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LEWCO Inc.
CONVEYORS

Chain Roller Conveyor

Chain Driven Live Roller Conveyors, commonly referred to as CDLR, provides a positively driven, heavy duty, live roller conveyor. Because of the positive chain and sprocket drive, it's an ideal choice for conveying pallets, containers, drums and other heavy unit loads. In addition, it's well suited for dirty or oiling environments, where other types of live roller conveyors won't perform.  

 

Application:

• Unitized

• Totes or slab Pallets not strong enough to be supported by chain conveyor

• Pallet loads when bottom boards are perpendicular to the rollers

• Pallet loads when bottom boards are parallel to the rollers

• Side loading/unloading

• Accumulation of loads

• Loads that must be aligned 

Where it Works:

 • Appliance

 • Automotive

 • Cabinetry & Furniture

 • Food & Beverage

 • Manufacturing 

 • Order Fulfillment

 • Warehousing & Distribution

Models

  • CDLR19 - Chain Driven Roller, 1900 Series

    Model CDLR19 is a chain driven live roller conveyor that offers a positive drive for handling heavier loads. The rugged 1.9" diameter rollers are ideal for medium to heavy duty applications like drums, wheels, and totes.View Model Page

  • CDRC19 - Chain Driven Roller Curve, 1900 Series

    Model CDRC19 is a chain driven live roller curve conveyor commonly used with our CDLR19. It offers a positive drive for negotiating 90, 45, and 30 degree turns. The rugged 1.9" diameter rollers are ideal for medium to heavy duty applications like drums, wheels, and totes.View Model Page

  • CDLR25 - Chain Driven Roller, 2511 Series

    Model CDLR2511 chain driven live roller conveyor is the workhorse of heavy duty handling and is an excellent choice in severe service duty applications. It's rugged construction with 2-1/2" diameter rollers is well suited for loaded pallets, drums, and containers.View Model Page

  • CDDB25 - Chain Driven Roller, Dual Chain Box, 2511 Series

    Similar to our standard chain driven live roller conveyor, the CDDB25 offers the additional advantage of closer roll centers. Because all of the rollers are chain driven, the CDDB25 is an excellent choice for conveying loads with challenging footprints. View Model Page

  • CDRC25 - Chain Driven Roller Curve, 2511 Series

    Model CDRC25 is a chain driven live roller curve conveyor commonly used with our CDLR25. It offers a positive drive for negotiating 90, 45, and 30 degree turns. It's rugged construction with 2-1/2" diameter rollers is well suited for loaded pallets, drums, and containers.View Model Page

  • CDLR26 - Chain Driven Roller, 2607 Series

    Model CDLR26 has the same rugged features as our Model CDLR25, with the added benefit of heavy wall rollers. The heavy wall rollers are an excellent choice for impact zones or fork truck load/unload stations. View Model Page

  • CDDB26 - Chain Driven Roller, Dual Chain Box, 2607 Series

    Similar to our standard chain driven live roller conveyor, the CDDB26 offers the additional advantage of closer roll centers. Because all of the rollers are chain driven, the CDDB26 is an excellent choice for conveying loads with challenging footprints. The heavy wall rollers are better suited for impacting and fork truck interface.View Model Page

  • CDRC26 - Chain Driven Roller Curve, 2607 Series

    Model CDRC26 is a chain driven live roller curve conveyor commonly used with our CDLR26. It offers a positive drive for negotiating 90, 45, and 30 degree turns. The heavy wall rollers are is well suited for loaded pallets, drums, and containers in rugged industrial applications.View Model Page

  • CDLR35 - Chain Driven Roller, 3530 Series

    Model CDLR35 is the most robust conveyor of the CDLR series. The 3-1/2" o.d. x .300 wall, high capacity rollers, and standard structural channel frames, are suitable for heavy loads, and the most abusive industrial applications around.View Model Page

  • CDTRC - Chain Driven Tapered Roller Curve, 11 ga. Tapered Series

    The Model CDTRC is used to help maintain product orientation through a curve in the conveyor line. Tapered shells can accommodate a wide range of standard and custom radiuses, and can interface with our CDLR19, CDLR25, & CDLR26 models.View Model Page

  • CDZA25 - Chain Driven Roller, Zoned Accumulation, 2511 Series

    The CDZA25 Model conveyor is a zero pressure, chain driven live roller conveyor. Designed to accumulate heavy loads such as filled pallets, drums, and containers, with no back pressure. These units come equipped with zone control logic for easy set-up of cascade or slug release modes.View Model Page


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P: 419-625-4014, ext. 4003

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End User: A company that uses material handling equipment to aid in the manufacture of their product line.

Distributor: A company that typically sells allied material handling products including rack, mezzanies, cranes, hoists, scissor lifts, manipulators, etc.

System Integrator: A company that identifies purchases and manages the integration of various component parts and services to provide an automated solution to end user customers.

Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM): Companies that manufacture equipment as the primary business focus and incorporates material handling component parts in the design of their product.