TRANSNORM is a leading global manufacturer of high-performance modules for baggage handling systems. As the world market leader in belt curve technology, we have taken things one step further to achieve "Global Excellence for Airports". Our products portfolio has been developed especially for baggage handling, and ranges from the vertical line diverter VertiSwitchTM, the angled belt conveyors merger/diverter to lifts, ploughs and right up to spiral chutes.
With more than 100,000 modules installed worldwide at over 300 airports, including the world’s top 30 airports, TRANSNORM has more than 40 years of experience in the field of conveyor equipment technology for baggage handling systems.
Our products portfolio has been developed especially for baggage handling applications, and ranges from:
the Global Airport Curve
the vertical line diverter VertiSwitch TS 6610
the angled belt conveyor merger/diverter TS 6200
the VC 51
and plough TS 6500FH
to the spiral chutes.
TRANSNORM Global Airport Curve
The TRANSNORM Global Airport Curve is the product of consistent focus on the needs of operators and integrators of baggage handling systems and thus fulfills the highest standards in performance and reliability.
Thanks to the holistic design concept, the Global Airport Curve achieves best-in-class ratings in terms of energy consumption, quiet running and maintenance friendliness. This results in exceptionally low life-cycle costs and thus high efficiency.
Angled-belt conveyor (merging / diverting)
The TRANSNORM TS 6200 FH is a belt conveyor with an angled terminal at one end allowing product to feed onto or discharge from a main line at 30° or 45°.
Using a single width belt and small diameter fixed-position terminal pulleys, it is possible to handle a wide variety of products. The conveyor is available in either merge or divert versions.
Transnorm System GmbH
Phone: +49 5127 402-0
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