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Often a question is asked if conveyors can be made reversible the simple answer is yes.
Additional controls can be added to give a stop ~ start ~ reverse action. This is often used on floor to floor conveyors were products may need to be stored out of the way on a mezzanine floor and bought down for despatch when ordered.
Having a revesible conveyor replace having to either bring goods down manually or having the need for two conveyors.
Many types of belt can be supplied depending on the products to be moved.
This photo show a grip belt conveyor to transport parcels to an upper level.
Todays blog will help you undestand a little more about PU Belt Conveyors and the advantages of using them.
A great example of a typical industry that uses this type of pu conveyor belt is the food and pharmaceutical as they need a belt that can provide flexibility but also need strength with resitance to oil, alkali, acid and cut resistance.
Please take a look at our page on Pu Belts.
True 90 degree axis modular belt bend conveyor. This design has the motor mounted within the 90 degree angle there by eliminating the additional lengths traditionally required on the in feed and exit of a 90 degree modular belt bend conveyor.
This conveyor is aimed at the PU Belt bend market. The problems with PU belt bends is they are very expensive, belt replacements are not only expensive but are very time consuming for the maintenance department when refitting.
Our new conveyor offers the advantage of single link replacement which can be done in minutes thereby saving production down time and ultimately profit for our customers.
For more information contact our technical department.
Going back to basics a belt conveyors are loops of belting which are endless (all in one with no ends) which can move your products from one place to another it maybe on the same level or you may need to intergrate flights for a incline. I will move onto this on future blogs
Belt Conveyors can be powered by fixed or variable speed motors called drives and are often found on the factory floor and warehouse stations or indeed in any industrial type business.
Before conveyors: components or products would need to have been moved manually around which was time consuming and also tiring. It was a great asset to a company that invested in conveyors as it increased production, cut down on wages due to the need of less manual labour and of course increased profits.
I will be blogging about different types of conveyors over the next few days. This was just a quick introduction to what conveyor belts are.
This site has been set up to help with your Belt Conveyor product handling.
The aim is to update on a regular basis any new products on the market for conveying your goods.
I will be uploading video’s and photo images and talking about case studies.
If you have an new product you would like me to include in our blog that is about conveyors then please contact us.