Vertical Conveying Solutions

Tag: Factory Acceptance Test

Mar 23

Unique Application For a Spiral Conveyor

Last week we shipped four Ryson Spirals for a unique application involving conveying loose rolls of paper towels. The cores will be parallel to the surface of the slats, something that is not commonly done on a spiral conveyor. The 100% friction slats create a cleating affect that keeps the rolls centered on the chain.

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Jul 5

Factory Acceptance Tests at Ryson

Last week, we welcomed engineering and plant maintenance people from a prominent personal care products manufacturer to our Yorktown, Virginia manufacturing facility for some factory acceptance tests. They were here […]

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Sep 9

Factory Acceptance Tests

Ryson gladly sets up both product testing and factory acceptance tests as part of our commitment to customer service.

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Jun 3

Factory Acceptance Test with Satisfied Customer

On a typical Factory Acceptance Test, Ryson prepares a thorough demonstration of its’ Spirals to customers. Attention to details about proper installation, integration and maintenance topics ensures the Spiral will live a long life and that the customer is satisfied.

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Jul 2

A factory acceptance test and a history lesson

Last week we conducted a factory acceptance test (FAT) on 4 spiral conveyors going to a large food manufacturer in Eastern Virginia.

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May 22

Spiral Vertical Indexing

Vertical Indexing: This week Ryson will be shipping this 21 foot tall model 1600-500 spiral conveyor to Texas, where it will be used in a processing operation. This spiral will be used […]

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Jan 9

Dual Lane Dual Spiral handles 4 Production Lines

  Dual Lane Dual Spiral That handles 4 Lines: This week we conducted a factory acceptance test of this special Ryson Dual Track spiral conveyor. This is our 1300-400/2300-400 model with two […]

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Aug 27

Factory Acceptance Test Visits Offer Many Benefits.

Recently we hosted a Factory Acceptance Test (FAT) on a Ryson High Capacity Mass Flow Spiral Conveyor. The Spiral ships to a major food manufacturer in the Mid-West. Ryson welcomes FAT’s […]

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Jun 27

Stainless Steel Options for the Narrow Trak Spirals

The Narrow Trak Spiral is ideal for small loads with it’s 5″ wide nesting slat design and saves considerable floor space with it’s 3’9″ outside diameter.

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Aug 16

Factory Acceptance Tests Welcome at Ryson International

We always welcome our Integrators partners and their clients to visit Ryson… And run factory acceptance tests on their new spiral conveyors prior to shipment. It’s an opportunity to demonstrate the […]

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Aug 2

Factory Acceptance Tests on Request

All Ryson Spirals are shop tested for approximately 8 hours prior to shipment. We also perform factory acceptance tests (FAT) upon request.

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Jan 4

Factory Acceptance Test Are Very Beneficial

Factory Acceptance Test are very beneficial because the customer gets a first-hand look at the spiral conveyor before shipping and allows them to be better prepared for the installation.

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Nov 16

High Profile Mass Flow Spiral Conveyor Factory Test

Ryson Completed a high profile factory acceptance test with MillerCoors, featuring their new 20″ high capacity slat.

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Mar 8

High Profile Factory Mass Flow Spiral Acceptance Test

Ryson recently conducted a comprehensive factory acceptance test (FAT) on two tall stainless steel mass flow spiral conveyors for a major food manufacturer.

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Jan 20

Multiple Infeed Spirals Can Streamline Multiple Production Lines

Ryson has always been about saving space by elevating products in a smaller footprint than conventional methods. That’s been taken to a new level with our new multi-infeed spirals.

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Aug 19

Ryson Offers the Convenience of a Video Factory Acceptance Test

An optional Factory Acceptance Test (FAT) is available to Ryson customers. Ryson always runs and tests each spiral before shipping from our Virginia manufacturing plant, but customers often want assurance that their products are handled as required on our spirals before leaving our factory. Since travel to observe this isn’t always a viable option, Ryson is happy to videotape and photograph the test and post the video securely via the internet. Many of our customers take advantage of this time and money saving resource.

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Jan 13

Dry Run Testing for Special Considerations

During a dry run, Ryson takes hourly temperature readings on the motor, gearbox and bearings and monitor noise level of the spiral conveyor. This is conducted during an 8 hour period and the data sent off to the customer along with a video of the spiral running their test product.

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Oct 22

Challenging Project for a Dual Track Spiral Conveyor

The Systems Integrator Thompson Conveyor Company approached Ryson with an interesting project: A dual spiral conveyor that will replace two existing case elevators in a very tight space.

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