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Versatile conveying system designs from Wire Belt

01 February 2015

While most processes are handled easily by modern conveying systems, no universal standard exists for conveyor widths, belt types, turning and positioning systems, or drive mechanisms in any given industrial situation.

This myriad of production component options all too often ignores specific product requirements, with respect to weight, size, speed, and degree of separation, along with whether or not the product is fragile.

That’s where Wire Belt can help. Whether it’s changing flow direction or the orientation of the product, adjusting speeds and feed rates, adding spaces between the products or simply transferring product from one segment of the operation to another, Wire belt has a solution.

Wire Belt offers a number of options that can eliminate problems facing a manufacturer in their sequential processing operations, such as Flex-Turn Conveyors designed to assist manufacturers in turning their production line 90 degrees to save footprint space in their plant, thus saving the cost of increasing production area.

The Ladder-Flex Conveyor is designed to sort, converge or separate products while they are moving on a process conveyor belt, a major requirement for products that need to be separated to avoid sticking during and after a coating/enrobing process.

Meanwhile, the Straight Conveyor can be fitted with various options of conveyor belt ensuring the versatility to satisfy most individual manufacturing requirements, with both inclining and declining options available.

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