Dynamic Conveyor Introduces Modular, Powered Roller Conveyor

Unit is end-of-line manufacturing solution

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DynaRoller modular, zone-powered roller conveyor systemImage courtesy of Dynamic Conveyor Corp.

Dynamic Conveyor introduces the DynaRoller modular, zone-powered roller conveyor system with a simplistic mechanical and controls design.

“There is not a motorized driven roller conveyor system quite like this one,” said Paul Kuharevicz, project engineer, Dynamic Conveyor. “The OTU (omnidirectional transfer unit) allows for complex sortation and diverting capabilities to maximize throughput. Additionally, the integrated safety controls make this one of the safest conveyor systems on the market today.”

DynaRoller is a motor-driven roller (MDR), zone-powered conveyor system offering zero pressure accumulation functionality. Its patented design includes capturing all motor and drive components within an enclosed side channel. Integration with its patented, omnidirectional transfer units allows for right angle transfers and diverting to meet the most demanding sortation needs.

DynaRoller is an end-of-line solution that compliments Dynamic Conveyor’s other conveyor systems – DynaCon, DynaClean, Box Filling, and Hybrid – or works as a solution in new applications where there is a need for a more advanced conveyance system. This includes applications such as packaging, sortation, fulfillment, end-of-line manufacturing, robotics integration, and other light- to medium-duty unit handling applications.

“We are excited to be able to answer the needs of the industry and provide an innovative and truly modular end-of-line solution,” said company president, Jordan Musselman. “This new conveyor solution has been well received by our customers and the market.”

Dynamic Conveyor Corp., Norton Shores, MI 231-798-1483 www.dynamicconveyor.com

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