Collecting conveyors are designed for the vertical transport of containers in both directions. On the input side collecting conveyors takes glasses from the feeding conveyor. The lamellar belts with finger carriers move along two C-shaped tracks or S. The bottles are gripped by thermoplastic finger carriers that form part of the lamellar belt. As they travel, the gripper fingers are deformed, thus creating tension on the glass. Thanks to this, the glass is held in the gripper fingers along its track, and moved by the conveyor. A collecting conveyor allows for cleaning using pressurized air or water. Subsequently, the glasses are removed by a clearing lamellar conveyor.
Collecting conveyor consists of a massive welded frame on which there are two tracks with lamellar belts. The distance between tracks can be continuously adjusted, depending on the dimension of the transported glass. The distance between individual tracks can be set on a scale in millimetres, B = 0 to 200 mm. The pressure of the gripper fingers can be set with high precision, i.e., it is also possible to transport metal containers.
The collecting conveyor is driven by two gearboxes with electric motors, controlled by a single frequency changer. This ensures smooth regulation and the same speed of the belts for both tracks. The machine is set up on adjustable articulated feet.
The device is made of stainless steel structure (quality according to DIN 1.4301), including the connecting material of quality A2 and plastic components. All materials used have been certified for direct contact with food.
Belt speed - regulated by frequency changer, 25 - 50 Hz.
For 25 Hz
For 25 Hz
Total width, including control panel
Adjustable size of the tracks between carriers