This conveyor system relies on manual conveying of the products through a finishing line. The system can be combined with a chain pulling the wagon through parts of the process, either as step or as continuously, creating a semi-automatic function to the manual conveyor system.
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For weights up to 2000 kg we use a c-profile that is mounted through the whole line. For heavier products and parts an I-beam system can come into function.
The system is very often constructed with shunting tracks and rotation devices, hoists and other help for the operators.
This makes it possible to choose different operations depending on the products and independent of the time in the process.
Manual conveyor systems are used for manual transfer of products through a finishing line. If semi-automatic transfer is required, a chain in part of the line can also be applied. ideal-line will advise the optimal choice of equipment for the production in question.
Each wagon consists of a two or more multi-wheeled trolley to which the load bar is attached.
The products are hanged on the load bar. The shunting tracks can be operated manually or automatically by means of pneumatic. The shunting tracks can either be bi-directional or function as turntables. To make the product handling easy it is possible to use lift/lower devices. These can also be used as stagger cranes, if there are different heights in the line.
The manual system is used from the simplest systems to the very advanced and multifunctional lines.