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    Our Wheel Gate WG155 merges with our Top Mover TM150 or TM153 installed on the mobile robot MiR100 or MiR200 to receive or deliver an object, connecting the mobile robot with production lines and storage systems.

    An integrated stop function and manually controlled wheels on the gate make it easy for employees or the mobile robot to push for example boxes to the pickup point or into the production line, to further automate internal logistics and increase the productivity.

    The modules offered by Nord Modules are available in the FLEX, BASIC and SLIM series. The gate modules of the SLIM series possess the smallest footprint possible and are suitable for projects with severe space constraints. Also, they offer great modularity as 3 or 5 fingers can be assembled and hence deliver flexibility in terms of load sizes – depending on the TopMover in use (TM150 or TM153).

    Your key benefits

    • Simple and fast assembly process - providing a complete solution in combination with our TM150 or TM153.
    • The small footprint makes the module suitable for deployments with severe space constraints.
    • Safe transportation due to adjustable brake plates designed to always ensure the optimal and secure placement of the object on the gate.
    • Reliable and cost-efficient connection of the mobile robots MiR100 and MiR200 with production lines and storage systems.
    • Optimization internal logistics receiving heavy payloads of up to 153 kg / 338 lbs, freeing staff from handling heavy items.


    Gate dimensions (LWH):

    Drop off & pick up area:

    Handling capacity:



    1005 x 585 x 540 mm

    39.6 x 23 x 21 in

    800 x 600 mm
    31″ x 24″

    MiR100: 53kg/117lbs MiR200: 150 kg/338 lbs

    RAL 7035

    SLIM (modular: 3 or 5 fingers)

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    Product sheet - WG155 DE.pdf pdf 2 Aug 2019 217.61 KB Download
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    • Assembly video of WG155

      2 Aug 2019