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CONVConversation
CONVConversion
CONVConvertible
CONVConvention
CONVConverter
CONVConvocation
CONVConvalescent
convConveyor
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Experienced Hustler Conveyor engineers use computer-aided design (CAD) to take a project from concept to reality.
Bunting makes one of America's broadest lines of permanent magnetic metal separation and detection equipment--as well as a full line of conveyors and conveyor systems, lifting magnets and magnetic sweepers.
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Through theses means, Yokohama Rubber aims to strengthen the production and sales of conveyor belt products targeted at China and overseas.
A belt conveyor may move municipal solid waste, commercial waste, paper, plastic, aluminum, or ferrous cans.
The conveyor provides the ability to have non-contact, zero-pressure accumulation, with accumulation zones driven by the rollers.
As implied by its name, 2200 and 3200 Series Backlit conveyors come installed with an internal lighting system that brightly shines light through the conveyors' translucent belt.
County environmental health specialist Terrance Powell said the problem at Sushi Mac is that its rotary falls under the definition of a ``storage'' device because sushi stays on the conveyor for an unspecified amount of time.
The conveyor belting itself, rated at ST-7800, was supplied by Phoenix of Germany.
Advancements in low-profile conveyor designs address the needs of increased efficiency, budget restraints and the goals of enhanced productivity, and the ability to accommodate shorter production runs within a just-in-time context.
The first kind is the horizontal-motion conveyor, so called because its mechanical action rhythmically jerks the trough that holds the product back and forth, using the product's inertia to push it forward.
The discharge conveyor was designed to distribute the load as it accumulated, thus avoiding concentrated pileup that might require manual shifting.