MAX now also defies sub-zero temperatures

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MAX now also defies sub-zero temperatures

Mobile workstation from ACD for refrigerated storage areas

Independent working throughout the warehouse environment: With the MAX mobile workstation, developed by ACD Group, this is already a reality in hundreds of companies. Now the functional range of the MAX has been extended to include deep-freeze applications. The flexible helper can cope with temperatures as low as -18.4 degrees Fahrenheit and if necessary accompany the employee outside even in winter. Whether in incoming goods, quality assurance or stocktaking, the MAX works independently of the power supply and thus saves long walking times. “Numerous customers who were already using our MAX wanted to be able to use the mobile workstation in cold storage or deep-freeze areas as well,” explains ACD Managing Director Andreas Zwißler. “As so often happens, this customer feedback provided the impetus to develop a new version. The deep freeze version completes our product range,” continues Zwißler. A total of five versions of the MAX are now available to customers. The equipment is easy to select using a modular system or working with our sales team.

The aluminum base frame with compact dimensions of 44 x 22 x 23 inches is the same for all mobile stand-up workstations, but that is essentially the only thing they have in common. There are various device variants to choose from. ACD offers the MAX TK US as a basic version with 2 AGM batteries, 12 V/60 Ah. At the same time, the new member of the MAX family is just as durable as its predecessors and can be expanded with all equipment options: For example, ACD offers tray or brackets for scanner and monitor. In addition, the deep freeze version can of course also be fitted with table plates of variable or fixed height or drawers and swivel plates. Additional equipment including a charger, pen and coffee cup holder and waste paper basket rounds off the MAX kit.

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