Dynamic Conveyor, Muskegon, Mich., will present a range of technologies at NPE2015 (Orlando, March 23-27; Booth 321) that show how customizing parts-handling systems using standard components and a variety of accessory options can create the ideal conveying system.
The new Vertical Z Conveyor allows processors to save floor space in instances where parts must be moved to a higher elevation. The DynaCon vertical incline conveyor can be custom designed to a specified height and comes in widths ranging from 4 to 60 inches. There is an optional hopper available, and casters can be added for mobility.
DynaCon’s Variable Height Adjustment option provides efficient, ergonomic operation on any of the company’s straight, incline or Z-style conveyors. One-person height adjustments up to 15 inches are possible manually with a hand crank or mechanically via a push-button electric motor.
DynaCon Inline Box Filling Systems allow user-defined fill rates with accuracy up to 0.3 ounces. Automated for unattended operation of filling, the system can transfer boxes from 0 – 200 lb. The control is said to offer simplified set-up and an easy-to-read visual indicator.
DynaCon Tumbler Separators boast increased accuracy for part and runner separation. Two rotating cage options offer increased separation accuracy over standard drum separators, according to DynaCon. The cages have adjustable fins to meet a variety of separation needs, while interchangeable sleeves, with custom holes, allow for optimal parts and runner separation. The sleeves can be switched out in less than 60 seconds to adjust to a variety of parts separation scenarios.
DynaCon notes that a large variety of accessories is compatible with DynaCon conveyors. At NPE, the company will display metal detection, fan cooling, small product transfer and a product-diverting arm.
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