Dorner Mfg. Corp.: New 5200 Series QWIK Conveyor Eliminates Belt Pinch Points for Greater Worker Safety  

Research Title: Dorner Mfg. Corp.: New 5200 Series QWIK Conveyor Eliminates Belt Pinch Points for Greater Worker Safety

Research Category: Bulk Material Handling

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Researchers: Dorner Mfg. Corp.
Location: Hartland, United States

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Dorner Mfg. Corp.: New 5200 Series QWIK Conveyor Eliminates Belt Pinch Points for Greater Worker Safety

— There are enough hidden dangers out on the plant floor to worry about — your conveyor system shouldn’t be one of them. The new 5200 Series QWIK Conveyor system from Dorner Manufacturing comes with a completely contained belt. This innovative design feature greatly improves worker safety by eliminating catenary sag and reducing pinch points of the belt as it moves around the pulley and along the frame. The specially designed UHMW plastic hold-down strips contain the belt by wrapping around the ends of the conveyor, reducing the chances of getting a finger caught during operation. 5200 Series QWIK Conveyor Dorner’s 5200 Series QWIK Conveyor, allows end users to modify the length, or even add or remove a curve, to adjust to changing applications. These unique design features give end-users with pharmaceutical, industrial, automation or packaging applications the ultimate in flexibility by being able to quickly and easily modify their conveyor systems when the application changes. The new 5200 Series QWIK Conveyor is a proven time and money saver. Production lines change all the time, and the 5200 Series is designed to change right along with them. Instead of designing your own conveyor, or waiting weeks for a conveyor to arrive to accommodate a new line in the plant, the 5200 Series QWIK Conveyor can be shortened or extended simply, by one person in as little as 10 minutes. Reconfiguring the conveyor is a breeze. To shorten or lengthen the conveyor, remove the plastic chain belt and simply cut the conveyor with a saw to the desired length. Remove the appropriate amount of belt links to fit the new length and tighten the screws with an Allen wrench. To add length, remove the tail and insert a new section of pre-ordered frame and tighten with an Allen wrench. End users can also change a curve that used to go left, and make it go right without having to purchase any additional components. It’s really that easy. In no time, your line is back up and running. The 5200 Series QWIK Conveyor comes in straights, curves and cleats, and works great in a variety of industrial, automation and packaging applications.

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