You’re in the market for a dual-lane chain conveyor. And you contact mk North America, who quotes you a KTF-P 2010. Or saw you need a belt conveyor. A member of mk sales team reviews your application with you – looking at width and load in particular – in the end you are quoted a GUF-P 2041. In both scenarios you were quoted the best conveyor for your application. But you’re left wondering what exactly does “KTF-P 2010” or “GUF-P 2041” actually stand for? Continue reading to learn exactly that.
Is it the ability to select a specific length or width or both? Is it being able to have a belt that can withstand extreme temperatures? Is it a conveyor that can justify the product, carry it over a gap, and aide in visual inspection? Yes! Yes! and Yes!
Custom conveyors are all these things and so much more. Continue reading to learn all about custom conveyor solutions.
In a previous post, we explored various product characteristics and how they affect conveyor selection type. One of the specific questions asked was “Does the product have a leading edge that should be maintained during conveying?” In this post we’re going to dive deeper into that question and unpack what the leading edge is and how to maintain it.