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Pneumatic shake conveyors have been using in industries for decades.
Now there are electric conveyors. Why change? Strong arguments: Working Environment, Energy Consumption, Reliability and Total Economy. Click and Read our analysis:
Conveyor 22 uses the latest, state-of-the-art technology. The electric feeders are extremely clean without any form of emissions (e.g. oil mist) and are an excellent replacement for pneumatic transporters. The cleanliness is what makes our electric shaker conveyor unique. Clean Line 121 (IP66) can be used in many sectors that previously have been restricted to belt or vibratory conveyors. The pharmaceutical and food industries will now be able to easily replace older conveyor systems with a more cost efficient solution. The electric conveyor is designed to be environmentally friendly. The working environment is considerably enhanced and the transported goods are not affected by airborne emissions. Transporters from Conveyor 22 fully comply with the industry forthcoming environmental requirements – they are an investment for the future.
An electric transporter from Conveyor 22 is a complete product, delivered with control box, manual and fasteners for transporter and tray. We can provide accessories like a well-designed feeding system with bars, fasteners and slide elements, plus trays made of specially designed structured sheet metal. Trays can be custom ordered in many different materials, including non-stick coating, with lengths and widths adjusted to your specific needs. The adjustable bar system also allows you to mount multiple trays on one feeder. We also offer technical support.
All conveyors can easily be interfaced to most PLCs or manufacturing machines. The conveying duration, start and stop, can be programmed. The unique movement spreads the transported material and separates the details, making it easier for pick and place robots. The tray can be manufactured in a transparent material (tempered glass/lexan) for see-through and vision systems, allowing a view of production from beneath the tray.