Conveyors: Types and Uses
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Used for applications that call for transportation and accumulation of cartons and plastic or metal totes.
Utilized for transporting and accumulation of items that are typically heavier than those conveyed with belt driven live roller conveyors. For example loaded pallets, bins, and drums.
Used in applications that call for transportation and accumulation of boxes, cartons, and totes while allowing freedom of movement.
Utilized for transportation of hard to convey items such as small or uneven parts of packages. Typical applications include inclines, declines, or horizontal transportation.
Used to transport, accumulate, diverge and/or converge cartons and totes with minimum back pressure allowing for a quiet operation and easy maintenance.
Utilized to transport products between two floors or to regain adequate height for gravity applications.
Suitable for lighter loads, this conveyor provides excellent durability for small packages often used in the warehouse and food delivery industries.
Utilized to transport and accumulate heavily-loaded pallets. Typically loaded and unloaded with a fork truck.
Highly durable, drive-in racking is an economical way of storing pallets in a warehouse. Utilizes relatively small floor space. The shelves are adjustable to fit different sized packages.
High speed automated picking, parts delivery and sortation systems. Positions heavy duty bins to an operator automatically, saving space, reducing labor cost, and improving order accuracy and inventory control.
Unique flow design uses gravity to slide cartons to the front for easy access. Tracks can be set to any width to accommodate varying carton sizes.
Free-standing permanent structures added to warehouses to increase usable floorspace. A quick way to find the extra space you need.
Specifically engineered to be used as work stations for assembly or mechanical work. Ergonomically designed to reduce worker fatigue and injury.