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The agricultural sector requires an increasingly widespread, fast and performing service, able to satisfy all farmer customers, especially when the latter cannot wait long for a spare part.

Fast delivery of spare parts is of utmost importance to customers. Seeders, spaders, hoes, sprinklers, tractors, shredders: different products and brands mean many different spare parts and parts.

Storing agricultural components in the Modula vertical and horizontal automatic warehouses

There is only one way to have pieces always ready just in time and stocks under control: by using the Modula automated warehouse.

This Modula product is to be imagined as a vertical tower that can reach up to 16 meters in height made up of many trays containing numerous items and spare parts. To reach the drawers it will no longer be necessary to use stairs, mezzanines or trolleys, but a simple touch on the Copilot console in the withdrawal bay will be sufficient.

This is the principle of goods to man: the operator will no longer have to waste time walking for kilometers along the warehouse in search of items. The movement in question is similar to that of an elevator: the drawers slide along the entire height to arrive directly in the vicinity of the operator.

Modula, in this way, allows you to store all the items in one place.

The height of the building is exploited to free the surface occupied on the ground.

• 16 meters maximum height
• 90,000 kg of total capacity
• 990 kg capacity of a single tray

Those who have already chosen a Modula warehouse have decided to store in it all the spare parts or components for agricultural, forestry and gardening machinery such as: batteries, cardans, protections, crosses, forks, hoes, filters, bearings, belts. , oil seals, lubricants, greases, hardware items, binders and electric scissors for pruning, gardening, agricultural modeling.

The Modula automatic warehouses handle unbalanced tray loads without problems and dynamically calculate the load heights, arranging the drawers so that there are no empty spaces between one drawer and another.

The operators work in a fixed location, without moving around the warehouse, climbing, using ladders or stools. The workstation is ergonomic, based on the concept of goods to man, thus avoiding bending and lifting.

In addition, the operator, working in the bay, interacts only with the drawer and with no other moving part of the machine. The entire machine is protected by safety photocells and sensors to avoid approaching moving parts.