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Power conveyor systems use motorized power to automate the transportation of goods. Power conveyor includes belt conveyor (belt over roller and slider bed belt conveyor), live roller conveyor and chain conveyor.

Features of power conveyors include: elevation changes, longer runs, higher volume and heavier weight and are used for: product assembly, sorting, packing stations, order fulfillment, transfer of product from one point to another

Warehouse1 offers the following types of power conveyor systems:

  • Belt over roller: features rollers underneath the conveyor belt to allow for higher capacities and reduced friction
  • Slider bed conveyor: uses two pulleys on each end to move a belt that slides along a flat steel bed
  • Chain driven conveyor: transports heavy palletized loads with a durable chain and metal sprocket system
  • Live roller conveyor: utilizes metal rollers powered by belts or o-rings to carry a load
  • Incline conveyor: moves material between different elevations, such as ground level to a mezzanine level
  • Pallet conveyor: automates the distribution of palletized loads by transporting, accumulating, and staging


Q. What types of power conveyor do you offer?
A. We offer many types of new power conveyor, some of which include accumulation, belt over roller, chain driven, live roller, slider bed. We often have these styles of conveyor available in used material as well.

Q. What widths do the power conveyor come in?
A. The most popular widths that we sell are 18” and 24” by far. Some customers elect to go with 30” up to 48” widths depending on their product and applications.

Q. Is power conveyor 110 or 220 electricity?
A. Most power conveyor is sold with a 220 powered motor. For shorter runs, some clients elect to go with a 110 motor to avoid extra cost on an electrician to wire the facility. If you are buying used conveyor that has a 220 motor installed already, a 220 to 110 control converter box may be an option to save on facility electrician’s fees.


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