Incline/Decline Conveyors

Incline and decline conveyors need to balance speed and control to offer safe and efficient operations. Primarily used to transport materials and products to higher or lower elevations, incline conveyors and decline conveyors need to be of the highest quality. There are a variety of conveyors available with different methods of inclination, depending on need.

2200 Series LPZ (Z-Frame) Conveyors

3200 Series LPZ (Z-Frame) Conveyors

FlexMove Conveyors

FlexMove Helix Conveyors

FlexMove Wedge Conveyors

2200 Series Precision Move
Pallet Systems

AquaGard Conveyors

AquaPruf Conveyors

AquaPruf VBT (Vertical Belt Technology)

Features of Incline/Decline Conveyors

Incline/decline conveyors are available with a variety of features to support different operations and floor layouts. Incline conveyors and decline conveyors offer safe product flow and control while optimizing for speed and efficiency, depending on the space available.

Features include:

  • Fast and efficient movement of products
  • Multiple levels of transport
  • Customizable to any layout
    • Easily integrated with other conveyor systems and equipment
    • Variety of belt options depending on inclines and product types
Mini Conveyors Offered by Dorner

2200 Series LPZ (Z-Frame) Conveyors

The 2200 Series LPZ Conveyors are low-profile, high-performance, fabric belt Z-frame conveyors. These sleek, yet durable conveyors feature a wide range of belting and guiding options.

The 2200 Series conveyors are best for small to medium part handling, transfers, positioning, and automated and manual assembly. 

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3200 Series LPZ (Z-Frame) Conveyors

The 3200 Series LPZ Conveyors are available in belt and modular options. These heavy duty conveyors include features best for medium to large parts handling, transfers, high-speeds, and mainline packaging.

FlexMove Conveyors

FlexMove Conveyors are high-quality flexible chain conveyor systems and feature innovative designs and layout options including inclines and declines, alpines, spirals, helical bends, and more. s. FlexMove Series conveyors can be used across many different material handling applications.

Unique belting options for the FlexMove Series include a flexible chain with cleats, rollers, friction pads, steel top, anti-static, and fabric belts.

 

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FlexMove Helix Conveyors

The FlexMove Helix is a compact spiral and helical curve, flexible chain, conveyor. The unique and flexible design can be customized as needed to different heights and angles depending on needs.

The FlexMove Helix can fit in a variety of floor layouts. It features a patented side roller chain to reduce corner friction, allowing faster speeds and smooth product handling.

 

FlexMove Wedge Conveyors

FlexMove Wedge conveyors can take products from production floor levels to a higher level or brought down as needed. The products are wedged between opposing conveyors, aligned either vertically or horizontally, and moved quickly and safely.

Wedge Conveyors are lightweight, easy to add to floor layouts, and have a quick transfer rate. It passes strict hygiene standards needed for medical and cosmetic packaging.

 

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2200 Precision Move Pallet Systems

2200 Precision Move Pallet Systems are highly advanced conveyors used for assembly automation. The conveyors utilize pallets and automation modules on dual belt conveyors systems for a variety of automated and manual assembly processes

The 2200 Precision Move Pallet Series is best for medium to large-sized part movement, product routing and control, and product inspection.

 

AquaGard Conveyors

AquaGard Conveyorsare constructed with a stainless steel frame and ideal for a variety of applications in packaging and food handling .

AquaGard Conveyors are rated for wipe down and low pressure wash down with cleaners such as soap and water. These conveyors use all FDA approved belting and plastic components. . The conveyors feature a rugged and durable frame design and can handle loads up to 341 kg (750 lbs). 

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AquaPruf Conveyors

Like the AquaGard Conveyors, the AquaPruf Series of conveyors are constructed with stainless steel frames and are designed for food processingoperations. AquaPruf Conveyors ensure fast and effective sanitation and protects against potential contamination.

AquaPruf Conveyors are designed with hygiene as the main priority. The conveyors meet many different food standard safety requirements and are easy to wipe down and sanitize. 

AquaPruf VBT (Vertical Belt Technology)

AquaPruf VBT(Vertical Belt Technology) is used for elevating bulk products like vegetables and fruits, popcorn, grains and nuts, pet food, pharmaceuticals, and small packages.

As a sanitary, vertical conveyor belt system, it’s ideal for food, pharmaceutical, chemical industries, and all sanitary environments as it carries out a wide range of applications. The belt technology is built for steep and vertical inclines, as well as bulk material handling, food process, and as a washdown conveyor, is easy to clean. 

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Incline/Decline Conveyor Applications For Specific Industries

Incline and Decline conveyors can be used across different industries in diverse applications, depending on floor layouts and needs. Applications include general product handling, food processing, robotics and automation, packaging, and pharmaceutical and medical.

General Product Handling

  • 2200 Series Conveyors
  • 3200 Series Conveyors
  • FlexMove Conveyors
  • AquaGard Conveyors
  • AquaPruf Conveyors
  • AquaPruf VBT (Vertical Belt Technology)
  • Precision Move Pallet Systems
Food Processing

Food Processing

  • AquaGard
  • AquaPruf
  • AquaPruf 7600 VBT
General Product Handling

Robotics & Automation

  • 2200 Series Conveyors
  • 3200 Series Conveyors
  • FlexMove Conveyors
  • Precision Move Pallet Systems
Packaging

Packaging

  • 2200 Series Conveyors
  • 3200 Series Conveyors
  • FlexMove Conveyors
  • AquaGard Conveyors
Pharmaceutical & Medical

Pharmaceutical & Medical

  • 2200 Series Conveyors
  • FlexMove Conveyors
  • AquaPruf Conveyors
  • AquaPruf VBT (Vertical Belt Technology)

Common Questions About Incline/Decline Conveyors

Incline and decline conveyors are different from other conveyors as they are used for applications where product needs to be raised or lowered to different elevations

Applications for incline conveyors and decline conveyors include general product handling, food processing, robotics and automation, packaging, and pharmaceutical and medical.

Yes, incline and decline conveyors can be integrated with other conveyors and equipment, depending on the conveyors and application. Dorner can help you choose the right option to ensure you are using the best option for your operation.

Product sizes and fits will vary from conveyor to conveyor. For specific products and needs, Dorner can help you choose the right option. Get in touch, and our support team will ensure you make the right choice.

Dorner offers an industry leading 10-year limited warranty option that protects the original purchaser against material and workmanship defects under normal use, proper maintenance and cleaning.

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