The designation “Exyz” describes exactly what distinguishes the storage and retrieval machine. The “E” stands for efficiency in energy consumption and performance for all three axes “x”, “y”, and “z” on which storage and retrieval machines work.
Due to the consistent use of state-of-the-art control technologies, the SRM requires only a minimum of spatial reserves. The interlocking design of the floor supports, pallet truck, and boom further enhance this benefit. This innovative boom concept from SSI SCHAEFER is unique in the market. Moving counterweights integrated into the boom can be fitted and compensate for up to two thirds of the pallet truck’s own weight. This improves performance while also decreasing the amount of energy needed. As a result, you achieve energy savings of up to 25% in comparison to conventional machines with the lifting alone. This is part of the Green Crane Technology from SSI SCHAEFER. These technologies also include:
Energy-optimized overlapping paths for multiple SRMs
Direct current coupling to the drive controller to transform the braking energy of one drive into drive energy for another motor
Return of the brake energy to the electricity supply network
Targeted speed adaptation and acceleration of the storage and retrieval machine
As with all storage and retrieval machines from SSI SCHAEFER, SSI Exyz is part of a fully automated storage system consisting of a high bay warehouse, a suitable SRM, perfectly matching conveying systems and the right software.
Ideal solution for fully automatic storage and retrieval of pallets and other large load carriers
Modular design ensures maximum reliability thanks to proven components and series and manufacturing
The highest flexibility, configured to your individual needs
Short delivery and installation times
Easy maintenance: the devices can be serviced from the ground.
Efficient energy usage: Green Logistics
Efficient geometries provide more usable storage capacity through the most compact design
Picking & handling - systems and solutions for error-free processes and efficient material flow