Container Loading System (CLS) baggage lifter
Load speed: 10 bags/minute
Lifting height: 100-1840 mm
Lift capacity: standard up to 40 kg
The original Container Loading System (CLS) has been developed by Lifts All Airport Handling Solutions in cooperation with experienced baggage loaders at Stockholm-Arlanda Airport. Powered solely by compressed air, it is a fast, ergonomic and durable extension of the user’s arm and a revolution for baggage handling between the conveyor belt and the ULD. Essentially the CLS is a lifting table that cannot only lift bags. It can also easily be adapted for postal bags or carton boxes, just to mention a few other objects.
Baggage container loading made easy
Successful tests have shown that the user easily learns how to use the baggage handling system, due to its instinctive way. The user also quickly realizes that he or she soon benefits by the fact that no bending of the back or other awkward positions are needed and therefore still feel fit after a day – or a week – of work. The Container Loading System works great on both hard and soft baggage, which can easily be moved from the belt into the container, where it is smoothly placed with exact precision, in the most space-efficient way. Heavy lifts are simply a memory with the Container Loading System.
Lifting table adaptable to all workplaces
The installation of the Container Loading System is simple. It can be mounted in rails in the ceiling or on the floor, depending on your wishes and the assigned work area. Different types of carts or containers are not a problem. Neither does it matter if it is a moving carousel or a lateral on the other side. Speed, durability and ergonomics – the CLS’ got it.
Loading from a moving carousel to different containers is easy with the Container Loading System. In this example view the handler is standing on a platform and the containers are placed on roller deck tables.
The CLS is versitile and quick in function. The height of the operating table is easily adjusted and can be used for loading from both high and low laterals into different containers.