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Mobility Engineering Slat Conveyors

Plastic slat conveyors are predominantly used, and are ideal in such industries as food and pharmaceuticals, where rapid speed and accuracy is of the utmost importance, plus they also have the ability to be washed down for hygiene purposes.

Plastic/Acetal Slat Conveyors are used more for the lighter products, and usually in the food/pharmaceutical industries, where narrow products, such as plastic tubs, yoghurt and ice cream pots, etc, are conveyed from various filling machines, through barcode readers and either straight to packing areas or straight into freezers, cool rooms or storage areas.

Steel Slat Conveyor Systems are predominantly used, and are ideal in such industries as food and pharmaceuticals, where rapid speed and accuracy is of the utmost importance, plus they also have the ability to be washed down for hygiene purposes.

Steel (usually stainless) slat conveyors are predominantly used for heavier industry, where the conveyor needs to be built to a very robust design, especially when handling heavy steel products such as automotive parts (presented to the conveyor via a robotic system), punched/pressed parts (from underneath machines), etc.

As they are generally situated in dirty and possibly wet conditions, the slats tend to be stainless, rather than mild steel, as their life expectancy would be greater.

Here are some our our latest slat conveyor designs at Mobility Engineering:

Acetal Slat Merge Conveyor


 

Modular Belt & Slat Merge Conveyor System


 

Stainless Steel Acetal Slat Chain Conveyor

If you are looking for a specialist conveyor or materials handling system call us on 01925 755923 or contact us via our website.    

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