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Vertical Conveyors Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory implements a thorough list of vertical conveyor manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our listing to examine and sort top vertical conveyor manufacturers with previews of ads and detailed descriptions of each product. Any vertical conveyor company can design, engineer, and manufacture vertical conveyors to meet your companies specific qualifications. An easy connection to reach vertical conveyor companies through our fast request for quote form is provided on our website. The company information includes website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information. Customer reviews are available and product specific news articles. This source is right for you whether it's for a manufacturer of vertical conveyor systems, continuous vertical conveyors, and vertical conveyor design.

  • Belleville, NJ 800-822-8629

    We are a world serving company dedicated to providing excellent customer service and lasting product value. All of our vacuum conveyors go through extensive rigorous testing under the watchful eyes of our quality control team before even leaving our facilities in order to ensure quality. To receive more information about our company and to learn how to get started with us, visit our website or get in touch with our customer service department using telephone or email today!

  • Monroe, NC 616-246-0900

    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.

  • Chester, IL 800-916-0031

    Flex-Line specializes in standard conveyor systems—flexible plastic chain, pallet conveyors, stainless steel conveyors, roller conveyors, belt conveyors and package handling in horizontal or vertical presentation. Systems for hygienic processing (food, personal products, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals) are also available.

  • Spring Arbor, MI 800-782-2779

    Established in 1897, Wardcraft Conveyors offers high quality conveying systems at competitive prices. We are committed to continual improvement and fostering strong relationships with our clients, providing exemplary service and product performance. Contact us today for additional information. We would love to take on your next project!

  • Ashland, OH 419-496-2974

    Our ball transfer conveyors are available in widths from twelve inches to fifty inches and lengths from twelve inches to one hundred and twenty inches in one inch increments. Our products feature a standard frame finish in powder coat blue and they have 7/16” mounting holes for support on both ends. Allow our excellent customer service staff work with you today in order to come up with the product that you have been seeking. Call today!

  • Jonesboro, AR 870-935-3700

    Hytrol Conveyor is a manufacturer of conveyors and conveying systems: horizontal conveyors, gravity conveyors, incline conveyors, portable conveyors and more. We are committed to durability, reliability and quality, and we serve many industries with our quality material handling systems.

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Vertical Conveyors

A type of material handling equipment, vertical conveyors are used tomove products or materials up or down between multi-levels instead oftraditional horizontal movement, and are commonly used in intermittentflow operations and in environments where limited horizontal space isavailable. Able to carry heavy loads over great vertical distances,vertical conveyors have two main types: vertical reciprocatingconveyors and vertical continuous conveyors.

Also referred to as mezzanine lifts, platform lifts and material elevators, vertical conveyors are used in applications such as bulk material handling, unit material handling, baggage handling, warehousing, distribution and packaging. Industries that utilize vertical lift conveyors include aerospace, automotive, industrial manufacturing, construction, pharmaceutical, agricultural, fitness equipment and food processing.There are many advantages when it comes to using vertical conveyors formaterial handling applications. Vertical conveyors reduce labor expenseand time spent as well as low operating costs and easy repositioning.Vertical conveyors are ideal for short distances and are capable oflong distances as well. Vertical reciprocating conveyors (VRCs) have some advantages over continuousvertical conveyors as well, offering multiple cartons per lift and lessnoise and footprint incase. However, continuous vertical conveyors have advantages over VRCs in terms of greater throughput.

Vertical conveyors are designed to offer ease of product movement between multiple levels. Vertical reciprocating conveyors are designed to receive products on one level, lift or lower them vertically, unload them at another level and then return to the starting point. VRCs principally consist of a single platform or carriage, a tower unit, guide columns and an actuating mechanism. VRC come in two basic types of actuating systems: hydraulic, used for carriage sizes of up to 10’by 10’ and vertical lifts up to 22’ with the ability to stop at two levels; and mechanical, used when larger carriages and vertical lifts are required and can stop at three or more levels. VRCs can come in four different lift designs; straddle, cantilever, four post and double mast. Continuous vertical conveyors are designed to accept products horizontally on one level, move them vertically and unload them horizontally at another level in a continuous non-stop motion without having to return to the starting point. Products are loaded into the conveyor by a feed conveyor that is positioned in front of the continuous vertical conveyor. Continuous vertical conveyors consist of one or multiple platforms or carriages, a tower unit, guide columns and either hydraulic or mechanical actuating mechanisms.Modern vertical conveyor systems are equipped not only to move partsacross vertical distances, but also to curve, divert, lift and sortproducts and packages as part of complete automated systems.

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