Dust-proof conveyors

May 28, 2010
The conveyors have a low-friction coating for higher efficiency.

2300 and 5300 Series DustPruf conveyors have a streamlined frame design with few catch points where dust can collect. SmartSlots in the frame let users add guiding and application accessories with self-tapping screws and a cordless drill.
The conveyors' FDA-approved, low-friction coating on the bedplate lets the motor run 20% more efficiently for lowers energy consumption and higher load capacity. Frames are recyclable aluminum and tolerate wipe-down and spot cleaning.
The 5300 Series comes in widths from 8 in. to 3 ft and lengths up to 83 ft, with end, nosebar, curve, and nosebar curve models. The conveyors are reconfigurable and can move up to 260 ft/min. The 2300 Series conveors are 2 in. to 2 ft wide, and up to 24 ft long. Motors can be placed at the end or center.

Dorner Mfg. Corp., 975 Cottonwood Ave, Hartland, WI 53029, (800) 397-8664,

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