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Roller Conveyors Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of roller conveyor manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source roller conveyor manufactures with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate roller conveyor companies that will design, engineer, and manufacture roller conveyors for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading roller conveyor manufacturers. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for power roller conveyors, roller conveyor parts, or roller conveyor systems.

  • Belleville, NJ 800-822-8629

    From designing your perfect conveyor system, all the way to the installation system our qualified employees are ready to help you find the conveyors of your dreams. We have researchers working around the clock in order to bring you only the latest and greatest in conveyor technology. We boast about our customer service and aim to make it a priority to be committed to customers in such a way that it exceeds their expectations every single time. Send us an email for more information today!

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  • Monroe, NC 704-246-0900

    Throughout our 45 years, our design engineers and process automation team has delivered our customers the safest and most reliable process solutions on the market. Since we offer such a wide range of conveying methods, our engineers will evaluate your needs in order to receive the most ideal conveyor for your process. Contact Spiroflow to get started!

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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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Roller Conveyors

A roller conveyor is a type of material handling equipment that moves products, packages, foods and equipment from one place inside a facility to another, or through various stages of automated manufacturing or finishing. Roller conveyors utilize round rotating parts called rollers to transport material through the conveying system. In order to properly move products or materials, roller conveyors require a flat-bottom and possession of an area sufficient to span several adjacent rollers.

There are three main types of roller conveyors used in manufacturing and distribution applications three main divisions: gravity roller conveyors, lineshaft roller conveyors and pallet roller conveyors. Common used in accumulating materials and in converging conveyor systems, in which separate conveyor lines join to form a single conveying line, additional applications for roller conveyor systems include distribution, warehousing, material handling, shipping, sortation, washing and drying. Due to the wide range of possible applications, roller conveyors are often used in a correspondingly vast amount of industries including commercial, industrial manufacturing, aerospace, construction, pharmaceutical and metal finishing.

Roller conveyors convey products horizontally along a pathway containing a series of rollers that are placed perpendicular to the direction of travel for movement. These rollers are contained in a fixed frame that elevates the pathway from several inches to several feet and are spring-loaded with hex angles or round angles. Roller conveyors can be powered or non-powered: powered roller conveyors are powered by chains or belts and non-powered roller conveyors can be manually powered and straight or are driven by gravitational forces, necessitating the pathway to have a downward slope large enough to overcome rolling fiction. Powered roller conveyors use small belts and plastic spools in order to provide traction to the rollers, but also allow products to accumulate on the conveyor if there is a queue. Heavy duty roller conveyors are typically powered by friction belts or chains underneath that are attached to a shaft that runs the length of the conveyor frame. The shaft is connected to an electric motor and powers the rotation of the rollers. Skate wheel conveyors are very similar to roller conveyors, but instead of a roller pathway there is a pathway of skate wheels that is used to facilitate movement. Skate wheel conveyors are typically lighter-weight and as a result are generally used for lighter load weight applications.

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