Vertical Conveying Solutions

Custom Dual Track Spiral Implementation

We recently shipped and installed a custom Dual Track Spiral Conveyor that helped solve some production and layout challenges.

Custom Dual Track Spiral Ready for Shipping
Ryson Dual Track Spiral Conveyor with motorized rollers at the infeed

Our integrator partner, Creative Packaging Solutions, LLC, designed the spiral into a new line with a very tight layout. The Dual Track Spiral Conveyor is more compact than utilizing two side-by-side spirals because it is essentially two spirals on one frame.

This Dual Track model 1200-300/2000-300  Spiral has two independently-driven lanes of 12” wide overlapping slats, facilitating an elevation change of 10’-6”. The spiral will convey sealed cases from two separate packaging lines at a rate of up to 42 cases per minute.

Because of some interference created by the existing adjoining conveyor, we designed in a small section of MDR (Motorized roller) with a cantilevered frame at the infeed. This will also assure a smooth and reliable transfer into the spiral. We also pre-wired the controls for that Infeed as well as floor-mounted motor disconnects, reducing field implementation time and cost.

For more information about the Ryson Custom Dual Track Spiral Conveyor , visit our products page on ryson.com, or download the spec sheet. You can also read more Dual Track Spiral Conveyor application stories on our weekly news blog.

 

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