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Overhead Conveyors Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory is a top industrial directory listing of leading industrial overhead conveyor manufacturers and suppliers. Access our comprehensive index to review and source overhead conveyor manufacturers with preview ads and detailed product descriptions. These overhead conveyor companies can design, engineer and manufacture overhead conveyors to your specifications and application need. A quick and easy to use request for quote form is provided for you to contact these overhead conveyor manufacturers and suppliers. Each company has detailed profile information, locations, phone number, website links, product videos and product information defined. Read customer reviews and product specific news articles. We are the right resource for your information requirement whether its for a manufacturer of overhead conveyor systems, overhead chain conveyors, overhead track systems.

  • Belleville, NJ 800-822-8629

    Our focus on quality service always ensures that you will always receive only the best customer service from us. We will work with you from designing the products on CAD all the way to the installation process. We do this in order to make sure that our clients receive only the best possible service that they deserve. Our researchers are working around the clock to guarantee that clients receive only the best possible products available, at the greatest value to them.

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  • Monroe, NC 704-246-0900

    Spiroflow offers a complete range of mechanical conveying solutions in the industry. The staff at Spiroflow can recommend the best method to meet your conveying needs. We are known as an early inventor of the flexible screw conveyor, and are now offering other products and services such as mechanical conveyors, cable drag conveyors, chain drag conveyors, and pneumatic conveyors.

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  • Oakland, ME 207-465-2068

    Wrabacon Incorporated was founded in 1986 to solve a wide variety of automation problems with creativity, ingenuity, and craftsmanship. Over the years, we’ve built our reputation on our ability to provide quality automation equipment that helps businesses in the food, medical, and manufacturing industries grow. Whether your business needs to improve throughput or overcome a particular hurdle in production, Wrabacon can help.

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  • Waukesha, WI 262-746-6898

    Quintec is a full-service material handling system integrator that engineers, installs, and supports virtually any project that involves a conveyor. Established in 1999, we have become a leader in conveyor integration and the quintessential choice for small businesses, Fortune 500 companies, and the US government. Utilizing our extensive experience, we provide high-capacity, dependable material handling systems that meet peak volume rates and use low-risk, high-quality technologies.

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  • Archdale, NC 336-895-1963

    If you are in need of conveyors that are built to last, you can count on us to be your number one provider. We manufacture conveyors that guarantee efficiency and stability. Our teams offer fast turnaround on all orders and if an issue ever arises then we will work with you to quickly repair your systems. Give us a call today or visit our website to learn more information!

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  • Bessemer, AL 800-476-0256

    McKenzie handling Systems provides complete, fully engineered material handling systems in one total package. We custom design, build, install, and service integrated systems using the most advanced technology available. We are problem solvers at McKenzie Handling Systems and enjoy the challenge of designing a total conveyor and material handling systems; we can objectively recommend the best system for you. McKenzie Handling Systems is a full-service Materials Handling solutions provider.

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Overhead Conveyors

Overhead conveyors are material handling equipment used in moving products, parts, packages, foods or equipment from one place inside a facility to another, or through various stages of automated manufacturing or finishing. Used to maximize floor space and save labor expense, overhead conveyors have three main types that are commonly used in manufacturing and distribution: automated electric monorail conveyors, enclosed track overhead conveyors and overhead chain conveyors.

Overhead conveyor manufacturers are creating innovative solutions to new manufacturing challenges every day. For instance, packaging industries have designed overhead conveyor systems pre-programmed to sort specific boxes into separate chutes, and in the retail industry, sophisticated, computer-controlled overhead conveyor systems are now being put to use for garment movement. Used for applications such as assembly automation, warehousing, distribution, paint finishing, creative retail designs and complex production, overhead conveyors ensure that the product or material is less likely to get damaged than conventional floor conveyors. Industries that benefit from overhead conveyors include automotive, leather, paper, food processing, garment, pharmaceutical, material handling and industrial manufacturing.

Overhead conveyor system tracks can be supported by ceilings, walls or floors using floor stands or racks. Overhead conveyors can be non-powered and driven by either manual or gravitational forces or they can be powered and driven by a load-carrying mechanism such as an electric motor, center drive, air pressure or vacuum. Monorail conveyors have a conveyor frame consisting of an I-beam monorail and trolleys with load bars or carriers that are powered by a power driven chain and are used to move products or materials along the rail. Enclosed track overhead conveyors have a conveyor frame consisting of a tubular enclosed track or “load bars”, on which trolleys to move products or materials along. Overhead chain conveyors have a conveyor frame that can have an enclosed tubular track, I-beam monorail, I-beam twin rail with trolleys or load bars with carriers. These can be powered manually or electrically. Most overhead conveyors have hooks in order to suspend the items being transported and operate on an endless loop for continuous product or material movement. Modern overhead conveyor systems are equipped not only to move parts across horizontal and vertical distances, but also to curve, divert, lift and sort products and packages as part of complete automated systems. These types of advanced conveying processes are done by brushes, magnets, automated levers, rails and even simple gravity.

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