possible support surfaces for the containers.

Ortner Plus Symbolgrafik

Ortner PLUS

  • Designed as a compact tray system
  • Loading takes place via several compartment elements, whereby attention has also been paid here to the best possible support surfaces for the containers

Technical Data Shelf Loading System

Material pick- up device
Stainless steel 1.4301 or 1.4404, surfaces Ra <0.8μm, electropolished (optional)
Castors
Easily maneuverable abrasion- free swivel castors
Top carriage
Shelf and hanging system that can be loaded from both sides

Technical Data Shelf Loading System

Material pick- up device
Stainless steel 1.4301 or 1.4404, surfaces Ra <0.8µm, electropolished (optional)
Castors
Easily maneuverable abrasion- free swivel castors
Loading situation
Possible via racking system

Racking and loading trolley systems

Ergonomic and flexible handling