I like to review a brief analysis of a product competing with Caem. This is the pullout shelf / metal drawer of Sintek.
The product overall looks light and twisty. As a sample we received it well boxed, despite that the back part of badly bent and we had to adjust it.
There is no lock in outer (open) position.
This oblige the operator to keep one hand in the drawer while it’s open, making refilling much slower and expensive and browsing and picking are more difficult.
Caem’s Medidrawer is much easier to use and safer because it automatically locks when pulled out: the pharmacist has all the time he needs to either refill, browse or read packages…
It has only 1 position, horizontal.
Does not allow inclined display to improve visibility and to ease operations on those drawer installed as high as or higher than the shoulders.
Cannot function as a self-facing device (the product at the back slides to the front, if inclined)
Caem’s Medidrawer has 2 positions built in for better display on upper drawers, slide-to-front of the goods at the back and drawers can be adjusted at any moment in time… lower horizontal and upper inclined.
Very thick sides, 20mm.
The net usable space inside is shorter for more than 10mm that for average units of 650mm represents 2%
Caem’s Medidrawer has less than 10mm sides, allowing more efficient use of floor space (in a typical pharmacy with 10 units with 9 drawers of 50cm this means 4.500sq cm more space)
Only one small unlock handle
Small and difficult-to-get central handle.
CAEM’s Medidrawer has a full-length handle instead allowing the pharmacist to unlock the drawer with any hand wherever he/she is positioned: much faster and safer operations.
Fixed bunge cord.
The call-back system with the bungee is not adjustable. As soon as the bunjee will suffer some use or if the bunjee has a different strength, then the call back system will change its efficiency.
Caem’s Medidrawer has an adjustable bunjee system, so with the use you can adjust it tighter.