Chain Conveyors

Chain conveyors are a type of material handling equipment that use chains to move goods and products along a conveyor system. They are often used in industries such as automotive, agriculture, food and beverage, and mining to transport heavy or bulky items.

Chain conveyors are designed to handle large and heavy loads, making them ideal for moving products such as automotive parts, agricultural equipment, and mining materials. They consist of a series of chain links that are connected together to form a continuous loop. The chains are usually made from metal and are driven by a motorized pulley or sprocket.

Chain conveyors can be configured in different ways, including single or multiple chain arrangements, horizontal or inclined layouts, and straight or curved paths. They can also be equipped with different types of chains, such as roller chains, welded steel chains, or engineering plastic chains, depending on the application requirements.

Chain conveyors can be used to move products through various stages of a production process, including assembly, packaging, and distribution. They can also be integrated with other material handling equipment, such as lifts, transfer cars, and storage systems, to create a complete conveyor system that meets specific production needs.