High Tech Storage System Part of Teledyne EMS’s $3.5mm Annual Savings
In a smart move, Teledyne EMS consolidates its two divisions into one location, enhancing processes and increasing productivity. A part of this move included hiring Vistamation to install a space-saving storage system utilizing Vertical Carousels featuring the Vista-Seal Door System©.
High Tech Industrial Storage System Part of Teledyne EMS’s $3.5mm Annual Savings
Teledyne EMS is a full service contract manufacturer specializing in defense, commercial aviation and industrial electronics.
With the move of Teledyne’s microelectronics division from Marina del Rey, Calif., to their 170,000-square-
“We’ve retrofitted 25,000 square feet of our facility to house the microelectronics production,”
Part of the lean processes include the implementation of a Nitrogen Purge Vertical Carousel System by Vistamation, featuring Vista-Seal Door System©, a Vistamation product. The Vista-Seal Door System© provides a means to seal the access opening of vertical carousels for the storage of electronic components and subassemblies that require a nitrogen purged environment to ensure a non-oxidizing storage media. This type of storage is essential in aviation, defense, and electronics industries.
Vertical carousels are suited for consolidating the storage of like sized parts in a small footprint. To access stored materials, the user selects a part from the control interface or through optional application software. Once selected, the carousel rotates via the shortest route and presents part at an ergonomic working height. Because the vertical carousel "footprint" occupies a relatively small area, the cubic utilization is unmatched, while inventory control and accuracy are enhanced.
Vistamation is an industrial systems integrator based in Southern California.
They have a very wide presence, shipping products throughout the world. Their offerings include advanced carousel and conveyor systems, but also more basic facilities items such as shelving &lockers.
*Source of information and photo from Manufacturing Today – Best Practices for Industry Leaders
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