Drag Chain Photo Eye Accumulating Conveyor
Applications / Features:
- Handles Pallets the Hard Way
- Quiet Operation
- Low profile – 12″ Elevation Optional
- Photo Eye Controlled
Frame – 9″ x 7 gauge powder painted formed steel channel frames. Sections are bolted together with splice plates and floor supports.
Chain – (2) 60F single pitch conveyor chains, straight side bar, on 36″ centers.
Chain Guide – Keystock.
Floor Supports – 24″ to top of chain. One support supplied at each end of conveyor and at each bed joint.
Motor – 1 HP 230/460-3-60 TE motor, C-Face. Motor and speed reducer are located underneath conveyor frame.
Speed Reducer – Heavy duty worm gear for C-Face mounted motor.
Sprockets – Hardened sprockets with 1-15/16″ diameter CRS drive shaft.
Bearings – Sealed, pre-lubricated with cast iron housing.
Accumulation Zones – Standard zones are 60″ long with a maximum of 20 zones per single drive. Each zone is driven by an air clutch and controlled by a photo eye.
Power Supply – 120VAC power supply controls accumulation feature with 24VDC output. Power supply will control 50 accumulation zones.
Sensing Device – NEMA 1 photo electric sensor in each zone. Detects product presence and activates accumulation feature if downstream zone is occupied.
Speed – 30 FPM constant speed.
Capacity – 10,000 lbs. maximum distributed live load at 30 FPM. Maximum motor size is 3 HP. Not to exceed Load Capacity Chart (see catalog page).
(For Optional Equipment, Weight Specifications, and Engineering Line Drawings, please see catalog pages, above).
(Optional colors available at extra cost)
Elevation – 12” minimum (with adjustment to 13”) to top of chain, made available by modification. Contact factory.
Accumulation Zones – 48″, 54″, and 72″ long. Frame lengths change with zone lengths. For other zone lengths, contact factory.
Motors – Single phase, energy efficient.
Chain Centers – Other chain centers and multiple chains available, 18″ minimum chain centers. Contact factory.
Speeds – For speeds greater than 30 FPM, contact factory.
Electrical Controls – Magnetic starters and push button stations; manual motor starters with overload protection, others.