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4/1/2009

Powered Spur Conveyors Transfer Products Easier

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New DynaCon powered spur conveyors have been added to the line of Dynamic Conveyor Corp., Muskegon, Mich.

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New DynaCon powered spur conveyors have been added to the line of Dynamic Conveyor Corp., Muskegon, Mich. These units allow smooth, easy transfer of product from one conveyor to another at a 45° angle. The spur conveyor is built from a series of 4-in.-wide plastic link belts with staggered ends and running on a common drive shaft. The conveyors can be up to 24 in. wide and up to 8 ft long. (800) 640-6850 • www.dynamicconveyor.com

Dynamic Conveyor Corp.
5980 Grand Haven Rd. Muskegon, MI 49441
Phone (231) 798-1483 Fax (231) 798-9583 

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