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Understanding Conveyor Systems Types, Applications and ...

Load Capacity per Unit Length

Manufacturers will offer this attribute in cases where the conveyor will be built to a custom length to permit users to determine loading margins.

Maximum Load Capacity

Associated with Load Capacity per Unit Length, this value can be stated for fixed length, purpose built conveyors. This can also be known as flow rate.

Conveyor Belt System Speed/Rated Speed

Belt conveyors are typically rated in terms of belt speed in ft/min. while powered roller conveyors described the linear velocity in similar units to a package, carton, etc. moving over the powered rollers. Rated speed applies to apron/slat conveyors and drag/chain/tow conveyors as well.

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When deciding on which conveyor system best suits your needs, a key consideration is the material is being transported. Some important characteristics to consider are size, flowability, abrasiveness, corrosiveness, moisture content, and the temperature at which it must be kept. The composition of the material, if powders, granules, pellets, fibers, or flakes are being conveyed, should also be considered, along with the particle size, weight, and density. The function of the conveyor system itself may vary. The two main categories of moving material through a process are conveying and feeding. Conveying is the moving of materials from one or more pickup points to one or more drop points. The desired window of time for this movement should be considered, as well as the amount of pickup and drop points, the amount of material being moved, and whether or not cross contamination between multiple materials is a concern. Feeding is more time sensitive and requires more precise systems than...

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Cleats, high friction belting, buckets, etc. are common forms of preventing product slip. A heavily loaded inclined belt conveyor can slip backward when the drive is off. Such conveyors employ backstopping brakesthat engage automatically with de energization of their motors. Often, the brake is releasable to allow the conveyor to reverse for unloading prior to servicing. In some conveyors, a certain amount of slippage is desirable; those handling glass bottles on packaging lines will often employ some form of back pressure relief to prevent breakage to the bottles as they accumulate in a staging area such as a filler infeed. A conveyor belt is susceptible to static electricity as the belt is continuously pulled against the end pulleys. If electrical components are being conveyed, static electricity can be hazardous. Anti static conveyor belt measures such as conductive belts or static control brushes should be considered to protect products. Other safety considerations must be exerc...

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Conveyor selection depends on product type, throughput or speed, elevation change, and in some cases, industry focus. Belt conveyors, for instance, come in a variety of sizes and can range from foot long units used on packaging lines to mile long systems used for mining operations. Conveyors can be hand poweredwhere products are moved along manually over rollers or wheelsor engine/motor powered, or gravity powered. In general, though, they are driven by AC and DC motors, either directly or through reduction gears, chains, and sprockets, etc. Products generally ride on the top surfaces of conveyors, though exceptions exist. Overhead conveyors, as found at dry cleaners, slaughterhouses, or wherever floor space is a concern, suspend their loads from trollies which ride along overhead tracks. Other conveyors, such as screw and pneumatic types, convey their products through semi enclosed troughs or tubes. These conveyors often handle dry products and powders. Some conveyors are designe...

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This guide provides a basic understanding of conveyor system varieties, considerations for use, their applications, and industrial uses. For more information on related products consult our other articles and guides or visit the Thomas Supplier Discovery Platformto locate potential sources or view details on specific products.

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