Mezzanine Floor Incline Conveyors

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Mezzanine Floor Incline Conveyors are used for moving products between floors within a building. Traditionally these where used for ‘mezzanine’ areas: floors that do not extend the full length/width of the factory but instead form a ‘balcony’ area.

Mezzanine Floor Incline Conveyors are used for moving products between floors within a building.

Mezzanine Floor Incline Conveyors are – in essence – an extreme example of a Swan Neck Conveyor, and is used for moving products between floors within a building. Traditionally these where used for ‘mezzanine’ areas: floors that do not extend the full length/width of the factory but instead form a ‘balcony’ area. In practice, however, these systems can convey goods between genuine floors, or even multiple floors.

Mezzanine Floor Incline Conveyors are a very popular alternative to a goods lift, in that they are simpler to operate, usually cheaper, and can operate continously rather than in batches. A Mezzanine Conveyor typically have a far higher throughput than an elevator, and require less human intervention. This allows for faster transport of goods or equipment between floors.

The conveyor shown on the far left was an unusual one in that the customer wanted it built onto an existing staircase. More commonly, however, such conveyors are “self-supported”.

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