Conveyors are devices used to transport materials or goods from one location to another within a manufacturing or distribution facility. They can be used for a wide range of applications, including transportation of bulk materials, packaging and sorting of products, and assembly and production processes.

Conveyors come in a variety of types, sizes, and configurations, and can be powered by different types of energy sources such as electricity, hydraulic, or pneumatic power. Some of the most common types of conveyors are:

Belt Conveyors

These are the most common type of conveyor, consisting of a continuous belt made of rubber, fabric, or metal. Belt conveyors are used to transport a wide range of materials, including bulk materials, packages, and parts.

Roller Conveyors

These conveyors use rollers to transport materials. Roller conveyors can be powered or gravity-driven and are commonly used for handling pallets, crates, and other heavy items.

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Screw Conveyors

These conveyors consist of a rotating helical screw blade that moves materials through a tube or trough. Screw conveyors are used for transporting bulk materials such as grains, powders, and chemicals.

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