Stronger Modular Handling

July 29, 2014 by Kirsty Adams
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The new Graphit system from Trilogiq comprises a complete set of composite, aluminium and stainless-steel components including tubes, connectors and roller beds that can be assembled into adaptable trolleys, racks and other bespoke structures to stock, store and transport items in a wide range of industries and applications.

The components are up to 86% lighter than conventional steel-based modular systems, produce stronger joints and are resistant to liquids, contaminants and corrosion.

Graphit is the first fully-reusable system of its kind which means users can maintain maximum efficiency in evolving environments while achieving excellent value and rapid return on investment.

The system is exclusively available in the UK from the Tube and Bracket Company and is ideal for applications in the automotive, aerospace, electronic and general engineering sectors.

Graphit is the result of more than two years of research and development at Trilogiq and builds on the company’s experience in devising ergonomic modular lean manufacturing logistics systems since 1992. It complements Trilogiq’s existing steel-based LeanTek range while offering a number of time, weight and cost saving advantages.

Graphit connectors are manufactured in a range of colours from composite materials including carbon fibre and are up to 60% lighter than comparable steel components. The VeryGrip coupling mechanism incorporates high performance thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) which provides a highly accurate and secure grip which cannot be over-tightened and does not damage or mark the tube or the joint. All components can be reused as often as required without affecting the structural integrity or appearance of the installation. Graphit is the only system of its kind that offers these benefits.

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