Conveyor Sorting Systems
The global logistics industry has developed an impressive array of hardware designed to automatically sort goods for a customer order or for a specific destination. The problem for Australian companies is that this hardware is almost inevitably...
We have a long list of very happy clients, both large and small. Here is a short list of some of the larger companies that we’ve done work for:
- ALDI Stores
- Pacific Brands
- Air Road Distribution
- Australia Post
- Toll Ipec
- Baiada Poultry
- Inghams Enterprises
- PACE Farms
- PRIMO Smallgoods
- Southern Meats
FOOD & BEVERAGE
- Allied Mill
- Asahi Beverages
- Amatil Coca Cola
- Nissan Casting
- Visy Industries
- AngloGold Ashanti
- Oz Minerals
Each of these companies presented with a particular challenge, and we delivered customised solutions to meet all of their goals.
Talk to us about your challenges, we’d love the chance to win your business and add your company to this list.
Drop-In Roller Conveyor Curves Could Be The Answer To Your Maintenance and Downtime Woes
Are you spending a lot of money maintaining noisy and unreliable roller conveyor curves?
Are you constantly worried that your roller conveyor curve might let you down at the most inconvenient time - such as when you have an important customer order to ship?
Is your equipment making noises that it shouldn’t be making?
Are you worried about the ongoing maintenance costs for your equipment?
A possible solution might be to purchase and install a new generation “drop-in” roller conveyor curve section with a self-contained drive. These curves can be built and supplied in a variety of angles, radiuses and widths to suit your application.
This is an easy way to replace existing troublesome conveyor equipment without accepting a huge cost and a long lead time.
They are also available in a variety of materials; from the standard steel construction with a painted enamel finish, all the way through to stainless steel construction with an IP66 rating for wash-down food applications.
These roller conveyor curves contain two 24V DC drive motors that can be easily integrated into any existing conveyor system regardless of which brand, make or type of construction it is. They are designed to be adaptable to any application, easy to install both mechanically and electrically and will give much improved reliability, performance and flexibility when compared to existing equipment.
The end result is a much better conveyor curve at a cost effective price that will fit into existing conveyor systems and give years of reliable service with minimal maintenance and noise.
Should you require more information on Adept Conveyor Technologies range of drop-in roller conveyor curves or advice on your application, please contact one of their friendly sales staff on (02) 9771 4655 or (03) 93578814.
DATE: DECEMBER 3, 2015