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Industrial Applications

Industrial solutions from Magnus are up to the task. Whether superior durability, weight capacity and smooth movement – even under extreme conditions – are a must, Magnus has the right solution. Here are some items developed specifically for Industrial Markets.

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1. Bearings That Last

Magnus was invited to visit with a water bottling facility (a National company) researching a way to extend the life of current bearings used in their rotary bottle fillers. The assembly being used was comprised of two Stainless Steel bearings and two Sea

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2. Umbrella Dollie

Challenge: An amusement park was having problems deploying umbrellas within the park where needed. The dollie used to transport the six umbrellas and stands used two rigid and two swivel casters. The swivel casters would get stuck on rail

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3. Assembly Workstation

Challenge: American Ceramic Technology, Inc. (ACT) located in Escondido, CA was looking for ways to increase productivity and improve workplace ergonomics in the production of their SilflexTM radiation shielding. One of the man

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4. Honeycomb Pallet Turntable

Challenge: to improve the movement of honeycomb paper pallets down a packaging conveyor. One unusual aspect of the product movement is that some pallet packages require 90 degree rotation for proper orientation at final packaging.

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5. Damaged Floors? Here's a Solution!

Challenge: A customer was using a six caster picking cart; four swivel caster on the corners with two rigid casters in the center. The rigid caster improved tracking and control when moving long distances and turning, however it limited m

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6. Max P Palletizing Station

Challenge: A large distribution center (DC) was looking to improve workplace ergonomics. One area targeted for improvement was box palletizing. Boxes are gravity fed to a workstation with a conventional conveyor roller bed. At this workst

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7. Max Performance Conveyor Rollers – Function Where Needed

Increase throughput and productivity while improving workplace ergonomics by installing Max Performance Conveyor Rollers in your existing or new conveyor lines. Max Performance rollers solve many material handling challenges. Max Performance rollers provi

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8. Parts Bin Transfer Station

Challenge: A car manufacturer was challenged to move heavy steel parts bins between parallel in and out conveyor lines in one of their parts distribution centers. The use of a ball transfer table was not proving to be an effective solutio

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9. The Right Wheel For The Right Industry

Traditional wheels do not work in hi-temp bakeries. Bakeries roll carts into ovens. Traditional hi-temp phenolic wheels survive about 350-400°F intermittent temperatures (thirty minutes in and thirty minutes cool-off). The traditional wheels are hard

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10. Productivity and Automation Efficiency Event

2012 augurs a need for immediate solutions as part of lean best-practices. A kaizen event for distribution must start with the hand truck in the delivery cycle; it represents the obvious place for continuous process improvement, yet consistently overlooke

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11. Modex 2012: Rotacaster makes manual movement of loads safer, faster and easier.

Designed with a multi-directional wheel known as the Rotacaster, the four-wheel hand truck rotates easily in small spaces and can actually move loads sideways. According to Peter McKinnon, managing director for Rotacaster, this innovative design can overc

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12. Rotacaster Profiled In Modern Materials Handling

Rotacaster makes manual movement of loads safer, faster and easier according to Lorie King Rogers, Associate Editor at Modern Materials Handling. Rogers noted during MODEX 2012 Rotacaster Wheel (Booth 3520) welcomed attendees to a hands-on demonstration a

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13. Distribution 2012: Hand Truck Efficiency Drives Supply Chain Solutions

The North American distribution and logistics industry is valued at more than $300 billion and will experience even more growth in 2012. The value chain for the production, distribution, and sale of food, beverage and other merchandise indicate that produ

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14. Factory Safety Management Article

15. Anti Static White Paper

16. MODEX 2014 - North America's Biggest Supply Chain and Logistics Expo

Magnus Mobility and Rotacaster Wheel Pty showcased the Rotatruck at MODEX 2014. The Rotatruck is a perfect example of the Rotacaster wheels ability to transform and improve the functionality of a product that has done the same thing in the same manner for

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17. Rotatruck - For Compressed Gas Cylinder Handling

The Challenge: Leading Australian compressed gas manufacturer BOC, a division of Linde, introduced a new high capacity G3 cylinder and needed to improve user handling practices, increase productivity and deliver the best possible ergonomic and safety outc

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18. Gas Springs for a Wine Cellar

Looking for a unique solution to assist opening and holding open a door or lid? SunCoast Property Renovations in Jacksonville, FL found just that for a Wine Cellar staircase by using a Stabilus Lift-O-Mat.

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