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Five Steps to Choosing a Conveyor

Based on the most frequently asked questions directed at Dorner Mfg. Corp., the company made an infographic that details various configurations and options to consider.

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Does your business use conveyor systems to move parts from one place to another, and if so, are you considering an upgrade? Alternatively, are you considering purchasing a conveyor, but aren’t sure where to start? If the answer to either of these questions is “yes,” the graphic below is worth a look. Submitted by conveyor manufacturer Dorner (dornerconveyors.com), it’s based on the most frequently asked questions from customers and potential customers. Layout options, configurations, belt material options, accessories—the graphic provides a fast, easy way to understand basics of most of the considerations involved in purchasing a new conveyor system.  


Five Easy Steps to Choosing a Conveyor

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