Gravity Conveyors are ideal for carrying light to medium weight packages in either temporary or permanent installations.
Gravity Roller Conveyor does come in various configurations, but the operating principal is the same. A round tube (typically steel) is supported on a shaft (hex or round) by bearings (typically oil sealed). The shaft is contained within formed or structural punched frames by either internal springs or retaining pins. Roller conveyor is suitable for heavy loads. Roller and shaft sizing is based on the intended application. Custom or standard legs can be provided in various heights in either bolt-on or weld on configurations.
Skatewheel Conveyor does come in various configurations, but the operating principle is the same. A number of individual galvanized wheels are spaced accordingly on a round threaded shaft separated by galvanized spacers. The shaft is contained within formed punched frames by retaining nuts. Skatewheel conveyor is suitable for lighter loads that may require a temporary installation. Galvanized & Painted Steel construction provides excellent durability for applications such as warehouse and the food delivery industry. Custom or standard legs can be provided in various heights in bolt-on configurations.
Ball Transfer Tables come in various configurations, but the operating principle is the same. Numerous steel ball transfers are mounted in a variety of center to center locations onto a steel frame. Ball transfer tables allow complete freedom of movement of the product in all directions.
Flow Rail comes in various configurations and its primary use is to help keep product centered on the conveying surface. There are many styles of flowrai.Sizing and type of flowrail will be determined based on the product and conveying surface. Please contact one of our sales engineers for more assistance in sizing your flow rail needs.
Gravity Rollers are the means by which products are transported in most types of gravity conveyor systems. They are available in many sizes with a multitude of bearing, retaining devices, and axle options. Click here for more roller information.