Armstrong’s Linear Sorter is the Storage Solution You Need

Finding the right storage solution might take some time, but it is worth the wait. However, Armstrong is here to cut it short and deliver the only storage solution that you will ever need. As an order fulfilment or delivery business, storing the goods, retrieving them, and packaging them in quick succession is necessary. Manually sorting through the endless products is a drain on your resources, and this is where thelinear sortercomes in.

What Makes the Linear Sorter Versatile?

Thelinear sortermight be the simplest sorter system you will come across, but it exceeds expectations with its efficiency. At Armstrong, the goal is to innovate existing sorter and retrieval systems to deliver a little something extra. With the shoe sorter system here, the design is carefully made to sort and distribute products without delay or error.


When it comes to e-commerce warehouses or other delivery businesses, errors in delivery can negatively impact the brand image and customer satisfaction. Armstrong’s sorter guarantees not only the elimination of mistakes but also promises a boost in the bottom line of the business.

Benefits of Armstrong’s Linear Sorter

  • Excellent throughput rate

  • Better cost-efficiency

  • Improved order accuracy

  • Automatic weight registration for detailed inventory

  • Easier loading of packages

  • 100% accurate sorting

Trust in Armstrong

Making a choice about the sorter system in your warehouse needs thinking. Along with experts, you need to consider the type of packages you deal with, the density of storage, the throughput rate required, and so many other criteria before you can land on the ASRS that is right for you. Alinear sorteris versatile in more ways than one, and it can be the easiest solution to all your storage pains.


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FAQ's


There are three major factors to consider before settling on a sorting system. You need to think of the items that will be placed on the conveyor, the throughput rate necessary, and the storage intensity the business requires.
No. Even though these sorters are more popular in warehouses for order fulfilment, they can also be used for numerous other purposes.

The throughput rate is the rate of the number of products sorted by a sorting system in unit time. It is one way to measure how efficiently the system is working.

Armstrong customises each sorter’s throughput rate to suit the user perfectly. On average, 6,000 sorts per hour is an acceptable rate. If you don’t need the speed to be this high, it can be reduced upon request.

Apart from the regular ones, you can opt for the linear arm sorter if you need to. For the purpose of sorting, nothing else works as well as this model.


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