Incline conveyors reliably carry products to different levelsJune 27, 2017 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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When the application calls for products to travel between floor levels, Norpak Handling has the ideal solution: incline and decline conveyors from Hytrol. These systems are available in a large variety of widths and heights to suit each customer’s unique facility needs.
The Model SBI is a floor-to-floor, channel frame slider bed incline conveyor with easily adjusted inclines up to 30 degrees. This medium-duty model is equipped with an adjustable double nose-over at the discharge end to ensure a smooth transfer from the incline to the horizontal plane. It is available in three belt widths (18, 24 and 30 inches), with up to a 1,245-pound capacity and the ability to operate in reverse mode. Additional features include a centre drive, brake kit, system ends, a pop-out roller, powered feeder, ceiling hangers and adjustable MS-type floor supports. This conveyor can also be used as a booster conveyor in gravity flow systems.
The Model RBI is a floor-to-floor, channel frame roller bed incline conveyor. It offers many of the same features as the SBI model, including the adjustable double nose-over at the discharge end to ensure a smooth transfer from the incline to the horizontal plane, and inclines that are easily adjusted up to 30 degrees. This medium-duty model can also be used as a booster conveyor in gravity flow systems. It features three belt widths, a capacity up to 1,245 pounds, a centre drive, the ability to operate in reverse mode, a brake kit, system ends, a pop-out roller, powered feeder and more.
For help determining which incline conveyor is best suited to the application, contact Norpak Handling. The company’s team of experts is trained to help customers determine the optimum conveyor and equipment to suit the application.