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Screw Conveyor System Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of screw conveyor system manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top screw conveyor system manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find screw conveyor system companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture screw conveyor systems to your company's specifications. Then contact the screw conveyor system companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product news articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of portable screw conveyors, flexible screw conveyors, vertical screw conveyors, or customized screw conveyor systems of every type, this is the resource for you.

  • Cedar Rapids, IA

    We are a US based, family owned company specializing in the design and manufacturing of screw conveyor systems of all configurations. For over 35 years we have excelled in delivering quality products and exceptional customer service. When it comes to our products and customer service, we have one goal, to provide the best in the industry! Discuss your custom needs with one of our project engineers today.

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  • Belleville, NJ

    VAC-U-MAX is a manufacturer specializing in screw conveyor systems. We serve the chemical, food and pharmaceutical industries with highly efficient products. Our AERO-FLEX flexible conveying systems are engineered to transport most dry bulk materials at a reduced cost. Visit our website to get a full product list or call us with your unique industrial needs!

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  • Elk River, MN

    For over 40 years, CDM’s mission has been to use our excellent application knowledge and customer service to provide our clients with superior solutions. We have grown to become a world leader in the manufacturing of conveying systems, conveyor chains, and material handling equipment. Industries we serve include minerals and mining, pulp and paper, and potash and fertilizer. Contact us today and learn what we can do for your application!

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  • Monroe, NC

    Spiroflow Systems has more than 40 years of experience in the design, manufacture & installation of bulk material handling equipment & systems. Product innovation & a thorough understanding of customers’ needs & objectives keep Spiroflow at the forefront of the industry. Spiroflow Systems offers flexible screw, aero mechanical, pneumatic, tubular cable & chain drag conveyors as well as bulk bag fillers & dischargers, automatic bag placing & sealing, robotic palletizing & auxiliary equipment.

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  • Mississauga, ON

    Since our founding in 1909, numerous industries have benefited from our screw conveyors and other bulk material handling equipment, including recycling, food, wastewater, cement, and biomass. Our team of dedicated staff members at Nordstrong work closely with our clients to help their business excel in operating more efficiently and profitably. We succeed when our clients succeed! Visit our website or call us today to get started.

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  • Westminster, MD

    At Process Systems and Design, our company’s motto is to do it once, and do it right. We provide material handling systems such as bulk powder and liquid processing equipment. Since our inception in 1990, we have built and maintained long-term relationships with our clients, and serve a multitude of industries including plastics & polymers, food processing, and pharmaceuticals. It is our mission to continuously improve quality and efficiency in both our products and customer service.

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Screw Conveyor Systems

Screw conveyor systems are systems that transport materials from one point to another by pushing using a rotating spiral screw that is placed inside a tube or trough. Screw conveyor systems have innumerable applications, and various different names, such as auger conveyors and helix conveyors. No matter what they are called, screw conveyor systems are remarkably useful to material handling and bulk material handling applications. They are able to move solids, semi-solids, powders and granules, liquids and sludges from all sorts of containers, including silos, vats, barrels, pits, hoppers, trucks, and railcars. Some of the substances that transfer include: cereal grains, wood chips, sand, sulphur, gypsum, limestone, aggregates, clinker, coal, petroleum coke, carbon black, meat and bone meal, animal feed, sugar, fertilizers, potash, pills, plastic pellets, powdered chemicals and tea.

Because of the diversity of need imposed upon them, screw conveyor systems are available in many different configurations. Nevertheless, screw conveyor systems are built off of a few established norms. First, they typically feature a trough or a completely enclosed system like a tube. This particular feature makes sure that, during operation, a system does not lose any material and that said material is not contaminated in any way during its transfer from point A to point B. Second, and most importantly, they feature a rotating helical screw blade, also known as an auger or as a flighting, which does the important work of propelling the material inside the conveyor system upwards or downwards. From here, screw conveyor systems begin to vary. For instance, most screw conveyor system components are made from a metal like aluminum or aluminum. Some, however, are instead made from high performance plastics; this is the case when an application presents a particularly high impact, high heat and/or high moisture environment. In addition, depending on their application, screw conveyor systems may work vertically, horizontally or on an incline. Vertical conveyors, as their name suggests, feature a long, vertical tube or channel, which is attached to a sturdy structure, such as the storage unit into which the conveyor is to direct materials. Inside this channel is a rotating helical screw blade that, as it rotates, forces material up through the system. At the bottom of the channel is an inlet, which is generally found inside a small vessel from which the channel draws up materials to be transported. Meanwhile, located at the top of the channel is an outlet. From here, the transported material exits the channel and enters the aforementioned storage space. Vertical screw conveyor systems are most popular for use with agricultural applications, especially the transportation of agricultural products into storage silos. Horizontal screw conveyor systems are the only system that use troughs, which are open on the top. This is because horizontal screw conveyor systems move on a flat plane, rather than up and down, so materials will not necessarily fall out if they do not use completely enclosed vessels. They are popular for use with any application that does not require the material be moved up and/or down. Finally, inclined screw conveyor systems work at a slight angle, using a tube that is situated on an incline in the ground. An inclined auger conveyor may be used in agricultural applications, as well as food processing and manufacturing, to name a few.

Screw conveyor systems are valuable and well worth a look by those searching for a good conveyor system, whether they wish to extend an existing system or start fresh with a new one. One of the many reasons why screw conveyor systems are so popular is that they are incredibly gentle on the materials and products that are transporting, keeping them intact and unharmed. This gentleness is the reason that they can be used to move sensitive items such as fiberglass, ferric sulfate, lead oxide, cocoa beans, caffeine powder, flour, garlic powder and vitamins. In addition to sensitive materials, they can be used to move small and/or powdery materials that, were they transported using other conveyor systems, would likely fall off and accumulate on other conveyor parts, such as in the workings beneath the belt or in between rollers. Such events would cost manufacturers time and money via material loss, the slowing of operations and conveyor system cleaning. Screw conveyors do not present this problem. To find out more about screw conveyor systems and what they may do for your application, reach out to an experienced conveyor manufacturer today. For the best results, turn to the manufacturers trusted by IQS, who can be found near the top of this page.



Screw Conveyor Systems
Screw Conveyor Systems
Screw Conveyor Systems - Flexicon Corporation
Screw Conveyor Systems - Flexicon Corporation