The WG E Screening Tray is an ideal hygienic solution for use a security check points, transporting passengers personal items through X-Ray Screening scanners etc.
Making A Difference
The cleaning routines of security trays are insufficient in many airports and are difficult to maintain at a high standards of hygiene, using antimicrobial trays, together with regular cleaning practices, will help to increase the hygiene standard, to the benefit both staff and passengers.
Chave is an antimicrobial agent that is incorporated into the plastic material of these trays, it penetrates the cell walls of the microorganisms, making them unable to function, grow and reproduce; Chave will not degrade throughout the life of the tray.
The has several tailor-made details that meet the challenges at security checkpoints, it has a patented rubber strip beneath the tray, which increases friction against the conveyor belt in the x-ray machine, allowing it to pass through the X-Ray Scanner lead curtains even if the tray is empty. The shape of the rubber strip also reduces the sound pressure level by 95% compared with other plastic trays, making it one of the quietest trays on the market.
If required the tray can also be delivered without the friction strip, referred to as the WG E 14 Tray.
The carry weight capacity of the WG E Screening Trays ranges from 600-1,200g (1.3-2.6 lb).
They typically have a working life expectancy of three to five years
The trays are injection-moulded and do not have weak spots in the corners, or in areas where the thickness of the material is reduced, as in some vacuum formed models.
The WG 14 and WG 15 trays are ECAC approved.
There are four tray designs:-
WG 03 the smallest measuring 490 x 335 x 100mm (19.3 x 13.2 x 3.9in)
WG 25 the largest the WG 25 model, measuring 600 x 500 x 120mm (23.6 x 19.7 x 4.7in).
All models have two countersunk areas for the installation of RFID cards and can be used in both automatic and manual lanes.
Westminster has also developed a plastic inlay for advertising, these inlays are easy to replace and can be used as an indicator for the cleaning schedule of the trays.
Westminster can also supply dispenser trolleys for the transportation and handling of the trays, the trolleys are made with an aluminium sub-frame and can be supplied with a stainless-steel or ABS plastic bodies.
The inside cradle of the dispenser trolley travels on eight bearings that keep the trays horizontal and at a serviceable height for passengers and staff.
The trolleys have also been equipped with 360° swivel wheels and have the capacity to handle 60 trays each.
The mobility of the trolleys allows staff to simply switch empty trolleys on the entry side with full trolleys at the exit.
Studies have shown that passengers account for the trolleys being refilled 85% of the time, meaning that staff spend little time refilling each trolley, this makes the security checkpoint cleaner, faster, safer, quieter and more ergonomic for the staff and the passengers.