Supersized Robimat 99 vender from Sielaff

01 August 2008 by
Supersized Robimat 99 vender from Sielaff

Robimat 99 is the biggest version yet of Sielaff's line of glass-fronted vending machines.

They use robotic arms and conveyor belt systems to safely dispense delicate items such as carbonated soft drinks and glass-packed products in just 10 seconds.

Each of the five shelves, which have four double containers, can display up to eight bottles of up to 500ml in capacity, or six larger sports-style bottles.

The belt moves the product to the collection basket and then on to the cushioned delivery carousel.

The machine is available in two formats based on security level, each featuring tilting shelves and low-energy LED lighting.

The EC models provide multi-layer glass doors; stainless-steel operating panels with locking lever protection; locked delivery shutters that open only to allow products to be vended and twin-door access systems to separate product areas from the cash box sections.

The high-security version adds multi-layer security glass with an intermediate PC-film; an anti-vandalism panel made from 15 PET-Gplate; a lockable cash box, and coin-insert slide and change return drum.

To buy it, call 01992 743010Sielaff UK

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