Types of Material Handling Equipment
From machines that recycle wood waste to conveyor belts and forklifts, warehouses have many types of material handling equipment. For this reason, the systems your organization puts in place to protect workers must also be varied. Keep reading to learn about the material handling equipment and safety devices commonly found in warehouses and similar workplaces.
Types of Material Handling Transport Equipment
Material handling equipment helps move goods between short distances around a warehouse to improve the efficiency and productivity—all while maximizing profits. There are four categories of warehouse transport equipment that aim to achieve these goals, each with their own unique functionality.
Flat belt conveyor
|Magnetic belt conveyor
Troughed belt conveyor
|Jib crane||Bridge crane||Gantry crane||Stacker crane|
|Counterbalanced lift truck
Narrow-aisle straddled truck
Narrow-aisle reach truck
Personnel and burden carrier
Automatic guided vehicle
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Improper use of material handling equipment like the ones listed above can be a true hazard for both the people working in the warehouse, as well as your property and inventory. Between preventing damages to the infrastructure and accidental injuries, installing safety solutions around your inventory and property can reduce these risks significantly.
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Did you know that there are 23,000 on the job injuries every day, in the United States alone? Or that damage from forklift collisions often requires multiple, expensive repairs?
Download this guide to learn about ways to prevent these incidents and the consequences of failing to act.