Conveying & Handling
Our large product mix allows us to offer you a wide variety of bag conveying and handling solutions offered from among the finest and most reputable manufacturers. That means that the advice you get from us and the solutions we design for you are not limited to just one brand or particular technology—whether you require a single piece of equipment or an entirely new bagging solution built to your custom specifications.
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Bag Closing Conveyors:
Bag closing conveyors move closed bags from the filling station to the bag closing station. They can be flat belt with guide rails or V-belt. In fully automated systems the transfer conveyor’s speed is synchronized with the closing equipment. For more information click Bag Closing Conveyors.
Bag Turners, Kickers, & Flattener Conveyors:
Bag turning, kicking & flattening conveyors re-position bags for the bag transfer conveyors and are typically located downstream from the bag closing equipment. For more information click Bag Turners - Bag Kickers - Bag Flatteners.
Bag Transfer Conveyors:
Bag transfer conveyors move bags from the positioning station on to the palletizing station. Transfer conveyors can be flat &/or inclined, powered &/or gravity, straight &/or curved. For more information click Flexible Conveyors - Power Belt Curve Conveyors – Gravity Roller Conveyors.
Inline Check Weighers:
Inline conveyor weight checking stations weigh the bag & verify it is within established parameters. Options include: data recording, reject alarms & lights, and physical bag rejection. For more information click Check Weighers.
Inline Metal Detectors:
Inline conveyor metal detectors identify ferrous and nonferrous (including stainless steel) contaminates down to 0.2 mm spheres in bagged products. For more information click Metal Detectors.
Mechanical belt v.s Vibrating-trough conveyor. When moving bulk products, a mechanical belt or vibrating-trough conveyor is often an excellent and economical choice. They are available in a wide variety of configurations, lengths, widths, and transfer rates. In choosing a belt or vibrating-trough conveyor you need to consider basic things like its capital cost, space available, type of materials, transfer rate and maintenance costs. For an article on how to select a belt or vibrating-trough conveyor, click here.