Conveying elements for your plants
In order to combine the individual machines into a complete system or line production, different conveying elements are required that connect the machines with each other and ensure the material flow. In addition to conventional conveyor technology, such as roller conveyors and belt conveyors, these also include dust bunkers and turntables as collection and buffer points, bucket elevators or ascending conveyors. Here you will find an overview of components from the field of conveyor technology that we regularly integrate into complete systems. The conveying elements meet the requirements of food and feed processing.
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Turntables are rotating collection tables that are usually used at the end of a packaging line to collect the packaged products. The products are then removed by an operator and repositioned for further steps — for example, stowed in a carton. The turntable allows uneven operating speeds of the downstream processes without disturbing the upstream components.
Bucket elevators are mostly used by us when a multihead weigher needs to be filled. The vertical conveyor transports the product into the hopper for filling the weigher, which is located on a platform. Underneath the pedestal there is usually a packaging machine. By using the space in height and not in width, a packaging line can be designed to save space.
The belt conveyor is versatile and makes it possible to overcome height differences to generate free areas. The material complies with the food standard. The belt can be cleaned with water without much effort
The S‑ascending-conveyor is based on the principle of the Z‑belt conveyor, but enables additional space to be gained thanks to its space-saving design.
Vibratory conveyors are used to convey the transported goods in pre-portioned quantities into the buckets of downstream conveying elements. In this way, excessive filling quantities and thus malfunctions or the like can be avoided.
Bunkers are used by us whenever the operating speeds at two interconnected workplaces, where the processes are carried out either manually or automatically, differ. It is also possible to keep upstream or downstream machines in operation in the event of a malfunction.