Everything you wanted to know about checkouts but were too afraid to ask.
Our most popular checkouts have 5' or 6' conveyors. In most stores this gives enough room one customer to place their whole order on the belt or multiple customers to put small orders on the belt at once. Sizes from 4' to 8' are available in certain styles of checkouts.
Integrated motor pulley
We use the same durable and reliable integrated motor pulley that we've been using since the early 80s. The simple design where the motor revolves around the shaft eliminates the need for a variety of moving parts that could fail.
All belted checkouts have an on/off switch combined with photo eyes or a foot pedal for belt operation. Our controllers offer a timed shut off to conserve energy if product is not placed on the belt after about 10 seconds.
Scan and Bag checkouts are the best fit for stores where the cashier will be bagging the groceries for the customer.
Scan and Pass checkouts are to be used in stores where the customer bags their own groceries.
Hybrid Scan and Bag and Scan and Pass models are also available. This allows stores to shift from one mode to another quickly and easily.
This hybrid version is recommended for stores who experience higher traffic volume during different times of the day or week and want to respond accordingly .
Tri Belt checkouts are to be used in a customer bagging store with higher volumes. Two rear conveyors take the product from the cashier and move it to the back of the checkout for the customer to bag their own groceries. These checkouts typically take up the most space which is balanced by the increased throughput.
If the same employee who scanned the product is bagging the groceries you will want a Scan and Bag format checkout.
If the customer bags or boxes their own groceries go with a Scan and Pass checkout. If volumes and customer throughput is high look at a Tri-belt option.