Vertical Conveying Solutions

Sweetwater Brewing gets a Sweet Deal

Ryson Spirals Being Installed at Sweetwater Brewing in Atlanta
An old Ryson Show Spiral is now at new packaging line at Sweetwater Brewery in Atlanta

 Sweetwater Brewery in Atlanta, GA is expanding their production and packaging lines. They came to Ryson for their vertical conveying requirements and we were able to offer them a sweet deal on one of our “retired” show demo spirals.

This red demo spiral had been to several trade shows and had been replaced by our new high capacity model. To fit thier application, Ryson shortened the 1600-500 (20″ wide slats) spiral 3 feet and changed the in feed and out feet tangents from a C to an A configuration. This is another example where the proprietary Ryson modular design made it cost effective to reconfigure and repurpose a spiral. Sweetwater Brewing also has two existing Ryson Case Spirals on the production floor. They anticipate all lines will be running by mid March.

Once the production lines are up and running, Ryson will send a technician down to assure that the spirals are running good and have been properly integrated with the adjoining conveyors. Read this Ryson Blog entry for more details on repurposing ryson spirals, or call our sales team at 757-898-1530.

 

 

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