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Guide to comparing lift equipment

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  • 1. Guide toComparing Lift Equipment By Nercon Eng. & Mfg., Inc. 12/5/2011 1
  • 2. Lift Comparison ChartLIFT PRODUCT PRODUCT SPEEDS SKU FLOOR WEIGHT RATES FLEXIBILITY SPACEGripper Glass, PET or Few ounces 250 FPM Single Point Hand 2’ 4” x 9’ bottles, cans, up to 10 lbs. Wheel Adjustment averageElevator cartons, pouchesAlpine Glass, PET, Few ounces 200 FPM Multi-Point Rail Depends on bottles, cans, up to 10 lbs. Adjustment theConveyor cartons applicationSpiral Plastic trays, tins, Few ounces 250 FPM Multi-Point Rail 4’ x 6’ non-packaged up to 10 lbs. Adjustment averageConveyor itemsCase Cases, Trays, Up to 40 lbs. 18 CPM * Various Sizes Fit 4’ x 4’ Bundles, Packs Platform** averageElevatorFlex Lift Cartons, Up to 40 lbs. 30 CPM * Various Sizes Fit 5’ x 5’ Wrapped Trays average Platform ** averageLive Drum Glass, PET, Up to 20 lbs. 275 FPM Various Sizes Fit 8’ x 8’ bottles, cans, per square Chain** averageSpiral pouches, foot bundles, cases * Multiple units possible per flight ** Can run co-mingled products 2
  • 3. Gripper Elevator • Lifts or lowers • Neoprene grips • Gentle unit handling Z – Flow ConfigurationLifts 12/5/2011 3
  • 4. Gripper ElevatorLIFT PRODUCT PRODUCT SPEEDS SKU FLOOR WEIGHT RATES FLEXIBILITY SPACEGripper Glass, PET or Few ounces 250 FPM Single Point Hand 2’ 4” x 9’ bottles, cans, up to 10 lbs. Wheel Adjustment averageElevator cartons, pouches C – Flow Hump-back Configuration configuration for cap sterilization• Speeds 150 feet per minute for conventional design• Faster speeds with optional turning disc Lifts 12/5/2011 4
  • 5. Alpine Conveyor • Handles unstable products with gentle elevation change • Can be designed to present slugs for downstream operations • Can be used for accumulationLifts 12/5/2011 5
  • 6. Alpine ConveyorLIFT PRODUCT PRODUCT SPEEDS SKU FLOOR WEIGHT RATES FLEXIBILITY SPACEAlpine Glass, PET, Few ounces 200 FPM Multi-Point Rail Depends on bottles, cans, up to 10 lbs. Adjustment theConveyor cartons application • Alpine Conveyors are engineered according to the application, like this Lifts system showing sanitary covers 12/5/2011 6
  • 7. Spiral Conveyor • Can be engineered to a variety of chain widths • Can accommodate multiple chains • Lifts or lowers • Conveyor incline is designed according to the application.Lifts 12/5/2011 7
  • 8. Spiral ConveyorLIFT PRODUCT PRODUCT SPEEDS SKU FLOOR WEIGHT RATES FLEXIBILITY SPACESpiral Plastic trays, tins, Few ounces 250 FPM Multi-Point Rail 4’ x 6’ non-packaged up to 10 lbs. Adjustment averageConveyor items • Bead blasted, stainless steel construction with continuous welds. • Crumb pans, clean-out holes Lifts 12/5/2011 8
  • 9. Case Elevator • Lifts or lowers • Carries cartons or cases • Two parallel, flighted chains, driven by a brake motor carries the products.Lifts 12/5/2011 9
  • 10. Case ElevatorLIFT PRODUCT PRODUCT SPEEDS SKU FLOOR WEIGHT RATES FLEXIBILITY SPACECase Cases, Trays, Up to 40 lbs. 18 CPM * Various Sizes Fit 4’ x 4’ Bundles, Packs Platform** averageElevator • Available in a C – Flow or Z – Flow configuration Lifts 12/5/2011 10
  • 11. Flex Lift Vertical Conveyor • Lifts or lowers • Small footprint • Z-Flow configurationLifts 12/5/2011 11
  • 12. Flex Lift Vertical ConveyorLIFT PRODUCT PRODUCT SPEEDS SKU FLOOR WEIGHT RATES FLEXIBILITY SPACEFlex Lift Cartons, Up to 40 lbs. 30 CPM * Various Sizes Fit 5’ x 5’ Wrapped Trays average Platform ** average • The geometric block design of the Flex Lift provides a rigid product platform the conveying mode and a collapsible platform in the return path. Lifts 12/5/2011 12
  • 13. Live Drum Spiral Conveyor • Uses wide plastic belts that are assisted by a cylindrical drum. • Allows for various product types and sizes. • Greatest capacity among elevation solutions in this comparison.Lifts 12/5/2011 13
  • 14. Live Drum Spiral ConveyorLIFT PRODUCT PRODUCT SPEEDS SKU FLOOR WEIGHT RATES FLEXIBILITY SPACELive Drum Glass, PET, Up to 20 lbs. 275 FPM Various Sizes Fit 8’ x 8’ bottles, cans, per square Chain** averageSpiral pouches, foot bundles, cases • Can run co-mingled products. • Can be designed for various chain sizes. Lifts 12/5/2011 14
  • 15. For more information, visit www.nercon.com Click on Packaging Equipment!Lifts 12/5/2011 15