6.2 The mechanical assist handle shall be of a three spoke ergonomic design. The transfer of power from the handle to the drive shaft is chain driven.
- All mechanical assist systems are moved by means of a chain and sprocket reduction drive system.
6.4 All chains and sprockets are concealed for safety. The gearing mechanism is easily accessible and able to accept different sprockets depending on weight changes.
A. All chain tension adjustment plates to be concealed and tamper proof.
7.0 Gear ratio is to be 9;1
7.1 There is no "play" in the drive handle at any time and the carriage will stop without drifting when operation of the handle is terminated on all leveled systems.
8.0 Finished Steel End Panels
8.1. Panel to be 1.5” deep construction
8.2 Panel to be to cover the full height and width of shelving unit.
SAFETY FEATURES / Handle
- All carriages are equipped with a push/pull safety handle parking lock as a standard feature. The lock, when engaged, utilizes a (reinforced) dual pin insertion concept that will expose a red indicator to show the carriage is in the lock down mode.
9.1 Mechanical handle to have a center knob locking feature that when press activated would insert ( 2 ) pin locking points. Single pinned locks unacceptable. A.Hand wheel mounting: Handle to be installed to a steel chain guard housing ndependently from the end panel
- Mechanical handle shall be equipped with three rotating ball knobs to allow for ease of movement.
9.3 Carriage end stops are provided for systems without stationary units.
- A "safety space" is provided between end panels by the use of 3/4" carriage bumpers; this provides protection for the fingers of those using the system and provides a positive stop for all carriages.
ATTACHMENT OF SHELVING
10.0 Carriage construction is designed to facilitate the secure anchoring of most all shelving styles to the carriages with high performance vibration proof tek screws.