Vidir Textile Carousel
This is the Vidir Textile Carosel, otherwise known as the Home Deot carousel, Vinyl Carousel or Carpet Carousel. You’ll see these units in Lowe’s and Home Depot. They have rows of carpet, rows of vinyl. Usually a store has three of them, side by side by side and a cutter. We make the cutter for them as well, slides back and forth so they can cut product, unwind products. We also sell these to customers for, Awning Companies, Window Shade manufacturers, Upholstery, Boat Upholstery, Car Upholster, anything you can think of, pool covers, wrestling matt companies, Turf Field Companies, you name it.
If there’s a product, a roll and these these these carousels go to you, this is probably Vidir’s number one selling product because it’s got so many different places that utilize it and they’re very cheap.
The system can be anywhere shipped and installed, probably 15, 16 to 30 thousand dollars to get to get one pretty loaded up. So anything on a roll? A couple of things I need to quote it. I need to know the length of the roll. I need to know the outside max outside diameter of the roll in the course size and the weight to the roll and their ceiling height so that that outside diameter of the role in this picture, these are all probably twelve inches here.
That lets us know how many how far to space the chain out for the carriers, so let us know how many we can get within, say, Sensa or 17 feet.
We can get twenty eight rolls and 17 feet if you bump up from a 12 inch outside diameter roll to an 18 inch instead of, you know, I mean, say you can get 20 or 22. Now we’re looking at 16 because we want bigger on the spacing. So those are the things I need from you. If you have a customer interested in road goods,
I’ll send you an email and say, this is what I need, the specs on the roll and the ceiling height and then it’s pretty easy from there. We have a few options.
That are pretty popular on this carousel heads up here, down here, and lots of pretty largely spaced ones, so that’s from pretty big roles.
Most of the time of textiles are running onto a cutting table. So we do have a cutting board can. So we do have varying intention collars we could see which control the tension of which the the role will unwind at. So that’s a good option. We sell centerin cones to keep the product dead centered on the on the carrier. So it’s not moving around as they’re pulling off of it onto a cutting table.
There’s a lot of options here.
I say that one of the trickiest to sell because there are so many options. But if you give me the the specs of the rolls, we can work together and get them coated and we sell a lot of raw goods. As the number one selling product they’re usually customers are buying multiple of them. Here’s here’s one we just recently did there, where there’s two side by side, both working on a cutting table on their products on there.
So in this case, where they’re loading from the front, we’ll put the rear controls on the back so the customer can load the rows from the back and unload from the front on the cutting table here.
So that way you’re not stepping in front of that cutting table to load each fraud button right up to the castle, all the loading and unloading the rolls with these on the back. And then the unwinding for the cutting will get done in the front of these units. But you name it for the customer, anybody that has something on rotgut pool cover companies, coal mining companies, a lot of vinyl sign manufacturers, obviously the home hardware stores, all kinds of all kinds of places.
Contractors have bought them.
Schools have bought them for wrestling. That’s for their for the wrestling department. Museums buy them for their rolled up carpets, you name it. And so keep that in mind. Manufacturers of finished textile products like convertible tops, boat covers, canopies and awnings all have a question in common. How do you store and handle rolls of fabric efficiently? Textile fabric rolls can be a challenge to store and organize poor storage organization and inventory management can take up precious manufacturing and production resources, hampering productivity and resulting in longer delivery times, leading to a decline in employee morale and customer satisfaction.
Textile vertical storage carousels are a smart way to optimize your business with more organization and floor space to enhance productivity, improve employee morale and ultimately quicker and better service to your customers.
Depending on your building’s height and fabric roll size, the carousels will store as many as 32 rolls of fabric, optimizing your building’s footprint.
But the vertical storage carousel is not just a fabric storage solution. It interfaces with cutting equipment to enhance your entire production flow and throughput with the push of a button rolls of fabric smoothly and quietly rotate to line up and feed into fabric, cutting machinery to eliminate additional handling steps in time, the textile carousels require virtually no maintenance, and some businesses have experienced a return on their investment in as little as eight to 12 months. For more information on how you can streamline your business using vertical storage carousels for storing and handling rolls of textiles and fabric calls today at one 800 eight zero three one zero eight three.