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  • Lb Foster – Definitive Guide to Conveyors
    as a device to transport garments around a warehouse This type of conveyor can be used for horizontal long distance runs and it can be run on an incline and decline Technical Details Typically the recommended maximum weight for loading a one metre long trolley is 50kg The speed of the system will usually be set at 12 metres per minute this can be adjusted for specific needs Which industries

    Original URL path: http://www.conveyors.co.uk/guide-to-conveyors/prodserv/trolley-systems/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Lb Foster – Definitive Guide to Conveyors
    operated garment transportation solution which can be used by itself or as part of an integrated system to provide cost efficient transportation for single GOH product The manually operated system comprises a rail structure with a range of bends and switch options In a multi level environment it incorporates powered sections to raise garments to different floors Ideal for moving products over short distances the system can feature a supported running track with two way and three way drop off switches which change the direction of garment flow Technical Details Slick rail is suitable for all types of goods on hanger GOH products A 1500mm support can hold a maximum garment load of 30kg metre The flexibility of this maximum load can be discussed with your supplier Which industries use a slick rail As this is a highly flexible system it is often used in garment processing and carton to hanger value added operations It can be used in small installations e g stock rooms or it can be integrated into large apparel warehouses It is an essential piece of equipment in locations where quantities of garments large or small need to be selected collected or moved quickly Message Please

    Original URL path: http://www.conveyors.co.uk/guide-to-conveyors/prodserv/slick-rail/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Lb Foster – Definitive Guide to Conveyors
    incline or decline sections within a manual garment conveying system which moves trolleys or individual goods on hangers These can provide a large amount of flexibility in warehouses particularly when mezzanine floors and elevated loading docks are used to store products on different levels Technical Details The maximum load and speeds for the garment elevator are similar to those of a trolley conveyor in order to make integrating the two systems simple Maximum load is 50kg metre and the average speed is 12 metres per minute A standard incline decline angle is 30 degrees A garment elevator can have many desirable features which prolong the life of the system and ensure that products are well looked after Soft Start avoids a jerky start to the elevator Timed auto stop start turns the elevator off when not in use and back on automatically when required A remote control unit means staff can control the elevator from a distant point Line Full switch automatically informs the system when a line is full avoiding product collisions Which industries use a Garment Elevator Many garment handling warehouses that use mezzanine floors trolley systems and goods on hanger systems will benefit from the inclusion of

    Original URL path: http://www.conveyors.co.uk/guide-to-conveyors/prodserv/garment-elevator/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Lb Foster – Definitive Guide to Conveyors
    to Garment CVR Back to Garment Conveyors Garment CVR What is a Garment CVR A non powered garment CVR constant velocity retarder is a device which is used to steadily lower trolleys of garments down a decline rail from an upper floor mezzanine or loading dock The purpose of the system is to keep the trolleys at a constant speed so regardless of the weight of garments on the trolleys they will roll at only one speed controlled by the CVR For example an empty trolley will travel down the decline at the same speed as a fully loaded one Technical Details A garment CVR does not require any power to drive the system It lowers the garments down an incline of up to 30 degrees with a maximum load of 50kg per metre using a centrifugal brake mechanism Which industries use a Garment CVR A garment CVR is a cost effective means of lowering garments down from upper floors It can be integrated into any materials handling system and is particularly useful in the fashion and retail sectors Message Please sign me up to your email Give us a call 0116 276 1691 Ping us an email web conveyors

    Original URL path: http://www.conveyors.co.uk/guide-to-conveyors/prodserv/garment-cvr/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Lb Foster – Definitive Guide to Conveyors
    Loaders Boom Loader Garment Conveyors Trolley Systems Slick Rail Garment Elevator Garment CVR Other Conveyors Screw Conveyors Definitive Guide to Others Screw Conveyors Go to the LB Foster Materials Handling website Message Please sign me up to your email Give us a call 0116 276 1691 Ping us an email web conveyors co uk The Legal Stuff Privacy Policy Site Maps XML Site Map HTML Site Map ROR Feed URL

    Original URL path: http://www.conveyors.co.uk/guide-to-conveyors/prodserv_category/others/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Lb Foster – Definitive Guide to Conveyors
    horizontally or at a slight incline as an efficient way to move semi solid materials such as food waste wood chips aggregates or animal feed Technical Details Most commonly the screw conveyor consists of a trough or a tube that contains a spiral blade This can either coil around a shaft in which case the blade is driven at one end of the tube or trough and is held in place at the other In other cases the blade doesn t coil around a shaft and so it will be driven at one end and free at the other this is known as a shaftless spiral The rate of volume transported by the screw conveyor is proportional to the rotation rate of the shaft The ability to have control over the shaft rotation rate means that it is often used as a variable rate feeder Screw conveyors can also be built with an incline This proves to be a very economical method of elevating materials Unfortunately it requires a lot of space and depending on the gradient of the incline it can rapidly decrease the delivery of material Which industries use a Screw Conveyor The most common industries to use

    Original URL path: http://www.conveyors.co.uk/guide-to-conveyors/prodserv/screw-conveyor/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Lb Foster – Definitive Guide to Conveyors
    form for marketing analysis of our website traffic In addition to any personal information you may provide LB Foster Materials Handling may on occasion use software or other tools that enable the collection of relevant technical information for example the IP address Internet protocol IP the operating system deployed on your computer the browser used for access various traffic patterns as well as the address of any referring websites LB Foster Materials Handling always traces how a visitor arrives at the LB Foster Materials Handling website however it is not possible to and we will not attempt to gather information about other sites that have been visited prior to landing at www conveyors co uk How we may use your personal information LB Foster Materials Handling may use your personal information for the following purposes To enable you to use the site without repeatedly entering passwords or logins To provide information or services that you have requested To help us manage our content to ensure it is relevant and appropriate to you To alert you to company news product upgrades other updated information and new products and services from LB Foster Materials Handling What is a cookie Cookies are a common Internet tool that assign a unique identification to your computer and store the detail only on your computer s hard drive via a facility in your web browser Cookies are used on this site They are used to keep track of the information you have given us during your visits to the site The cookie stored on your computer is simply a numeric identifier that we use to identify you as you move around the site and so you can retrieve information you have previously sent to our server Security We use a number of mechanisms to protect the security and integrity of personal data Unfortunately no data transmission over the Internet can be guaranteed as completely secure So while we strive to protect such information we cannot ensure or warrant the security of any information transmitted to us and individuals do so at their own risk Once any personal data comes into our possession we will take reasonable steps to protect that information from misuse and loss and from unauthorised access modification or disclosure What about links on your site LB Foster Materials Handling may periodically provide links on our site that direct to external third party websites We have no control over the content other sites nor the usage of information they gather We recommend that you always review the privacy policies at any third party sites you visit as they may not follow similar policies as LB Foster Materials Handling Google Analytics This website uses Google Analytics a web analytics service provided by Google Inc Google Google Analytics uses cookies to help the website analyse how visitors use the site The information generated by the cookie about your use of the website including your IP address will be transmitted to and stored by Google on servers

    Original URL path: http://www.conveyors.co.uk/guide-to-conveyors/privacy-policy/ (2016-02-12)
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