LinkedIn Google+ YouTube Twitter Facebook Email Newsletter
×

Product Configurator

Please select your role:


?
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.

Enter your contact information to continue:


First Name*
Last Name*
Account/Company*
Email*
Phone (optional)
Comments (optional)

Please wait...

LEWCO Inc.
CONVEYORS

News

Chain Transfer Development

- Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Chain Transfer 300X201

LEWCO released a new series of Right Angle Transfer Conveyors designed to improve performance by establishing standard configurations where right angle transfer is necessary within Chain Driven Roller Conveyors (CDLR). The transfers are available in either 1,500 pound or 4,000 pound models specifically well suited for pallet and container handling systems. Each model is designed for 12” top of roller elevation and can have unlimited positioning of up to (4) chain strands of C60, flat pitch roller chain. 

Chain Transfer

The robust design of LEWCO’s Right Angle Transfer Conveyors is unique being it uses a cam actuated lift device which provides for smooth, positive, and even lift of the chain strands. This design is superior to the common air bag type lift whereby the corners can lift uneven especially when loads are not exactly centered on the conveyors effective width. Safety is another key advantage of the cam lift transfer being it can maintain a raised position even when air pressure is lost, again a feature not possible with air bag type lifts.  

Chain Transfer

Load/ Unload Station Design (T05)

The NEW series transfers are available in (4) configurations. The most common is an Internal Design (T01) where the chains are embedded completely inside the chain driven rollers effective width. A very similar version is available with External Chains (T02) whereby the chain strands project slightly outside the chain roller conveyors effective width. This design can be advantageous when container bottoms need extra support through close transitions to adjoin equipment. 

Chain Transfer

Cross Lane Design (T12)

Another common variation is the Load/ Unload Station Design (T05), where by the chains project outside the chain roller conveyor and allow for a platform position for either loading or unloading of product.

And finally the Cross Lane Design (T12) is used to convey pallets across parallel lanes of chain driven live roller conveyors.


LATEST NEWS

December 12, 2017

LEWCO Enhances Manufacturing Flow for Door Handling with Poly-V System

LEWCO recently provided a door manufacturer with a system of Poly-V Conveyors, P
Read More

November 28, 2017

LEWCO Cookware Manufacturer System

LEWCO recently provided a Cookware manufacturer with a system of Heavy Duty Mult
Read More

November 14, 2017

Lewco Automotive Seat Delivery System

LEWCO recently provided an Automotive seat manufacturer with a system of Zoned B
Read More

MEDIA


Photo Gallery

Recent Photos - See All



Videos

Recent Videos - See All

CONTACT US

P: 419-625-4014, ext. 4003

Who Are You?

?
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.