Airgonomics provides airfilm technology and machinery handling equipment for various sectors.
Our custom build facility works around the unique specifications of our individual clients, maintaining an open line of communication to ensure we have an in-depth comprehension of client requirements. Airgonomics have a range of handling equipment, including air skates, transporters, and turntables, driven by pneumatic or hydraulic power.
Various sectors including marine, commercial, industrial, and retail encounter heavy machinery and equipment throughout their daily employment. Many of these industries can be referred to as a ‘heavy industry’, due to the nature of their activities.
Repositioning or transporting these goods for a heavy industry can often prove complicated, time consuming, or pose risk to those involved.
Airgonomics provide bespoke and standard range handling equipment to overcome these obstacles, for hire or for permanent use.
With over 50 years gathering a vast expanse of knowledge within this field, Airgonomics are best positioned to engineer solutions to a range of handling difficulties.
Airgonomics provide an exhaustive service to supply various sectors with airfilm and equipment handling technology. A site survey will be undertaken by our experienced engineers to determine client requirements, before inhouse design commences in reflection of the survey conclusions. Airgonomics moreover offer installation, performed by our own personnel, to ensure equipment is properly fitted and safe to use. For ongoing maintenance, the engineers at Airgonomics supply servicing on the complete air system, including compressors.
Our airfilm equipment is designed to hold a seemingly limitless size and weight load, maintaining accuracy of positioning to within 1mm.
However, for the peace of mind of our clients, Airgonomics further supplies comprehensive warranties on equipment. Airfilm technology as designed by Airgonomics can be modified to meet the needs of a variety of sectors, including:
- Entertainment and commercial
- Power generation
- Transportation, including rail, automotive, and marine
- Laboratory research
A heavy industry is defined as such if it encounters sizable products, equipment, facilities, or processes. Heavy industry does not typically sell directly to consumers, which enables the great capital it generates. This can often involve more traditional industries, such as transportation, metallurgy, manufacturing, and construction, though the concept of a heavy industry has evolved in the last decade. Chemical engineering, including nuclear engineering, gas and oil, and specialised branches of manufacturing, such as automotive and aerospace, are now considered under the umbrella of heavy industry.
There is huge potential for automation, including movement automation, to be utilised within heavy industry; despite this, many heavy industry sectors and individual operations fail to unlock the full potential of automation. The nature of heavy industry means there are many opportunities for processes to become automated, in order to increase efficiency, safety, and reliability of output.
Some of these processes may include manufacturing and assembly operations; processing and data logging; palletising and storing of products; packaging. Movement automation can aid with the repositioning or transportation of machinery which is required for processes such as these.