Vertical Conveying Solutions

Customized Spiral Delivery

Ryson’s commitment to customer service includes working with our customers on the spiral delivery. Some applications are time sensitive and may need special considerations.

 

Ryson Spiral Conveyor - Spiral Delivery

 

Last week we finished shipping five of our High Capacity wash down spirals to a new dairy facility in the midwest for our Integrator partner, Cannon Equipment.

Spiral Delivery: Being a new construction site, the raised loading docks were not yet ready and the Integrator needed to unload the spirals inside the building through a grade level drive-in door. This required that the spirals be shipped on flatbeds and side-unloaded in the building by Cannon’s riggers.

Additionally, they needed to be delivered in a specific order because the spirals needed to be raised prior to installing the overhead grid ceiling.

These new case spirals have elevation changes up to 27 feet and are going to handle cases and crates of milk. The Ryson High Capacity Spiral Conveyor design can handle up to 3,600 lbs. of product in the spiral at one time at speeds up to 200 FPM. If you would like more information on the Ryson High Capacity Spirals, please read more Ryson Blog stories about spiral delivery, visit www.ryson.com or download the High Capacity Spiral Spec Sheet.

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