We can supply can handling conveyors to suit any application. Norpak Handling Limited has unparalleled experience working with a broad variety of industries, from automotive manufacturing to food and beverage. Our company has the equipment selection, knowledge, and capability to meet the special requirements of this diverse customer base. We can supply equipment as well as design and build complete, integrated systems. In addition to can handling conveyors, we offer equipment for handling boxes, skids, pallets, drums, and cartons.
Many different types of conveyors are available including gravity, belt, chain, accumulating, vertical, and more. The various types all offer a highly efficient solution for moving products. For instance, belt conveyors are one of the earliest types of powered conveyors available, and they are still widely used in modern systems for straight forward conveying as well as inclines, declines, and for product metering. One example is our medium duty troughed belt conveyor. It has built-in guard rails and can easily convey cans, cases, bags, cartons, boxes, or loose parts. The bed on this conveyor is four inches deep by 12 gauge, and has 2.5 inch-high guards that are powder painted.
In addition, our range of specialty conveyors is available for applications with unique requirements. The selection includes cleated belt, wire mesh, portable, and extendable types.
Our company is known for selling conveyors of the finest quality at the most competitive prices. But besides supplying equipment, Norpak Handling Limited can provide complete integrated systems. That includes design, installation, project management, and controls and programming. Thanks to our outstanding track record, our customers have confidence in our designs as being safe, well tested, and dependable.
Industries servedSome of the many diverse industries we have experience serving include machinery manufacturing, paper products, furniture and fixture manufacturing, and food and beverage. We have assisted with applications such as machine tool handling systems, parts transfer between different production machines, assembly line operations, and more.