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Narrow Trak Spiral is Ideal for Conveying Small Packages

Ryson Narrow Trak Spiral is Ideal for Conveying Small Packages.
Ryson Narrow Trak Spiral is Ideal for Conveying Small Packages.

The Ryson Narrow Trak Spiral Conveyor is ideal for conveying small packages. They are also a good alternative to side gripper conveyors because they can run at high speeds and do not need to be adjusted for varying product sizes.

This week, we will be shipping this 14’ tall model 1100-150 Narrow Trak spiral to Nova Scotia, that will be inclining cans of sardines at 120 FPM for a customer of our Integrator Partner, BF Consulting.

This 49.5” diameter spiral saves a lot of space and takes the place of an incline belt system.

The Narrow Trak Spiral is ideal for this kind of application. The small size of the cans can handle the transitions on and off the spiral without disruption of the orientation. The spiral contains 100% friction which prevents the cans from sliding back.

These spirals are powder coated to assure a durable finish. Also available in hybrid stainless steel versions suitable for wet applications. The Narrow Trak Spirals are especially beneficial for the food, beverage, pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, personal care market and food product companies.

For more information about the Ryson Narrow Trak Spiral Conveyors, visit www.ryson.com, download our Narrow Trak spec sheet, or read more application stories on our weekly news blog.

 

 

 

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