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Stainless Steel Conveyors

Curve Conveyors for Nearly Every Industry

Curve Belt Conveyor

mk North America offers a wide range of curve conveyors for nearly every application in almost every industry. These conveyors range from simple stand-alone curves to long expansive systems that change elevation. In this blog post we will explore what makes the various types of curve conveyors unique and how to best select a curve conveyor for your application.

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What Are Engineered Solutions for Conveyors?

What are “engineered solutions”? And how do they apply to conveyors? Just as it sounds it is a conveyor specifically engineered to solve a problem.

But aren’t all conveyors engineered? Yes and no. Continue reading to learn more.

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A Word from Sales: Critical Spare Parts

By Gene Shaw, Sales and Business Development Manager, North America

What are Critical Spare Parts?

I call them "Down Time Insurance Components".

Let's keep this simple, all production or manufacturing plants are different so when your equipment is not running, no one can predict the financial loss any better than you can.

All I can say is whether you are gold mining or making yogurt, when the production comes to a halt you are losing money for every second, minute, hour, or day you are not running.

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A Simple Guide to Conveyor Drive Types

The drive is the part of the conveyor which powers the conveyor. It can refer to the motor or the assembly which mounts the motor to the conveyor (also known as the drive assembly). In this post we will be looking at the motor mount, or drive assembly.

An end drive conveyor (left) and center drive conveyor (right). Both feature indirect drives and both units are 250 mm wide by 750 mm long.
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What Makes a Conveyor Suitable for Food Handling?

What makes a conveyor suitable for food handling?

This seems like a simple enough question to answer. One might say that it is built using a stainless steel frame. But then again, it is entirely possible to build a conveyor out of stainless steel that is not suitable for use in the food industry. So that’s not the answer.

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