Find out how Axelent's safety solutions and products have been used to help customers worldwide
6 km of X-Tray Lights London's Motorway Bridge
When the only motorway bridge spanning the River Thames was due an upgrade to energy saving LED lighting, Lasnek Ltd provided the perfect solution using Axelent G type trays. The Queen Elizabeth II river crossing is located 28 km East of down town London and links the M25 London orbital motorway. With approximately 185,000 vehicles crossing everyday, the 3 km suspension bridge is a major part of London’s transport infrastructure.
Pallets are transported on powered rollers and accumulate automatically without touching, ensuring loads are not damaged and no shunting can occur. Being powered, the system is safer than a gravity system and generally requires less space. The accumulation technology is mechanical with simple, reliable controls.
The Doomsday Vault - humankind's backup storage, with X-Guard as its protector
By 2050 the world’s population is forecast to reach ten billion. At the same time, climate change is an increasing threat to global food production. Buried deep in the Arctic permafrost lies the ultimate insurance policy for the world’s food supply. The Doomsday Seed Vault is the world’s safest seed bank, built to withstand natural disasters and nuclear warfare.
British Warehouse with high ceiling and specially developed solutions
Axelent Ltd had to pause for thought when the assignment to supply mesh panels, vertical electric doors and plating to one of the world’s largest pharmacies landed on their drawing board. The result is a bespoke solution in which new safety demands gave rise to new experiences and approaches.