SafeFlo Technologies
Deep-lane, dynamic storage system

High-density storage system uses controlled gravity or power to induce the movement of loads

Using controlled gravity or power to induce the movement of loads, a controlled flow, high-density dynamic storage system by SafeFlo Technologies is ideal for either first-in/first-out (FIFO) or last-in/first-out (LIFO) applications.

The system handles both palletized/containerized or pallet-less loads on slip sheets. The structure uses fewer moving parts and can interface with automated storage and retrieval systems.

Capable of providing deep-lane storage, it also works in -10°F freezers.

ProMat 2013—Booth 4256

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SafeFlo Technologies
11024 War Admiral Dr.
Union, Kentucky 41091
Tel: 1 (866) 266-5887
www.safeflotech.com


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