Belt Driven Accumulation Conveyor

Narrow Belt Accumulation Conveyor

A belt-driven, live-roller accumulation conveyor completely eliminates line pressure while providing maximum density of various sizes of cartons, totes or just about any conveyable product.

Ideal Applications

These warehouse conveyor systems are best suited for distribution center accumulation applications where high throughput is required and product sizes and weights vary.

Performance Parameters

Screen Shot 2015-04-06 at 2.20.17 PM

Key Benefits

  • Pre-wired, plumbed electrical and pneumatic components for ease of installation
  • No minimum weight restriction for electronic sensing
  • Spring-loaded take-up maintains optimum belt tension
  • Innovative direct-drive system provides high efficiency for long lengths, reducing energy consumption and noise
  • Unique frame design protects electronic and pneumatic components
  • Hollow-shaft direct drive eliminates noisy chains and sprockets

Accumulating Curve

A zero-pressure curve provides product accumulation on a curve when the zone following the curve has product present. These warehouse conveyor systems are ideal for accumulation and transportation applications where live roller curves, spurs, and short sections of conveyor can be slave-driven (multiple conveyors driven off of a single motor) from narrow belt accumulations sections or from a belt section of conveyor.

Performance Parameters

Product Weight Range:  75 lbs. per foot

Minimum Product Length:  9 inches

Maximum Conveyor Length:  20 ft. either direction from the drive

Drivers:  Slave-driven or narrow belt accumulation

Speed:  60 FPM – 210 FPM

Screen Shot 2015-04-06 at 2.20.02 PM

Key Benefits

  • Eliminates the need to program the conveyor system in such a manner as to prevent product backing up on the curves
  • Curve slave-driven from adjacent conveyors eliminates motors, reducing controls and wiring costs
  • Ease of maintenance to belt reduces cost and downtime
  • Smooth, cushion top belt provides maximum drive and minimum noise
  • Speeds up to 200 fpm provide maximum throughput