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The Benefits of an Ergonomic Conveyor

Adjustable leg support options for ergonomic conveyor

First of all, let’s define what an ergonomic conveyor is… ergonomic conveyors are designed to interact most efficiently and safely with the people who use them. Below are a couple of scenarios of when you might want to consider using an ergonomic conveyor.

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Conveyor Modularity: Don’t be fooled by claims of modularity

Conveyor modularityConveyor Modularity:  Many companies are staking the claim of conveyor modularity.  What exactly is a modular conveyor?  Typically it means a conveyor that is built from standard components, commonly referred to as modules.  Because the conveyors are built from stock components, they can be built cost effectively, quickly and boast short lead times potentially enabling a complete line to be ready and running in days rather than weeks.

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What to consider when looking for an Industrial Wax Conveyor

Conveying wax pastilles can be a difficult and costly process.  Many companies choose to use auger style conveyors, but others have found great success with belt conveyors.DynaClean Z Conveyor with synchronized belt for conveying wax pastilles

Product Jams
Auger style conveyors can only run for short periods of time before they become jammed with product.  The run time can be as short as an hour before workers have to totally disassemble the auger and clean it.  It takes 2-3 employees 30 minutes to an hour to disassemble and clean the auger.  Belt conveyors with a simple open conveyor design do not have nooks and crannies where product can become lodged.  Belt conveyors can run 24/7 or until there is a need to stop the process and change the batch.

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Can You Solve Today’s Challenges with Yesterday’s Conveyor?


DynaCon reconfigurable conveyorsReconfigurable conveyors offer a modular design that will allow you to reconfigure when your conveying needs change.

The challenges you face today are different than they were a few years ago.  The challenges you will face tomorrow are different than they are today.  Shouldn’t the conveyors you use today be equipped to meet your future demands?

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