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Gravity Roller Conveyor

Non-powered roller conveyors or Gravity Conveyors are the most economical and common method of conveying unit loads. The conveyors are typically mounted on a slight decline angle, therefore using gravity to assist product movement, especially for long distances.  They can also be used in applications where the conveyor is level and operators can push the product along to its final destination, allowing for multiple workstations, if needed. 

 

Application:

• Convey loads of Cartons, Totes, Fixtures, Cardboard Boxes

• Non-Contact Accumulation

• Unitized

• 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

Where it Works:

• Warehousing & Distribution

• Manufacturing

• Order Fulfillment

• Aerospace

• Government Military & Agency

• Automotive

• Parcel Handling

• Appliance

• Cabinetry & Furniture

• Food & Beverage

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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.