Automated Warehouse Conveyor Systems

Conveyor Systems

The types of conveyors available to move products is staggering.  You can move, sort, lift, divert, merge, accumulate and create a more organized, efficient, and productive workplace while making more money.  Conveyors are typically the first type of automation in most factories and warehouses.   You can start with a simple skate wheel conveyor for loading trucks and possibly expand to large multi-level pick modules in distribution centers. Hammerhead’s automated warehouse conveyor systems help companies easily move their products, which increases efficiency and decreases costs. Our high-performing conveyor belt systems are designed for your specific fulfillment application and optimize your overall productivity. You can easily integrate these systems into your existing operations. They come with various configurations, so our experts will help you choose the right automated conveyor system for your facility. Learn more about the many features of our warehouse conveyor system below, and contact us today.

  • Used for loading and unloading products, order-picking and transporting
  • Great for picking and packing operations
  • Able to merge conveyor lines together and sort products for stocking or shipping
  • Transport all sizes of boxes, full pallets or raw goods
  • Modular systems are easy to expand with straight sections, curves and accumulation zones
  • Incline conveyors move products to and from mezzanines and are reversible
  • Available in gravity, powered, inclined, telescopic, circular and countless configurations
  • Frees up space for production areas
  • Multiple options for speeds based on need
  • Accessories like diverters, mergers, optional belts, rollers, hoppers, chutes
  • Trash conveyors for takeaway of empty boxes
  • Floor supports of any height as well as the ability to hang from ceilings or mezzanines
  • Bulk conveyors for grains, rocks, silage or even sewage
  • Improves productivity – saves time
  • The conveyor moves the products, rather than manually or with fork trucks
  • Higher speed of throughput
  • Less damage to products
  • Less human error
  • Better ergonomics and less injuries
  • Incline and decline conveyors eliminate the need to carry products up and downstairs

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