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Conveyor Solutions Designed to YOUR Taste

While the video of our “sandwich maker” conveyor is just for fun, there is some serious technology being used to make the sandwich. The sandwich is being made on a Dorner conveyor set up with a series of overhead photo eyes, which connect to an indexing drive that moves the conveyor belt back and forth… Read more »

Complete Conveyor Installation and Maintenance Training Services

The need for fast and effective equipment set-up is vital for your project’s success. Using experienced and qualified personnel will avoid start-up delays and future maintenance issues. Dorner has a full staff of service professionals based in Hartland, WI and Raleigh, NC that can assist you with installation supervision, complete installation and maintenance training. From… Read more »

NEW 1100 Series: Smallest Belt Conveyor Available

Move Fast. Move Smart. Move Small. Have to move a small or lightweight product? Have part transfer issues? Have an extremely tight space that requires a conveyor? Dorner Mfg. Corp. has the answer. Dorner’s new 1100 Series conveyor platform has a compact design featuring a 3/4″ frame height, making it the smahttps://www.dornerconveyors.com/Products/1100-Series.aspxllest low profile conveyor available in… Read more »

Pizza Delivery at 300 Feet Per Minute

Everyone likes their pizza delivered fast, right?! On a recent project, we were tasked with providing a conveyor solutions for handling pizza at high speeds.  The pizzas were coming from a wrapping machine in several lanes on stainless steel AquaPruf 7400 Series conveyors and being transferred to a mainline 7400 Series conveyor traveling at speeds of up… Read more »

Dorner and ADCO Increase Cartoning Line Speeds and Cut Packaging Waste

A recent article by Packaging World explores how Dorner partnered with ADCO Manufacturing to help J.S.B. Industries/Muffin Town, of Massachusetts,  increase their cartoning line speeds and make more efficient use of packaging personnel and materials. Previously, the company had been side-loading polypropylene film over-wrapped baked goods into cartons. This process was experiencing line jams, requiring frequent maintenance, and was running… Read more »

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