Any conveyor in which one or more chains act as the conveying element. A British term for trolley conveyor.
A series of cars attached to and propelled by an endless chain or other linkage running on the horizontal or a slight incline.
A continuous platform or series of spaced platforms which move in a circular or elliptical horizontal path. Note: The term "carousel" has been applied to other forms of conveyors such as car type and pallet type.
The maximum pounds, or the maximum load in pounds at a given load center, that a truck can safely transport and/or stack to a specified height.
The area within a facility or warehouse devoted to the placement of large, greater than loose-issue quantities of items, or in which each single item is too large to be placed in a bin storage location.
Full and unbroken containers of supplies. Bulk storage can involve piles of raw material (stone), tanks (oil), silos (sand), and similar on-site methods of containing homogeneous commodities.
A bar code symbol that permits reading in complementary (2) directions.
The ability to read data successfully whether the scanning motion is left to right or right to left.
A material flow path over which material flow takes place in two opposite directions.