Air/Water Caster Turntables

The heavy vehicle industry often has the challenge of moving their products efficiently through the factory. For this purpose, an industrial turntable can be used. This is a system that uses air caster storm water casters to rotate heavy objects.

The turntable can be built to the client’s specifications. The application possibilities are enormously wide-ranging. Just think of rotating and turning trucks, train sand cars inside the plant. Industrial turn tables using air/water casters offer an excellent solution or the storage of heavy marine cables after production.

Turntables are manufactured with an aluminium, steel or wooden top plate place don’t oak steel sub-frame. In this frame the air or water casters are mounted up sided own so that they raise this top plate and create a film of air prior to rotating.

A power drive motor rotates the table. Because the air/water casters ‘float’ the load there is little force needed to move the turntable. Due to the low building height, these turn tables can be installed easily with little modification to your current infrastructure. The turn table can be built both in to or onto the floor. Very little maintenance is needed because of the simple construction and low number of parts.

The air/water caster turntables can be equipped with:

• Power drive; to automatically rotate the turntable
• Remote controls; to control the movement from a distance
• Automated positioning; to automatically start and stop at the right position
• PLC/DCS integration; to be operated fully automatically.

BUILD HEIGHT, min.70mm/max. unlimited,

DIAMETER, in.600mm/max. unlimited, 

CAPACITY, min. 50 kg / max. unlimited,

AIR PRESSURE min. 1 bar / max. 4 bar, 

NO FLOOR REQUIREMENTS –

  • High reliability
  • Low maintenance
  • Low build height
  • Energy efficient
  • Plug and play
  • Customisation possible to fully meet the requirements
  • Can be fully integrated into your current automation systems (PLC, DCS)
  • Store heavy offshore cable after production
  • Turn trucks and trains around during production or in a distribution centre
  • Feed parts into an assembly line by turning the storage buffer
  • Turn vehicles around during shows and exhibitions
  • To rotate equipment into an EMC testing area