General transport conveyor is designed to transport both inbound and outbound baggage throughout the terminal smoothly and efficiently.
Ansir is an Australian company founded in 1972 as an electrical engineering and contracting company. After many years as a provider of solutions to the materials handling industry, we acquired the business of long-time baggage-handling systems provider AP Morling, a company with over 30 years’ experience in the airline industry. Ansir Systems brings together the skills and experience of both companies to a single point of contact.
Every element of our systems, be it a mechanical, electrical, control or software system, can be seen in daily operation at airports worldwide, reliably sorting and transporting hundreds of thousands of bags.
Ansir Systems offers a complete product range of baggage-handling system components. Our products are engineered for dependability and maintainability, ensuring smooth operation in the harshest environments, minimising operating and maintenance costs.
Our customised turnkey solutions provide end-to-end systems, from check-in to baggage make-up and arrivals systems:
- Check-in conveyors
- Transport conveyors
- Merge conveyors
- Hold baggage screening
- Crescent pallet carousels
- Overlapping slat carousels
- Inclined carousels
Hold baggage screening
Increasing demands for airport security have seen the implementation of in-line screening systems. Ansir Systems has successfully integrated its baggage-handling systems with many of the leading explosive detection system (EDS) suppliers. Many of the EDS machines have been retrofitted to existing baggage-handling systems.
Ansir Systems understands the importance of maintaining baggage-handling operations and works closely with its clients to minimise interruptions during system upgrades.
Baggage-handling system design
Ansir Systems provides its customers with a complete service, from system concept and design to supply, installation, commissioning, training and ongoing operational and maintenance support.
Our experienced engineers develop three-dimensional conveyor system drawings to determine the optimal layouts within the available area in the terminal building.
Baggage-handling system automation
System automation is a key element in the overall acceptance of a baggage handling system. Ansir Systems liaises in detail with our clients to ensure systems operate and perform to client expectations.
Control systems, motor control centres, SCADA and PLC software for the control of the baggage handling systems is designed and commissioned by in-house engineers. This gives the customer a single point-of-contact for the design, installation and commissioning of the entire baggage-handling system.
At Ansir, we have always endeavoured to exceed client expectations with regards to quality, price and commitment to service. As a result, we have established an outstanding reputation for product reliability and durability and this is reflected in the number of repeat orders and ongoing customer relations that Ansir Systems maintains.
Our approach sees us continually strive to be at the forefront of industry standards. In-house R&D is charged with the sole focus of innovation and technological advancement.
We maintain a global vision to the running of our business and have set up a network of partnerships around the world that enables us to deliver to the highest standards, wherever our client may be.
Ansir Systems has completed projects worldwide, including in:
- South Africa
- Sultanate of Oman
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Staff and agents at Ansir Systems have recently been busy answering many enquiries from a large number of global destinations.
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Ansir Systems are engineered for dependability and maintainability, providing smooth operation in harsh environments and minimising operational and maintenance costs.
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