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Material Handling Products and Installation Services

                                  conveyors, mezzanines, lifters, pallet racks, in-plant offices, steel shelving, and installation services

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Serving and servicing Wakefield, Boston, Cambridge, Somerville, Newton, Brighton, Woburn, Malden,  Andover, Wilmington, Billerica, Framingham, Lowell, Lawrence, Milford, Franklin, Walpole, Waltham, Chelmsford, Methuen, , Marlborough,  Springfield, Worcester, Holyoke, Fitchburg ...the North Shore, the South Shore, Greater Boston area, and Southern New Hampshire (NH) including Nashua, Manchester and Merrimack, RI, VT and CT


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Ball Transfer Tables

Benches

Cantilever Racks

Conveyors

Dock Levelers

Dock Boards

Dock Lifts

Dock Plates

Dock Seals

Dock Shelters

Edge of Dock Levelers

Electric Hoists

Ergonomic Chairs

Gravity Conveyors

Guard Buildings

Guard Shacks

Hoists

In-Plant Offices

Installations

Lift Tables

Lyons Lockers

Material Handling

Material Lifts

Mezzanines

Pallet Positioners

Pallet Racks

Pallet Stackers

Pallet Trucks

Platform Lifters

Scissor Lifts

Shelving

Storage Cabinets

Stackers

Steel Shelving

Strip Doors

Turn Tables

Wire Decks

Wire Partitions

Wireway Partitions

Work Benches

 


 

Hytrol gravity and belt conveyors, inclined and horizontal

Conveyors, Roller, Gravity, and Powered

see below for useful guidelines in selecting the right conveyor for your application


Begin by Providing the Following Information:


First, select the TYPE Conveyor below...


 

USEFUL GUIDELINES

  • Horizontal Belt Conveyors are used to move product at either a constant or variable speed at a typical work height of 30 - 34 inches or whatever you specify. Constant speeds are available from 7 fpm to 165 fpm. The most common speed is 65 fpm. Horizontal belt conveyors use a variety of belt materials, from friction surface to PVC-120 COS Gloss, to "rough-top" to suit your application They accommodate almost any product of any size, shape, and weight.
     

  • Inclined Belt Conveyors are used to move product from floor to floor, either up, down, or both ways (reversible). The dimensions of the product being conveyed are important. The relationship between product height and product length (going in the line of travel) determines the maximum angle at which the conveyor can be situated without the center of gravity causing the product to tumble back down. Double nose-overs are used to graduate the transition of the product from diagonal to horizontal at the discharge end of the conveyor.  Each nose-over section should be long enough to accommodate  2/3 the length of the product to assure a smooth transition. Roller conveyors are usually situated at the discharge end, and power-feeder sections (of belt conveyor) at the infeed end.

  • Ball Transfer Tables are used to allow a product to be manually turned or rotated for assembly applications, or to permit an abrupt perpendicular transition of products from adjacent parallel conveyor lines. They consist of a series of steel or nylon balls in sealed roller-bearing cups, spaced on centers suitable to the product dimensions.

  • Gravity Roller Conveyors use rollers instead of wheels to move the product.  The product should have a fairly smooth and uniform conveying surface. In determining roller centers (as with Live Roller Conveyors), the product should have a minimum of 3 rollers beneath it. Gravity roller conveyors will not allow products to orient properly around a curve unless you specify "tapered rollers". Tapering the roller causes a speed differential on the curve and facilitates product orientation. Gravity roller conveyors will accommodate any size product of any weight and size, and begin with a 1-3/8 in. diameter roller up to a 3-1/2 in. diameter roller ... and larger, depending on the required capacity.

 

 


 

WE INSTALL WHAT WE SELL


Pallet Racks - Dock Plates - Shelving - Platform Lifters -Scissor Lifts - Mezzanines - Strip Doors - Ergonomic Chairs - In-Plant Offices - Work Benches - Pre-Fab Offices - Dock Plates and Levelers - Dock Lifters - Gravity Rollers - Conveyors -Roller Conveyors - Electric Hoists - Chain Hoists - Wire Partitions - Wire Decks - Lift Tables - Stackers - Pallet Stackers - Pallet Positioners - Ball Transfers Scissors Lifts - Dock-Plates - PVC Strip Doors - Cantilever Racks - Dock Equipment - Dock Boards - Lockers - Dock Plates - Dock Seals ... and more.
 

 

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