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Conveyor System
November 2006
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Inverted PaintLine conveyor systems are said to combine reliable, clean conveyor operations with the vertical flexibility made possible by unique inverted pendants. Unlike a rigid pendant, the inverted pendant pivots forward and backward on the wheel axle to allow free rotation up to 30 degrees with no torque or wear on the chain assembly. The inverted conveyor system is designed for production environments where clean operation is essential. Features of the system include adjustable and removable load centers on 6-inch increments—shorter load centers to allow for maximum productivity and control. According to the company, the inverted conveyor design makes messy drip pans and other “clean” equipment obsolete, while extending chain and track life. Typical inverted applications include paint and varnish applications, electronics manufacturing, pin systems, and package handling. Richards-Wilcox, www.richardswilcox.com

Richards-Wilcox Co.


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