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Ball tables

Just place your transported goods on the ball unit table. You can check them, label them, turn them or reroute them. Work steps that are much easier to carry out using a ball unit table.
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New
GREY ball unit table
track width 400 mm, length 500 mm
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from £214.00
New
GREY ball unit table
track width 400 mm, length 1000 mm
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from £362.00
New
GREY ball unit table
track width 500 mm, length 500 mm
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from £252.00
New
GREY ball unit table
track width 500 mm, length 1000 mm
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from £445.00
New
GREY ball unit table
track width 600 mm, length 500 mm
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from £291.00
New
GREY ball unit table
track width 600 mm, length 1000 mm
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from £520.00
New
GREY ball unit table
track width 750 mm, length 500 mm
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from £339.00
New
GREY ball unit table
track width 750 mm, length 1000 mm
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from £605.00
20 items found
A welcome addition.
When is it worth having a ball unit table? Well, for example, when you work with heavy parts in production. They need to be fed into a machine non-stop. Without a transport aid, this would be a weighty undertaking. This is why there are roller conveyors and ball unit tables. The advantage of the ball rollers is that you can not only move your transported goods in one direction, but also rotate and turn them straightforwardly. Depending on the work to be done, this can make things much more flexible. Logistic processes seem inconceivable without ball transfer tables: goods being sent out in packages from distribution centres need to be moved to the next staging area in next to no time, as do suitcases at the airport. There are often more than five conveyor belts in use to reroute objects. Ball unit tables are a worthwhile add-on element for systems like this.
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