Momentum Conveyors works with businesses from every sector in Newmarket and across the Greater Toronto Area and surrounding regions. Our custom manufactured conveyors are built, installed and modified to meet the unique needs of each and every customer. This ensures optimal productivity and less downtime.
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Ball Transfers are often used when your load needs to be rotated or repositioned to another area, such as a work station. They are also used when two or more conveyor lines converge, and loads must be moved from one line to the other. In particular, Ball Transfer Tables come in handy when items need to be moved manually. This allows for an economical and ergonomic solution to even the most complex applications. It's important to keep in mind that items moved using Ball Transfers have a smooth bottom and firm surface.
When you require a directional change in your conveyor line, you may want to consider installing a Turntable Conveyor. This element is attached to your line and is able to rotate your load to your desired position. Turntable Conveyors are excellent when working in confined areas. They can be powered manually or automatically, and can be installed to rotate to a specific angle depending on your application.
Telescopic Conveyors, also known as Extendable Conveyors, are well suited for high-volume, fast output applications. These conveyors offer great reach into trailers, as well as some of the best ergonomic benefits and safety controls in the industry. Telescopic Conveyors are able to expand, contract or flex to suit your space and your conveying needs. These types of conveyors can be used by themselves or with other types of conveyors, which makes them perfect for distribution, retail, manufacturing or assembly lines.
Wheel Rail Conveyors are a popular choice due to their high-performance output and durability. They are also a cost-effective way to convey products through pallet flow racks or other gravity applications. Wheel Rail Conveyors are most often used when pallets need to be moved from one area to another, without the use of a fork lift truck. This frees your production and distribution from the need to hire an operator, while also reducing the costs associated with truck maintenance. It also reduces potential damage caused by fork lift accidents.
Also known as Hinge Gates, Lift-Gate Conveyors allow for easy access to specific areas of your conveyor system, as opposed to having to walk around the entire line. It may also be lifted to allow for the movement of materials or inspection by staff from one side of the conveyor to the opposite side. Lift-Gate Conveyors can be operated manually, or in conjunction with assist mechanisms such as springs, or hydraulic or gas cylinders. Momentum Conveyors can easily manufacture a Lift-Gate system to meet your space and height requirements.