Crisplant, part of BEUMER Group and a leading global supplier of automated baggage handling systems announces the launch the CrisBelt conveyor system at inter airport 2011 in Munich, Germany, from 11-14 October.
The new CrisBelt system combines standard, off-the-shelf modules with the flexibility to specify features such as the belt width, belt type, drive locations and inclines, as well as floor or ceiling mounted configurations. This modular approach enables CrisBelt to combine fast installation with a minimal footprint, reliable and quiet operation, and a reduced spares inventory.
Features such as low-friction belt guiding and tensioning, and an intelligent control system, allow CrisBelt to minimise energy consumption, whilst an optimised drive system provides high tracking and traceability rates.
"By manufacturing CrisBelt and virtually every other element of our baggage handling systems in our own in-house facilities, Crisplant is able to maintain a high level of control over build quality and delivery. This guarantee of quality and Crisplant’s proven expertise in baggage-handling technology has led to CrisBelt already being approved by international airport consultants," explains Klaus Schäfer, managing director Crisplant.
The first installation of the new CrisBelt conveyor system has been commissioned as part of a major baggage-handling system, to be designed, manufactured, supplied and integrated by Crisplant, at Eldorado International Airport, Bogotá, Colombia.
Crisplant will be in hall B5, stand 1044, at inter airport 2011, in Munich, Germany from
11-14 October, where, in addition to launching CrisBelt, the company will highlight its extensive range of integration and maintenance skills, and in-house manufacturing capabilities.
The complete Crisplant range includes tilt-tray sorters, tote-systems, DCV-systems and conveyors as well as IT and software controls. Crisplant also offers twenty years of experience in designing, manufacturing and integrating high-speed baggage handling systems for major airports around the world, as well as a proven support network for the on-going operation and maintenance of these systems.