old style and obsolete conveyor construction
Separated Guide screwed on the profiles.
Perforated steel-sheet profile with many holes. - Dust catcher!
All steel profiles were painted. - Claw marks are visible.
Power elements (O-belts, V-belts, etc.) externally visible and not safe.
Photo-sensors mounted on top of the profiles - conveyed goods can be damaged.
In case of accumulation, control-boxes are screwed on the U- or C-profiles. -
Many cables have to be equipped with plugs in order to plug them into the
sockets of the control boxes. - time consuming, expensive!
“Spaghetti syndrome” of cables everywhere in U- or C-profiles. -
High installation cost. Cables have to be fixed somehow.
In case of long lines, very often a separate cable channel is necessary. -
Legs are also made of perforated steel sheet profiles. -
Full of dust after some time in use.
In addition pneumatic lines for pneumatic devices are often necessary.
Partly the profile is covered with a separate profile made of PVC...
Still today you will find such constructions. - It's hard to believe!
Profiles made of fine anodized Aluminum, torsion resistant and aesthetic.
It combines all single profiles of earlier constructions in one.
The photo-sensors are mounted in a transparent and protected
housing inside the profile frame.
All patented drive elements are installed inside the closed profile frames, absolutely safe - without any tools!
The wiring with ASi-Bus System, - also patented - , is simple, flexible, easy to maintain, fast to install and exchangeable when needed.
The conveyor sections are completely assembled, pre-programmed and tested in the factory.
The single conveyor section can then easily be installed at
site - through "real plug-in", mechanical and electronical.
The legs are made of smooth and aesthetically formed fine anodized Aluminum.
Nowhere sticks something out, not even a screw head.
This concept is patented worldwide in most industrialized countries.
Made for tomorrow and beyond.
You cannot escape the responsibility of tomorrow by evading it today.