mk North America, Inc. Introduces VersaFlex Conveyors
New versatile and flexible flat top chain conveyor system featuring a modular design
Bloomfield, Conn. –Leading conveyor system designer and manufacturer, mk North America, Inc. has announced the addition of a new conveyor, VersaFlex, to its product line-up. The new flat-top chain conveyor system is intended to meet complex design needs and will replace the SBF-P 2254 conveyor line.
Unexpected failures can come from a variety of sources, including acts-of-nature, operator, and upstream failures
Not only do our conveyor manuals include maintenance schedules, but they also include part lists for the conveyor. Not all conveyors are alike in length, width, speed and load capacity; there are certain spare parts in the manual that indicate that you should contact mk North America for more information.
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In order to reach a sound decision, we recommend that you start by asking yourself five essential questions.
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