Tag: Plastic Chain Conveyors

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90 Degree Pop-Up Transfer Table

  This video shows a 90-degree pop-up transfer table conveyor. This particular system was designed to move 40 lb. blocks of frozen food from a manually fed conveyor. The process changes product orientation from short edge lead to long edge leading.   The pop-up design eliminates relative movement between the product and the conveying surface… 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 »

Micro-Pitch Modular Belt Option for Tight Transfers

Our 2200 and 2300 Series low profile belt conveyors now come with a new modular plastic belt small-pitch option that provides nose bar transfers as tight as 0.31″.  The tight nose bar transfers combined with the industry-leading compact conveyor design makes this offering an ideal solution for in-feed and out-feed to machinery as well as unit handling within the machine.  … Read more »

With packaging conveyors, flexibility starts before installation

Pan Demetrakakes, editor at Food & Beverage Packaging,  recently published an interesting article on how “Speed, flexibility and energy savings are top considerations for conveyors of all types.” As there is still some lingering uncertainty in our current economy, the buying process for capital equipment, including belt conveyors, can take longer than it used to.  Perhaps companies are… Read more »

How Roller Top Belts Keep Packages Safe

Everyone purchases packaged products.  Heck, we purchase them every day, whether packaged in corrugate, plastics, shrink wrap, etc.  We also know that many times, perhaps when you look on the bottom or sides of the package for an expiration date , you see that the packaging and printing has been scuffed and smeared – likely from… Read more »

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