Conveyor System Designed For Flexibility

Dorner’s 5200 series Qwik conveyor Z frame allows end users to change product delivery elevations. Combining Z-frames and nose-over options with curved and straight conveyors allows users to complete an entire mainline conveyor system while maximizing vertical space, the company says. Modularity and quick-change features give end users in the industrial, automation and packaging industries flexibility to quickly and easily modify their conveyor systems according to production needs, the company says.

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Dorner’s 5200 series Qwik conveyor Z frame allows end users to change product delivery elevations. Combining Z-frames and nose-over options with curved and straight conveyors allows users to complete an entire mainline conveyor system while maximizing vertical space, the company says.

Modularity and quick-change features give end users in the industrial, automation and packaging industries flexibility to quickly and easily modify their conveyor systems according to production needs, the company says.

The company says the aluminum-framed conveyors can be shortened or extended in as little as 10 minutes and can come in straights, curves, cleats and the Z-frame option. 

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