If you’re looking for something a little different than our standard conveyors, just contact us and we’ll create a custom conveyor for you. Whether it’s a simple bracket to integrate with a customized piece of equipment, a custom drive package, or a modification to one of our conveyors to fit your application parameters — give us a call. We stand ready to discuss your needs for your next custom belt conveyor system in detail.
Our conveyors can be modified to accept a wide variety of customer-specified backlights for vision applications. When coupled with a translucent belt, the conveyor creates an ideal platform for inspection as parts travel past.
We’re often asked to design special stands to accommodate each customer’s unique requirements. In this pack-off line, candy came in from the wrapping machines and was packed by hand into boxes coming in from the box erector. The filled boxes then left on a third line of conveyors for shrink wrapping. The application required custom stands and stainless steel side tables where operators packed the boxes.
A customer asked our Custom Engineering team to design a hopper for an AS40 Conveyor. The application was to transport small, lightweight parts that would be accumulated in the hopper and then moved up an incline for discharge. In addition, this application required the design of custom side rails, a custom discharge chute and a custom aluminum structure to support it all. This unit was shipped fully assembled in special crating for turn key delivery.
In this application, our customer needed to perform an operation on the bottom of a part as it moved across the conveyor. Our solution involved running two belts on the conveyor with a cutout between them. The part straddled the two belts and a robot performed the operation from below through the cutout.
For an application that required product to move across a healthcare packaging plant, we devised an elevator system to elevate the bins to move overhead across the plant. The system consisted of two IS300 Indexing Conveyors with an IS175-ID Conveyor mounted between them. After bins moved onto the IS175-ID Conveyor, the IS300 conveyors moved in tandem to raise the IS175-ID Conveyor, which then moved the bins onto the overhead conveyor system.