Have you ever been to the Dry Cleaners? If so, you’ll notice how the material (clothes or garments) are moved on an overhead conveyor? Well, that’s the most common type of Trolley Conveyor System.
Similar to a Chute Conveyor, Wheel Conveyor, Roller Conveyor, and Chain Conveyor, Slat Conveyor, Flat Belt Conveyor, Magnetic Belt Conveyor, Troughed Belt Conveyor, Bucket Conveyor, Vibrating Conveyor, Screw Conveyor, and Pneumatic Conveyor, Vertical Conveyor, Cart-on-Track Conveyor, and Tow Conveyor, a Trolley Conveyor or Overhead Trolley Conveyor is another transport equipment designed to move material efficiently from one location to another.
|Other Conveyors to Consider
Ideally an Overhead Trolley Conveyor is great for,
- Unit + Overhead + No Accumulate
- Uses a series of trolleys supported from or within an overhead track
- Trolleys are equally spaced in a closed loop path and are suspended from a chain
- Carriers are used to carry multiple units of product
- Does not provide for accumulation
- Commonly used in processing, assembly, packaging, and storage operations
- Overhead Trolley Conveyors and Engineering using Trolleys as means of conveying. Includes I-Beam and Drop Forged Chain Conveyors.
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