Norpak Handling Limited offers flexible conveyors that reduce the labor of loading and unloading containers and trailers. These conveyors are flexible and extendible, and the elevation of the end boom can be easily changed. This flexibility allows the material handling system to be conveniently adjusted to suit the current work application. Powered traverse options are also available for when the conveyor must be moved from one location to another, such as moving to a different loading dock. When these conveyors are not in use, they can be quickly compacted to save floor space.
Our flexible conveyors are available in either powered or gravity varieties. Our various types of flexible gravity conveyors have weight capacities ranging up to 300 lbs. per linear foot. The conveyor height can be adjusted from 28 1/2” up to 41 1/2”, and the widths range from 18” to 30”. They are available in any length.
We offer four different types of flexible gravity conveyors for various uses including: light duty applications including packaging lines; heavy duty applications involving high impacts; and handling of bags, low grade cartons, and odd shaped boxes that are susceptible to getting caught up on skatewheel conveyors.
To make moving the conveyor safer, faster, and easier, we offer our PowerTrax option. At the push of a button, the PowerTrax can pull the conveyor into a truck or push it back out to the loading dock.
Flexible conveyors expertise
Our company has been selling conveyors of the finest quality since 1974. We have the knowledge and product selection to provide material handling solutions for any application. Some of the many products we offer include storage carousels, chain conveyors, portable conveyors, and flat slider bed conveyors. Visit our website and online store to see detailed information on all our products.
Flexible conveyors industries
We have helped a variety of facilities increase efficiency with our flexible material handling solutions. Our products are used in many industries and applications including: automotive part manufacturing and distribution systems, rack and bin handing, and transferring parts between machines; paper products such as cardboard boxes, food packaging, and recycling; food and beverage operations including freezing, sanitizing, and bottle handling.