The MPC-Compact archive has been explicitly designed to allow the fullest exploitation of environments and premises dedicated to archival, document and/or book repository.
The MPC-Compact archival system (in its electromechanical version) is compliant with the current Machinery Directive (2006/42/EC). Moreover, thanks to the special technical solutions characterizing the product, it fully complies with the Regulation on Work Environment Health and Safety (D.Lgs. 81/08).
The MPC-COMPACT archival system has been designed to conform to the strictest safety regulations and be inherently safe to operate, both under the aspect of the current safety and health regulations, intended to preserve the working staff, and the preservation of the mechanical components.
The maneuvering hand-wheel crank, placed on the system’s front panel, through its internal movement and gearbox allows axially moving the whole carriage.
By operating the safety piston lock, which comes bundled with all systems, it is possible to prevent the crank rotation, thereby also preventing any axial movement of the carriage itself. This device is very useful whenever more than one person has access to the system at the same time, since it prevents the accidental movement of the carriage.
ELECTRICAL movement group
The MPC-COMPACT archival system (in its electromechanical version) is compliant with Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC and subsequent modifications; moreover, thanks to the special technical solutions characterizing the product, it fully complies with the regulations on work environment health and safety (D.Lgs. 81/08).
On the front side of the carriage, a motor kit is installed externally to the upright cover, that contains all gears and couplings necessary for the axial movement of the carriage itself.
Rotaie Le vie di corsa delle ruote sono realizzate in lamiera zincata avente uno spessore di 15/10 (1,5 mm.) in modo da non creare un ingombro che provochi inciampo agli operatori. La rotaia di guida è posizionata solo sul lato posteriore dell’impianto, questo fa si che non sia necessario utilizzare pedane di livellamento di solito realizzate in materiale legnoso, riducendo così il rischio di incendi.
The 150-mm high document holder elements are made out of C-section coated steel sheet, riveted to the front panel of the cart.
The front panel is made out of flat coated steel sheet with minimum thickness 10/10, anchored to the shelving uprights and sealing the shelving front closed; there are also the hoods covering the motor group, comprising all the mechanical components that allow the shelving to slide laterally by manually cranking the hand-wheel located on the shelving front panel.
The back panel is made out of flat coated steel sheet same as the front panel described above, and it is anchored to the shelving uprights to strengthen the carriage structure and provide a suitable closure.
Sliding doors (optional)
The edge carriages in each system may be equipped with sliding doors rail-fitted on ball bearings. The doors are made out of boxed steel sheet 12/10 mm thick. The sturdy sliding rails installed at both top and bottom, and the vertical shutter edge, are also made out of boxed steel sheet suitably designed to account for the sliding panel inertia. The upper edge of the doors is equipped with suitable sliding wheels in high-durability plastic material, fitted on ball bearings, in order to ensure an easy, smooth slide and optimum durability. The steel sheet used for the doors is painted using the same process employed for all other components.
The doors come equipped with a Yale-type safety lock allowing to completely close the archival system when it is not in use.
The MPC-COMPACT archival system has been designed to conform to the strictest safety regulations and be inherently safe to operate, both under the aspect of the current safety and health regulations, intended to preserve the working staff, and the preservation of the mechanical components. The MPC-Compact system is also equipped with fixed protections secured to the carriage structures themselves.