Elevated Conveyor Conserves Critical Floor Space

Multi-Conveyor recently built a series of powered mild steel conveyors including a unique gravity conveyor to transport tall, shaped plastic products. Products are robotically placed on a 5 feet high dual-lane conveyor where they index through a product forming process, then incline to an ultimate height of nearly 8 feet.

The product proceeds at this elevation through two 90-degree turns with over 16 feet of straight conveyance between the curves, to an end stop.

Enhanced support and quality construction properly secure elevated motor mounts while ensuring employee safety below. Elevated transport conveyors are commonly used to free up critical production floor space below. Up and over conveyors are often used to give operators and forklift traffic some headroom.

In this project, a pneumatic cross-pusher was implemented to gently transfer product onto a unique concept LBP-gravity slide, ideal for non-standard product contact surfaces, to easily decline for manual removal.

For more information, visit https://www.multi-conveyor.com.

Share on Socials!

Related Articles

Related Articles

Pregis announces new MAX-PRO 24 poly bagging system engineered to simplify operation, increase productivity

Pregis recently announced the North American launch of its Sharp Packaging Systems® MAX-PRO 24 continuous bagging system. This latest model in the MAX-PRO line can handle ...
Read More

Custom‐Built, Plastic Strapping Machines on Display at 2016 Modex

Dynaric, Inc, manufacturer of quality plastic strapping machines and polypropylene strapping was one of the premier exhibitors at the Modex tradeshow in Atlanta, GA, held from April ...
Read More

Filmquest Group Upgrades High Resolution Inspection System

November 12, 2015 Bolingbrook, IL – Filmquest Group, an international merchant converter and value-added provider of packaging films, announced today it has completed the upgrade of ...
Read More