Machinery & Heavy Equipment
Machinery & Heavy Equipment Industries
- Buffer accommodations
- Conveyor equipment design and conveying ability
- Cost and value
- Design rate and takt time
- Material delivery to the line
- Physical layout and building constraints
- Service factor of the conveyor equipment
Conveyors Related to This Industry
- Chain-Driven Live Roller Belt Conveyor: The CDLR is intended to move many different types of heavy products including bulky machinery, filled drums, loaded pallets, and more, all while maintaining a consistent rate of speed over a long distance. Designed to benefit a wide spectrum of industries from automotive and appliances to order fulfillment and distribution, every conveyor is carefully constructed out of durable materials to successfully handle your toughest jobs.
- Hinged Steel Belt Conveyor: This conveyor has a rugged, heavy-duty design and is built for long-term, low-maintenance operation so to minimize downtime within the most demanding of conditions. This conveyor type is well-suited to operate at low to moderate speeds within industries that handle scrap metals, oil-coated parts, stampings, forgings, fasteners, castings, and abrasive materials.
- Slat Conveyor: This conveyor uses a motorized chain-driven loop of slats to move product from one end to another. The chain metal is engineered in such a way that it can be used in hazardous and high-temperature environments, while still providing a smooth carrying surface for heavy products, impact loading, and mounting fixtures. The slat conveyor is typically used in appliance and machinery assembly lines because of its durability and flexibility when transporting, hot, and hazardous industrial material.
- Telescoping Conveyor: The telescoping or extendable conveyor consists of an extractable boom that lengthens the belt-carrying surface to reach further into a machine or trailer in a safer, quicker, and more cost-effective way. By allowing for faster and more ergonomic loading and unloading of goods, this conveyor makes a world of difference at busy shipping and receiving operations within a variety of industries where trailers are regularly used.
Using Power Pack Conveyors in our automated systems have brought our customers great success.