Overhead Conveyor Feeds Decline Drum Rotary Spiral Conveyor

Winneconne, WI | Multi-Conveyor recently built a stainless steel constructed overhead plastic chain conveyor that feeds a decline rotary drum spiral conveyor for various size glass jars.

The overhead table top plastic chain accepts single file product from a customer supplied discharging de-palletizing machine. The empty containers then decline down a 10″ wide, 125° degree plastic belt “Drum Spiral” that end transfers to a jar discharge pushing device.

Spiral accumulation provides gentle handling on one continuous belt with no intermediate dead plates or end-to-end transfers. They’re designed for either bottom or top loading as the line dictates.

Rotary spiral accumulators give your production line that few extra minutes needed for staging, filling or automation without stoppage, indexing, delays or downtime. Multiple interconnected drum spirals can be placed in-series to provide even more staging for higher production lines.

Visit our website at www.multi-conveyor.com to learn more about spiral conveyors, accumulation systems, or Incline and decline solutions. View over 60 conveyor packaging and material handling solutions videos on Multi-Conveyor’s YouTube channel.

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