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Industrial Conveyor Systems Integration

Industrial conveyor systems provide increased throughput, more efficient product handling, and maximum support for operational processes. Modular and tailored to your business needs, conveyors can be leveraged to create efficiencies throughout your distribution center or production facility.

Conveyors are highly popular in the manufacturing and packaging industries as well as production plants and with the amount of demand for these products going up, the systems excel at allowing businesses to meet consumer demand and for that reason are more in need in a manufacturing process than ever.

DNC Automation design, build and integrate different type of conveyors with PLC control system and industry robot based on industries need as a total solution. There’s a list below outlining the different types of conveyor systems that are available.

What Is a Industrial Conveyor Systems?

A conveyor system is used in many industries such as warehouse conveyor systems and automotive conveyor systems as a standard piece of mechanical handling equipment to move goods, products, raw goods, and other materials from one location to another, usually in the same area or building. They are extremely handy for businesses that deal with heavy goods, sharp items, raw materials, and mass-produced products.

A conveyor system is a fast and efficient mechanical handling apparatus for automatically transporting loads and materials within an area. This system minimizes human error, lowers workplace risks and reduces labor costs — among other benefits. They are useful in helping to move bulky or heavy items from one point to another. A conveyor system may use a belt, wheels, rollers, or a chain to transport objects.

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Benefits Of Conveyor Systems

Below are the benefits of using conveyor systems

  • Can safely transport materials from one level to another through elevated conveyors
  • Can be installed in most situations while usually being able to add value and increase the safety of the workplace due to automation, failsafe’s, and safeguards
  • Conveyors can move high quantities of items in various shapes, sizes, and weights
  • Have advanced safety features that prevent accidents and injuries while increasing throughput of the system
  • Variety of options to run the conveying systems, including the hydraulic, mechanical, and fully automated systems which are equipped to fit individual needs


DNC Automation will work with you to determine the optimal conveyor solutions, placement, and integration with other technologies to ensure that you achieve throughput and quality goals now and in the future. Some details you may want to consider include:

  • Product or material traffic rate and routing
  • Facility space and layout
  • Special product handling needs
  • In-line equipment – ID scanners, scales, print & apply label applicators
  • Automation technology and system integration

Types Of Industrial Conveyors

  • Belt conveyor
  • Belt-driven live roller conveyors
  • Bucket conveyor
  • Chain conveyor
  • Chain-driven live roller conveyor
  • Flexible chain belt conveyors
  • Free roller Conveyor
  • Gravity conveyor
  • Modular Belt Conveyor
  • Motorised-drive roller conveyor
  • Overhead conveyors
  • Plastic belt conveyors
  • Slat Chain Conveyor
  • Spiral conveyors
  • Table top chain conveyor
  • Vertical conveyors
  • Vibrating conveyors
  • Wire mesh conveyors

Each type of conveyor serves a specific purpose. For example, a slat conveyor, made from slats or plates instead of a belt, is designed for moving heavy materials. The materials conveyed by a slat system are typically too large or heavy for traditional belt movement.

An escalator is an example of a chain-driven conveyor system. Instead of having a pulley system that pulls items along, the chain conveyor uses a towing system that pulls the steps in an upward or downward motion.

Ski lifts are an example of an overhead conveyor. These units use an electric track inclined to pull the chairs up or down the mountainside. Like an escalator, these systems use a chain-driven towing system.

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