Belt Conveyors
Belt conveyors are one of the most commonly used conveyors because of their versatility. With belt conveyors, product is conveyed directly on the belt or inside containers on the belt. Cleats and corrugated sidewalls can be added to help contain product as well as support transferring up and down elevations. Various types of belts and materials are offered to support conditions such as wet applications, oily part handling, and hot parts applications.
The following specifications can be easily modified. Multiple options are available:

  • Paint colour
  • Drive placement, top, bottom, side, internal drum motor
  • Motor voltages
  • Fixed or variable speed
  • Belt material and type

Additional options:

  • Emergency stop switch with overload protection
  • Photo-eye sensors to detect parts and stop the conveyor
  • Stainless steel construction
  • Adjustable support stands
  • Side-guard rails
Roller Conveyors - Gravity
Roller Conveyors - Powered
Gravity Roller Conveyors are ideal for applications that require an economical, non-powered means for moving various materials. They are excellent for both permanent and temporary conveyor lines; used in production lines, warehouses, shipping departments and assembly areas. There are several styles of Gravity Conveyors including: roller conveyors, skatewheel systems, and ball transfer tables and carts.
Chain Driven Roller Conveyors are a powered roller style conveyor suited for heavy applications such as pallet and large container transferring. Rollers are driven by sprockets welded to the roller, and chains are used coupled to a drive assembly. This provides a positive transfer of heavier loads and products. The chain drives are enclosed by a removable guard. Different models are offered with varying capacities utilizing 2.5” diameter and 3.5” diameter rollers with roller center options to suit product and pallet requirements.
Chain Conveyors
Chain Conveyors are robust for transferring heavy products with sturdy conveying surfaces. They are effective as side transfers and provide accurate indexing solutions. Multi-strand Chain Conveyors can be utilized for wider loads. Fixture assemblies can also be added to nest parts accurately and are effective in supporting pick and place systems. 

These conveyors are suitable for extreme environments because of the low number of moving component parts and lower maintenance required. They are primarily used to transport heavy unit loads, hot welded assemblies, and industrial containers. Thus they are frequently used in the auto manufacturing, parts manufacturing, warehousing, and foundry industries.