Powered Roller SystemsLive roller conveyors power either some or all of the rollers to propel the load down the line. Roller conveyors shine where the load is solid and stable. Box widths should be 2" less than the roller width. You should always have at least three rollers under each carton in a roller system.
Light Duty Live Roller Conveyor
Model 138-NSP is a light-duty live roller conveyor using 1-3/8" rollers that allow for up to 10 pounds of capacity per roller. Straight and curve sections are available in overall widths of 18" and 24".
Medium Duty Live Roller Conveyor
Model 190-NSP is a medium-duty live roller conveyor using 1.9" rollers that allow for up to 15 pounds of capacity per roller. Straight and curve sections are available in overall widths of 18", 24" and 30". Download PDF Spec Sheet
Medium Duty Power Roller Conveyor
Model 190-LR is a medium-duty power roller conveyor with a center drive (reversible). Belt driven 1.9" rollers are spaced every 3". Straight and curve sections are available in overall widths of 18" and 24".
Spur Conveyor Sections
Straight & Curve Types. Live roller spur conveyors are used in diverging or converging applications. They may be self-powered or can be slave driven from ACC or LRC conveyors. Download PDF Spec Sheet
Power Roller Conveyor E24
E24™ is a brushless, gearless, low RPM, high torque motor that drives conveyor rollers reliably and efficiently. The external motor provides exceptional flexibility, superb heat dissipation, and a robustness that cannot be achieved with motors embedded in conveyor rollers. This is an exceptionally quiet, long-lasting, high-performance conveyor.
Chain Driven Live Roller Conveyor
The Model 199-CRR is a medium duty chain driven roller conveyor used for conveying in a variety of industries. It produces a positive drive that aids in many manufacturing processes. Download PDF Spec Sheet
Heavy Duty Chain Driven
Heavy Duty Conveyor for pallet, drum, and heavy component handling. Chain-driven conveyor is suitable for distribution, manufacturing, and other heavy conveying applications. Every roller is driven by individual chains, one extending to the previous roller, and another extending to the next roller in line. Download PDF Spec Sheet