Gravity Conveyor Advantages
Gravity conveyors have many advantages. In fact, they work in receiving, processing, order fulfillment, staging, assembly and loading docks. Non-powered gravity sections are positioned flat for push-assisted applications or minimally sloped to flow with gravity.
Constructed of heavy gauge galvanized steel, a gravity conveyor can be configured for existing pick or process lines or used as stand-alone and temporary unit. Conveyor sections are available in a variety of lengths, widths and rail heights to meet your specifications. Our heavy duty rollers are constructed to support a variety of load requirements including uneven or awkward containers. We use permanently lubricated ball bearings to maximize life and minimize jams.
- Minimal Investment – relies solely on gravity, no need for expensive motors
- All Galvanized– clean, heavy duty and food safe
- Low Maintenance – Rollers do collect debris, preventing hang-ups
- Versatile – A wide variety of roller widths, lengths and heights allows full customization
- Flexible – Used for a large number of material handling applications
- Work in Process
- Order Fulfillment
- Pick Modules
- Work Stations
Comfortable Order Selection – Traditional gravity conveyor rails had sharp edges which could catch the order selector’s hands, clothing or cartons. As a result, pickers used caution to avoid these edges. The solution was creating a roll-over frame rail with a smooth, rounded surface. Not only were the sharp edges removed, but the new design also protected the rollers from impact and debris, with little to no added cost to the system.
Contact us for a quote on the most affordable and reliable way to move materials from point A to point B, with Gravity Conveyors.
We’ve spent years helping companies just like yours implement customized conveyor solutions beginning with your BF calculation. Therefore we are ready to help you. Contact a member of our team at 865-540-4004 to discuss your needs and what we can do for you. We proudly serve customers in Tennessee, Alabama, and throughout the Southeast.