Ryson says: Let's get small
New compact spiral conveyor expands line of Ryson spirals easily handles small loads.
August 21, 2013
by Canadian Packaging Staff
The new and super compact Narrow Trak Spiral from Ryson International Inc. comes with a new 5-inch wide slat specifically designed to handle small loads.
Thanks to the new slat, the Narrow Trak Spiral has the capability to end-transfer small cartons and packages, or side-transfer small bottles and containers in a single file or in mass.
This new NT 1000-200 model (pictured) uses a modular design concept that makes it easy to custom configure the spirals and meet user-specific requirements. As well, it offers a significantly larger elevation change capacity than what is currently available in the small package marketplace today.
The proprietary low friction chain slat arrangement assures high capacity, high speed, low energy consumption, low maintenance and long life. This compact unit has an outside diameter of only 45-inches and will be a great space saver in addition to enabling high throughput.
According to Ryson, its new Narrow Trak Spirals have the capacity to replace gripper conveyors because these spirals do not need to be adjusted for varying product sizes and require much less maintenance.
The NT 1000-200 model will be especially beneficial for the pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, personal care and food products companies.
Ryson, headquartered in Yorktown, Virginia, will unveil the new Narrow Trak Spiral at Pack Expo in Las Vegas, September 23 – 25, 2013, booth # 5607.
For more information, visit www.ryson.com.