The chain conveyor is an assembly of elements working in the transfer or transport of pallets or containers in a transverse or longitudinal direction towards the positions required by logistical operations. The movement is due to the load being dragged by chains, up to a maximum weight of 2,000 kg.
The conveyor is built of 2 to 8 steel sections (according to pallet or container) with pinions with bearings at their ends and the chain carries the transmission which is linked to the motor group.
The motor group is a structure fixed to the chain profiles, with rack and pinion drive and a motor shaft which transmits power to all the branches; all this with a reducer motor group.
The support system for the chain sections is in the form of struts between the profiles and adjustable legs, which are steel sections with plates for screw fixing and also have adjustments for levelling the conveyor.
These conveyors are suitable for pallets of 800 x 1200 mm, 1000 x 1200 mm or 2 of 800 x 600 mm. The modular construction allows for lengths from 1000 to 6000 mm and transport heights from 450 to 1550 mm.
The supports for the stop sensor are on the table, located strategically for good adjustment and concealed so that they do not interfere with the load.
|Maximum admissible load weight||2,000 kg|
|Chain profiles||2 to 3 sections for 1,000 and 1,500 Kg|
4 profiles for transport of 2 x half pallets.
2 to 8 profiles for special containers.
|Transport base (mm)||Euro Pallet (800 or 1,000 x 1,200)|
2 x Half-Pallet (800 x 600)
|Lengths||1,000 to 6,000 mm|
|Transport heights||450 / 1,550 mm|
|Fixed/variable transport speeds||8 / 0-25 m/min|
|Motor power||0.37 / 1.8 kW|
|Height adjustment||± 50 mm|
|Operation||Gear motor group without brake|
|Working temperature||From -30 ̊C to +40 ̊|
|Humidity||70 à 85%|
|Chain sections||Square steel tubing|
The design, manufacture and assembly of the products are carried out according to European directives (2006/42/EC Directive on Machinery, 73/23/EEC and standard UNE-EN 619 Continuous handling equipment and systems).