Spiral/Helical Accumulators(6 companies)
Buffering system that accumulates and conveys containers or packages by elevating them in a spiral or helical formation above the line, as an example, buffering containers on high-volume bottle filling line. Plan to purchase new conveying, feeding and handling equipment? Explore our articles to get tips.
AmbaFlex’s AccuVeyor accumulation systems are designed for balancing the speed differences in a production line, processing products by time delay or buffering items offline in an intermittent process. In- or offline accumulating products include the AccuVeyor AVh, designed to overcome the disadvantages of traditional spiral accumulators. Products remain untouched on the line and do not even change tracks, remaining on the same portion of conveyor belt, in between infeed and outfeed. The AccuVeyor AVl, based around one flexible conveyor belt, is a fully dynamic accumulator suited for various applications that allows for the absorption and release of items between processes without any interruption. The AccuVeyor AVs Series is designed to save space using either time delay or a medium pressure accumulation approach.
Cavanna Packaging USA
Cavanna Packaging USA’s horizontal and vertical accumulating and buffering systems are used in food processing applications such as cookies, snacks, and chocolate bars. Systems have a large storage capacity for products coming in aligned or randomly. Cavanna’s dynamic buffer features first-in/first-out (FIFO) technology and servo technology. As products enter, they are aligned in a continuous movement before being buffered via four storage coves and discharged via a swinging conveyor belt and pusher. The multi-level horizontal buffer, suitable for snack bars, chocolate bars, biscuits and other products arranged in rows, uses the last-in/first out (LIFO) system, with up to four levels of distributing stations using four buffer conveyors.
Garvey’s patented accumulation tables and accumulation conveyors handle the most unstable products at high rates. Garvey accumulation systems include the Infinity™ accumulation table, which uses a patented technology to accumulate and single file even the most unstable of products at high speeds that are unmatched in the industry. Garvey’s versatile Rotary Tables are designed for unscrambling, accumulating, or usage as a surge table. The innovative Spiral Infinity™ accumulation table combines Garvey’s technology with a Ryson spiral system.
ITW Hartness is a supplier of FIFO pressure-free accumulation solutions, offering a diverse portfolio of single file, mass flow, floor level, and helical variants with a consultative approach. Single file, pressureless accumulation systems include the Dynac 6900 with a circular footprint for high speed lines, the Dynac 6930 accumulation system with the smallest footprint offered by Hartness, and the Dynac 6300 multilane pressureless accumulation system designed for the floor level. Mass flow accumulation tables include the Dynac 7100 in three configurations: U-shaped, in-line flow, and integrated outfeed single filer.
Nercon Conveyor Systems
Nercon’s conveyor accumulation conveyors include the Re-Flow, Rotary, and Flex Flow tables. Designed as a buffer zone, these accumulation conveyors allow the upstream and downstream applications to work independently of each other to maintain efficient production output. When downstream production reaches capacity or needs to be shutdown, the accumulation conveyor maintains production throughput as upstream products recirculate until downstream capacity can accept products.
Tetra Pak Inc.
The Tetra Pak® Accumulator Helix 30 accumulates packages safely between filling machines and downstream equipment, helping plants reduce filling machine stops, raise up-time and avoid eventual damage to packages queuing on the production line. Different models of space-efficient accumulators are optimized to work with different capacities, up to 24,000 p/h. Featured systems include The Helix 30 100 M, for smart and gentle handling of packages.
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